About Us

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We are a catalyst for a sound economy

By delivering Credit Management services and solutions that tangibly improve the financial performance of the business operations of each of our clients, we intend to sustain Intrum Justitia's position as Europe’s leading credit management services (CMS) provider.

Today, we service more than 75,000 clients worldwide with local and cross-border credit management support. We are committed to improving our customer's cash flow and profitability in everything we do - from credit information, sales ledger services, reminders, collection of outstanding receivables and purchased debt.

We are a catalyst for a sound economy. We are here to facilitate business and help create sound economies by making trade smooth, safe and fair. 

Our business mission & strategy



Lars Wollung, CEO & President

The Group Management Team (GMT) consists of the CEO and President of the parent company, CFO, Regional Managing Directors, Vice President and ...

Meet our management


Our thoughts about CSR

Corporate social responsibility

We understand that it pays to have a long-term perspective and to assume our social respons-ibility. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is not an empty phrase – we really believe in it.

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Where to find us

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We are present in 20 different European countries and together with our network we have a worldwide coverage across 180 countries. Here you can find out where our offices are located.

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Investor Relations

Intrum Justitia's shares have been listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm since June 2002. Founded in 1923, we have some 3,600 employees in 20 countries. Consolidated revenues amounted to about SEK 4.6 billion in 2013.

In the Investor Relations section you will find detailed information about our Share, corporate governance documents, analysis tools, insiders list or find our latest presentations and reports.

Investor Relations


European Payment Index

Since 1998 we have conducted an annual survey tracking trends in payment behavior in Europe.

The results are used to gain a better understanding of how European companies view payment behavior in their country and how an entire nation’s economy is negatively affected by late payments.

More about European payment behaviours