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European Payment Report 2019
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Intrum presents Annual and Sustainability Report for 2018
We are Intrum. We lead the way.
We lead the way to prosperous business. Our credit management services give advantages to companies of all sizes. Strong cash flow contributes to continuous growth.
By taking good care of our clients and their customers we contribute to sustained healthy relationships.
Every year we support 80.000 companies. And every day we are in contact with 250.000 people in debt.
With this great influence, comes great responsibilities and opportunities. We are in a unique position to make a difference. Step by step, we make things better for our clients, for their customers, for our industry and for society.
We lead the way to a sound economy.
More Nordic seniors is struggling with debt
More senior citizens are struggling with debt in the Nordic region and the growth is twice as large compared to other age groups. “Underlying long-term demographic trends and new consumption patterns can be two explaining factors,” says Anette Willumsen, Managing Director – North European Region.
Enjoying a summer break without breaking the bank
The summer holidays are coming, but travelling to faraway shores can be expensive, and for some people a vacation is a source of further stress. Our report show many Europeans taking loans to pay for their holidays.
UN International SMEs day: Report finds SMEs still being pressured to accept longer payment periods
Six out of ten SMEs around Europe experience pressure to accept longer payment terms. One in four say the pressure is coming from large, multinational corporations. Sound payment terms should be the norm, says Mikael Ericson, CEO and President of Intrum.