Cost of living crisis – caring for your customers
The cost of living crisis continues and adds pressure on consumers who are already struggling with financial difficulties. At Intrum, we are ideally placed to help people in debt find sustainable solutions.
Education begins at home – how Intrum helps consumers, clients and employees
At Intrum we believe education is important for financial stability and independence for consumers, but we also strive to provide resources for our clients and employees to extend their knowledge. This UNESCO International Day of Education, we’re highlighting some of the initiatives we have put in place so far…
Financial education boosts wellbeing
On January 24, UNESCO’s fifth International Day of Education is celebrated, with the theme ‘to invest in people, prioritise education’. Against the backdrop of global recession, growing inequalities and the climate crisis, improving education is more important than ever. At Intrum, we see how education enables consumers to understand and take control of their finances – boosting both economic circumstances and wellbeing.
Financial New Year’s resolutions
As the new year kicks off, it’s the perfect time to make those changes you’ve been avoiding. As well as joining the gym, eating salads and calling your family more often, how about making some financial resolutions?
Intrum welcomes applications for the Next Generation Program 2023
Our graduate program offers a stimulating and fulfilling opportunity for trainees to spend twelve months in a dynamic global business environment.
Young, free and… in debt?
Younger consumers are displaying behaviours that suggest they are less financially savvy than their parents. Having grown up in a low interest rate and low inflation environment, they may be unprepared for the challenges of operating in more challenging economic conditions.
Economy in Focus – Generation X worst off
Today we launch Intrum’s second edition of the Economy in Focus report – a bi-monthly look into macroeconomic trends featuring Senior Economist, Anna Zabrodzka-Averianov.
Ready to retire or coming up short?
With living costs rising, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for many of us to keep on top of our finances. So, saving for retirement has taken a backseat, as the tightening of the purse strings means less money to plan for the future.
Festive finances: don’t start 2023 with a debt hangover
With Christmas right around the corner, many of us are already shopping for gifts and stocking up on food for the festive season. It’s easy to get carried away in the tinsel and mistletoe, but if you spend more than you can afford you could start 2023 with a debt hangover.