Climate change – taking responsibility at business level
The climate issue is one of the greatest challenges of our time and it is high on Intrum’s agenda. In order to get a more comprehensive view of our climate footprint, during the year, we have expanded our reporting to include additional categories of emissions. In doing so, we are able to take further responsibility and address the climate footprint we bring through our operations, directly and indirectly.
Preparing the next generation
It’s not easy raising children, so on the United Nations Global Day of Parents, we’re taking this opportunity to celebrate the hard work so many parents are putting in to get their children ready to flourish financially.
Late payment pain – helping your customers become debt free
Millions of people became debt free with Intrum in 2022, freeing them and their creditors from the pain of financial difficulty.
A word from the CEO: Europe’s €275bn problem
Intrum's President and CEO, Andrés Rubio, shares his reflections on the results from our latest publication - the European Payment Report 2023.
Launch of the European Payment Report 2023
The European Payment Report 2023 describes the impact late payment has on the development and growth of European enterprises. With insights from more than 10,000 executives, we explore how businesses are coping with economic disruption and how they are managing the liquidity crunch.
International business with a local approach
When we talk to people in debt on behalf of our clients, we want them to feel comfortable and understood. This year we’ve raised the number of languages spoken in our call centres even further.
Doing it for the kids – financial education in difficult times
As parents, we want the best for our children and setting them up with strong financial skills is important. But, are we also passing on bad habits and unfounded beliefs?
The retail tightrope: coping with changing customer needs
Europe’s retailers are under pressure. Rising inflation has increased their operating costs while creating a cost-of-living crisis that is constraining their customers’ spending power. How can retail businesses weather the storm?
The Impact of Inflation on Real Wages in the European Labour Market
For the first time in decades, most Europeans became poorer in relative terms. As inflation outpaced wage increases, real wages fell in 2022. Coupled with considerable interest rate increases and inflation indexation of rents, the effect has deteriorated the purchasing power of European consumers.