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.
Three ways to a sustainable economy
Intrum’s first-ever combined Annual and Sustainability Report has set out a roadmap for leading the way towards a sound, sustainable economy.
The International Day of Families 2019: One in four European families under financial strain
The International Day of Families, which takes place on May 15 each year, spread awareness of the social, economic and demographic changes that are affecting families worldwide. Although the family as a unit may have changed in the past quarter of a century, one thing remains a key issue: personal finances.
Seamless and simple stands out as winner in Intrumhack
The second annual Intrum hackathon for financial well-being was organized together with Banco Sabadell and Mulesoft to work with teams and find innovative solutions that help consumers achieve their financial goals.
Intrum presents Annual and Sustainability Report for 2018
Today, Intrum Group publishes the Annual and Sustainability Report for 2018.
Spendido: A clever way to tackle debt among young people
Intrum’s digital interactive lesson Spendido aims to educate high school students about personal finances and the dangers of debt.
Age matters for Nordic consumers’ credit default patterns
A new report from Intrum shows that the number of debt collection cases among seniors over 60 years old have increased with 25 per cent over the last two years. At the same time, cases registered on persons under 30 years are increasing at a slower rate.