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.
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.
Financial education pays off
Consumers with good financial education are better able to withstand the economic downturn and are more optimistic about the future, according to Intrum’s latest research.
‘Bill anxiety’ hits as consumers struggle to pay
Intrum’s annual European Consumer Payment Report finds consumers pessimistic about the economic situation and worried about their ability to cope with rising costs.
Black Friday – temptation comes knocking
With Black Friday now extended from one day of discounting to weeks of tempting retail offers and advertising build-up, are you struggling to resist the lure of a bargain? If so, you aren’t alone.
Sustainability: a casualty of economic distress?
With consumers fighting to keep their heads above water this winter, evidence suggests sustainability efforts may be hampered by the need to cut costs.
Taking customer satisfaction to the next level
In the past year, Intrum has rolled out a harmonised customer satisfaction survey which is designed to foster a system of continuous improvement across all markets. Anel Mujkanovic, Head of People Development and Quality Performance, explains how the surveys are driving up quality in the business.