Businesses are taking steps to protect themselves from a historic recession
No business could have predicted the disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. It has shaken European economies and brought business operations to a halt in many sectors, leaving firms scrambling to salvage their cash flow.
A year of changes
CEO & President Mikael Ericson shares his reflections on the results of our newly launched European Payment Report 2020.
Today we launch the European Payment Report 2020
Intrum is today publishing the 22nd annual edition of the European Payment Report, outlining the impact of late payments on business growth and financial health among 10,000 businesses across 29 countries in Europe.
Increased financial stress among millennials and parents
The financial aftershocks of the coronavirus outbreak are being felt throughout Europe. Results from Intrum’s Covid-19 white paper shows millennials and households with children are among the most vulnerable to the new economic reality, though there are hopeful signs amidst the gloom.
How Covid-19 is affecting the European payments landscape
Europe’s lockdowns have put businesses under pressure. A slowing economic growth reduces demand, supply chains are disrupted and the pandemic has placed an even greater pressure on European businesses to safeguard their liquidity.
”Our strength lies in being the largest player”
Viktor Lindeberg, Head of Investor Relations, is convinced that communication with the capital markets can be further strengthened. Improved and clearer information to generate a better understanding of the business is a project that has already been launched and that will continue in 2020.
Podcast: Mikael Ericson on financial wellbeing, importance of education and impact of covid-19
In this podcast episode, our CEO and President Mikael Ericson shares his reflections on how the covid-19 has impacted consumers, businesses and society.
How Covid-19 is affecting consumer finances
Intrum is today publishing a whitepaper that outlines the financial impact of Covid-19 on private households across 24 European countries.
CEO & President Mikael Ericson shares his reflections when opening the AGM 2020
Our CEO & President Mikael Ericson opened the Annual General Meeting 6th of May in our head office premises in Stockholm. The presentation was held in Swedish by our CEO & President Mikael Ericson and the recordings below are with English subtitles.