Economic outlook for 2022 – preparing your business
Anna Zabrodzka, Senior Economist at Intrum, shares her reflections on the latest movements in the European economies.
A word from the CEO: Hope takes hold
Intrum's President and CEO Anders Engdahl shares his reflections of the results from our newly launched European Consumer Payment Report 2021.
Today we launch the European Consumer Payment Report 2021
The European Payment Report 2021 outline how the pandemic has impacted 24,000 consumers ability to manage their personal finances. This year's findings paint a mixed picture of the European economy.
Black Friday is upon us, but European consumers’ interest in sustainability motivates them to limit their spending
Intrum’s European Consumer Payment 2021 shows that consumers are taking sustainability aspects into account when shopping. The majority of respondents say that they try to limit their spending and to a greater extent fix or recycle items instead of buying new, in order to reduce waste and live more simply.
Intrum declares its support for the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)
Intrum has declared its support for the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), joining more than 2,500 organisations globally in building a more resilient financial system where climate-related risks and opportunities are identified. But how will that help to address climate change? We asked our Sustainability Director, Vanessa Söderberg to explain more.
“My task is to arrive at a nuanced, objective view of the company”
Ramil Koria, Equity Research Analyst at SEB, who focuses on companies in the financial sector, among others, sees sustainability as the area having increased most in importance in recent years. Pro-actively increasing transparency around complex key issues helps analysts reach objective and fair assessments.
World Savings Day – after the storm?
World Savings Day highlights the stabilising effect of savings on our economy and encourages people to prioritise their finances, but in the wake of the pandemic, how easy is this for consumers?
Money and mental health – after the pandemic
World Mental Health Day 2021 is focusing on the efforts made to combat the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The World Health Organization says there is cause for optimism as countries across the world innovate. At Intrum we know that money and mental health are intricately connected.