1 in 5 European companies report concern over credit losses
When customers are struggling to pay their bills, businesses suffer too.
The true cost of Christmas
One in five Europeans “spend more than they can afford” on Christmas presents
Which European country has the highest level of Financial Wellbeing?
We have introduced the Intrum Financial Wellbeing Barometer to compare and track the financial wellbeing of consumers across 24 European markets
Consumers are struggling to save for their long-term financial security
As financial challenges mount, consumers are struggling to save for their long-term financial security
Today we launch the European Consumer Payment Report 2019
We have asked 24,000 European consumers about their ability to manage their household finances. In the 2019 edition of the report, we see that Europeans must learn to navigate in an increasingly uncertain world. Download the European Consumer Payment Report 2019 to learn more.
Black Friday: Indications of a shift towards a more sustainable consumption among European consumers
4 out of 10 Europeans say their interest in sustainability motivates them to limit their spending. As Black Friday approaches, does this indicate a shift towards a more sustainable consumption?
The World Savings Day: Report shows Europeans still don’t put money aside
4 out of 10 Europeans say they do not save money each month. The situation is most prominent among consumers in Latvia and Greece, where close to 60% state the same. Savings can help us achieve our dreams and not end up in financial strain, says Anna Fall, Chief Brand & Communications Officer at Intrum.
Gender gap in Nordic household debt
There is a gender gap in debt collection claims in the Nordic region. A new report from Europe’s largest credit management service company Intrum shows that close to 6 out of 10 debt collection cases regard male debtors.
More Nordic seniors is struggling with debt
More senior citizens are struggling with debt in the Nordic region and the growth is twice as large compared to other age groups. “Underlying long-term demographic trends and new consumption patterns can be two explaining factors,” says Anette Willumsen, Managing Director at Intrum, Northern European region.