Meet Kathrine Diserud Mildal, Next Generation Graduate 2019/2020
Kathrine participated to Intrum's Next Generation Program 2019/2020 as an Analyst graduate in Norway. She was offered a permanent role at Intrum Norway after completing the program.
Financial wellbeing continue to decline as a result of Covid-19
In the wake of the pandemic, consumers experience falling incomes and a further decline in their financial wellbeing.
Intrum’s Next Generation Program 2021/2022 open for applications
Our graduate program provides a challenging and rewarding experience where graduates spend 12 months in an evolving international business.
"Access to cash flow is essential for all businesses"
Torben Friis Serritzlev works as a Key Account Manager at Intrum’s office in Denmark, where he is responsible for some of the company’s largest local clients, including SATS, the Nordic region’s leading fitness chain.
1 in 2 Europeans are dreaming of a green Christmas
A growing interest in sustainability indicates that many Europeans intend to spend less on Christmas gifts this year. However, close to a fifth (18 per cent) say they will spend more money than they can afford in an effort to be ‘green’ consumers.
Germany retains top position in the Intrum Financial Wellbeing Barometer
The Intrum Financial Wellbeing Barometer – now in its second year – compares and tracks the financial health of consumers across 24 European countries. Despite ongoing constraints to economic activity in Germany due to Covid-19, the country has held on to the top ranking in this year’s Barometer.
A word from the CEO: The new reality
President and CEO Anders Engdahl shares his reflections of the results from our newly launched European Consumer Payment Report 2020.
Today we launch the European Consumer Payment Report 2020
The European Consumer Payment Report (ECPR) 2020 outline the financial impact of Covid-19 on private households in 24 European countries. This year's results shows that the pandemic has had a serious impact on consumer finances.
Spanish businesses most positive in Europe towards predictions of a cashless society within two years
Card and mobile app payments are becoming widespread, but Intrum’s latest survey of 10,000 companies finds varying views about the likelihood of a cashless society across European countries.