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.
Black Friday: 1 in 2 Europeans say sustainability motivates them to limit their spending
The upcoming European Consumer Payment Report 2020 finds growing trend towards more sustainable consumption, especially among younger and female consumers.
Tackling Europe’s late payment culture
Legislation can help address the late payments issue, but businesses themselves have the chance to play a leading role in finding solutions. Intrum is ready to help.
How late payments affect Europe’s businesses
Europe has entered the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdowns will put many consumers and businesses in difficult financial positions. The consequences of a pandemic-related recession will intensify the problem of late payments among European companies.
”We want to lead the development of a sustainable credit market”
As Chief Compliance Officer, Lina Rollby Claesson is developing Intrum’s compliance work.