Stay updated on development of late payments and how Covid-19 has impacted the payment landscape in 29 European countries. The annual edition of the European Payment Report 2021 will be launched 16th of June.
Published today, the European Consumer Payment Report 2020 outlines the financial impact of Covid-19 on private households.
This is 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.
The whitepaper outline how Covid-19 has impacted 10,000 businesses across 29 countries in Europe.
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An Intrum white paper.
In light of the Covid-19 crisis, Intrum has published a special edition white paper based on data from 4,800 consumers in 24 European countries.
The European Consumer Payment Report (ECPR) is an annual report that describes European consumers ability to manage household finances.
Intrum has gathered data from 11,856 companies in Europe to gain insights into the payment behavior and financial health of European businesses.
Intrum has compiled data from 9,607 companies across Europe to produce this Payment Industry White Paper, which examines payment behaviour and the financial situations of businesses around Europe.
The latest European Consumer Payment Report from Europe’s largest credit management firm Intrum presents a worrying picture when it comes to rising indebtedness and the ability of consumers to meet their financial obligations.