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EOS in the UN Global Compact: Taking corporate responsibility to the next level.

Joining the UN Global Compact is helping EOS to devise a strategy for its corporate social responsibility. How can the goals of the initiative be applied to your own business?
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From analytics to security tools: The tech highlights of the EOS Group.

Year after year, EOS invests in new technological trends. Four examples show how EOS clients, and consumers, can now benefit from these technologies.
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Interview: “The secured receivables market is all about relationships”

EOS has greatly expanded its expertise in the processing of non-performing secured loans in recent years. Experts from two EOS countries share their experiences and provide insights into two very different markets.
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New CEO Marwin Ramcke: “We are going to set new benchmarks in the financial industry.”

Marwin Ramcke leads the EOS Group as new CEO. In this interview he reveals his plans for the future and discusses the challenges he sees managers facing today.
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International debt collection at EOS: Globally connected against the COVID-19 crisis.

The COVID-19 pandemic has made international debt collection even more challenging. The EOS partner network is a reliable point of contact during the crisis too – thanks also to an efficient IT platform.
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CEO Klaus Engberding on the EOS Group’s corporate responsibility.

How can business practices improve the world? The corporate responsibility strategy of EOS consists of four actionable areas. Its motto: Changing for the better.
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The „COVID“ agrument was used by 5% of debtors

Payment morale by indebted Czechs has gradually improved over the past five years. The positive trend was disrupted by the coronavirus crisis, which brought a deterioration in the economic situation of households and the associated ability to repay liabilities. About 5% of debtors cited „COVID“ in March as the reason for not being able to pay their debts. The kept rate has also decreased for about 24%. According to experts from the debt collection sector, the real impact of Coronavirus will be felt on the market in 6 months.

In 2019, the payment morale reached the peak of the last five years. „The epidemic has brought deterioration. In March, about 5% of debtors cited the COVID argument as a reason for not being able to pay their liabilities (debts). The kept rate decreased by 24% compare to February, at the same time the debtor´s promise rate compare to February has decresed for 6%,“ says Vladimír Vachel, Managing Director of debt collection company EOS KSI Czech Republic and adds: „I think that behind this situation was mainly prevailing uncertainty about future developments. In April,have the indicators slightly improved, but still did not reach the February values. We expact a real impact on our work in about 6 months, when the possiblity of postponing installments ends, the unemployment turns out, the state support ends and more.“

According the experts from the debt collection sector, the last recession in 2008 has showed us phenomena which can be on again. Among them for example with consumer distrust, rising unemployment and problems with secondary insolvency. „We recommend to have a higher price cussion to cover possible loss in payments from customers. Where it is possible, it is appropriate to ask for deposit, partial continuous payments and other suitable security,“advises Vachel.

 

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