Global Debt Collection Strategies Examined in New Timetric Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com25 May 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Debt collection agencies are faced with an unusual and complex financial environment, a ballooning number of defaulters and high bank de-leveraging. Legacy processes such as credit bureaus, non-traditional scoring methods and internal scoring models are no longer relevant – agencies pursuing these routes are putting themselves at a disadvantage.
Taking this, obtaining an in-depth understanding on a wide range of debt collecting strategies implemented in various countries is a must to help improve debt collection rates and contribute to a rapid recovery from the global recession.
New market research report “Maximising Recovery Rates in Consumer Debt” worked out by Timetric takes a global look at different debt collection strategies, with a focus on best practices in different countries and regions, as well as consumer behaviour and analysis. It examines a variety of methods and strategies that are available to increase the rates of debt collection and recovery. Furthermore, the study presents a number of case studies from the US covering debt management techniques and technologies.
Maximising Recovery Rates in Consumer Debt
Published: April, 2012
Price: US$ 3.800,00
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