The debt collection market is dynamic and competitive

In 2014, debt recovery registered an increase of 24% as compared to 2013.

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In order to analyze the evolution and performance of the debt collection market, AMCC has developed together with Ensight Management Consulting, a detailed study of the debt collection sector. This study was prepared in accordance to data submitted by 12 AMCC members.


Key findings of the study:
The past performance of the debt collection sector has been characterized by a fluctuating evolution. Periods of market growth were followed by intervals of decrease within the sector. In this context, the debt collection market has registered a 12% yearly decrease in terms of debt referred during 2011-2014. In 2014, debt referred has registered a 28% decrease as compared to 2013, mainly due to the B2C debt referred, which has a 34% decrease in 2014, as compared to 2013.


In turn, debt recovery registered a 7% yearly increase during 2011-2014. In particular, debt recovery has registered a 24% increase in 2014, as compared to 2013.
 

 

The overall revenue increase registered in 2014 was of 24% as compared to 2013, mainly due to purchased debt volumes handled during the period. The expectations for the debt collection market in 2015 are constant due to market and political stability.

 

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