|Atradius Collections launches the International Debt Collections Handbook in a renewed 2012 edition|
|vendredi, 13 avril 2012|
Atradius Collections, the global expert in domestic and international debt collections, releases the 6th edition of the International Debt Collections Handbook in a fully reworked edition. With the addition of Russia and Norway this essential tool covers 33 different countries.
The new 2012 version has been restructured to provide information-seekers with more detailed information as well as easier navigation to finding crucial information on debt collections in the different countries. It is a key and well-received tool with information on a successful approach in handling foreign debts, especially targeting organisations which lack in-house resources in international collections or credit management.
“In the past year we have again seen levels of insolvencies peaking in many countries. Therefore, focusing on cash flow optimisation is crucial for businesses. Having knowledge of amicable collections as well as the country-specific legal phases surrounding collections is therefore vital for survival in these challenging times,” says Rudi De Greve, Global Operations Manager at Atradius Collections. Only with local expertise can you ensure the right approach. This is where the International Debt Collections Handbook contributes.“
The International Debt Collections Handbook was originally created in 2009 and is constantly updated and expanded by collection experts to reflect changes in the markets. Taking a closer view on the country-specific debt collections procedures, it explains the diversity and complexity of country-specific B2B debt collection and gives insight over the different stages of amicable settlement, financial regulations around collections, legal proceedings and insolvency procedures. The handbook is exclusively written and reviewed by experts in country-specific debt collection procedures and legislation. Their expertise is based on years of experience and collecting internationally at Atradius Collections.
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