Joining forces is a requirement for Greek businesses
The utilization by the companies of the possibilities created by the development trajectory in which the Greek economy enters, is the biggest challenge but also an opportunity for all the participants in the Greek economy.
Mr. G. Georgakopoulos talks to "insider.gr" about growth-focused management of non-performing loans
Mr. George Georgakopoulos, Managing Director of Intrum Hellas, pointed out at "insider.gr" that it is very important that the NPL management is performed in the framework of growth strategy with speed and transparency, high quality of services and an improved experience to the customer.
Mr. G. Georgakopoulos talks to "mononews.gr" about Intrum Hellas' proposals for the sustainable restructuring of small wineries and hotels
Mr. George Georgakopoulos, Managing Director of Intrum Hellas, pointed out to "mononews.gr" that the first agreements of Intrum Hellas with 23 small wineries are already underway. Corresponding solutions are already being prepared for 450 hotel units managed by Intrum Hellas.
Mr. G. Georgakopoulos talks to the Sunday’s edition of "To Vima" about the contribution of servicers and the strategy of Intrum Hellas for borrowers to return to sustainability.
Mr. George Georgakopoulos, CEO of Intrum Hellas, points out to Sunday’s edition of "To Vima" the growth role of servicers for businesses and households to return to sound economic activity.
Out-of-court workout mechanism: Transparency and speed for sustainable solutions
The implementation of Law 4738/2020 on Debt Settlement and the provision of a second opportunity marks the beginning of a new era for dealing with private debt. The new framework introduces innovations that will bring clarity, speed of decisions and utilization of digital media, so that the debtors' experience is the best possible.
European businesses see outlook improving ‒ now hungry for growth
Today, Intrum publishes the 23rd edition of the European Payment Report*. According to the report, half of the companies surveyed are lucky to have survived 2020. At the same time, reality did not turn out as gloomy as expected, partially due to government support, but also with new, digital business models gaining ground. Nevertheless, many companies are under pressure and are now hungry for a new phase of growth.
The next day of the Greek business
Intrum Hellas aims to offer businesses the opportunity to grow and shift their efforts from day-to-day cash problems management to scaling up of their operations, taking on the role of servicers to the next level.
The role of Intrum Hellas and the changes brought by the new Law for debt settlement and second-chance arrangement (L. 4738/2020)
The new law for debt settlement and second-chance arrangement introduces innovations that will bring clarity, speed of decisions and utilization of digital media to the benefit of the servicers and the borrowers.