Intrum Justitia provides information relating to the sale of claims with personnel transition Darmstadt – may 2012: Intrum Justitia was on this year’s NPL Forum together with the Commerzbank a well-received lecture on demand sales staff transition as an example of the central collection Office of the former Dresdner Bank. The meeting of the credit industry on the issue of non-performing loans (NPL) provides information about conditions, developments and views from trade, servicing and control of problem loans. This year the event in Frankfurt took place again with great success. The NPL Forum is jointly with the Frankfurt School Verlag and the National Federation of credit purchase by the Frankfurt School of finance & management and servicing e.V. (BKS) organized. Question was the focus of this year’s Conference: how stable developing Monetary Union, economic and financial markets against the backdrop of the sovereign debt crisis and what financial and economic policy instruments can help to avoid in the current situation of Make mistakes?” Also was it the question, what impact has the current crisis on credit transactions. By exciting speeches by representatives from the banking industry, but also from leading institutions and science not only has been trying to find solutions. “After the opening and introduction by Christoph Mohr (CEO Frankfurt School Verlag GmbH), Prof.
Dr. Udo Steffens (President and CEO of the Frankfurt School of finance & management) and Dr. Jorg Keibel (President of the Confederation of credit purchase and servicing e. V.) was the future of the euro zone with a number of exciting lectures and a panel discussion on the topic of how we achieve stability?” further. The afternoon Themenfokusses NPL outsourcing in the banking practice “Intrum Justitia jointly with Commerzbank held an exciting lecture on demand sales personnel transition from point of view of the buyer.
To illustrate, the example of the Central debt collection agencies was the former Dresdner Bank selected. The lecture held Kornelia shrub, head of operational excellence at the Intrum Justitia GmbH, and Robert Zywitza, head of Small Cap Workout group IntensiveCare, Commerzbank AG. The two experts showed how the paging process for a collection unit is applied best achieve a successful for all parties and satisfactory implementation. Also this year the NPL Forum along with interesting technical information once again offered plenty of room for exciting discussions and make new contacts. About Intrum Justitia GmbH Intrum Justitia across Europe credit management and debt collection services offered that measurably improve the cash flow and the long-term profitability of customers and include the purchase of receivables. Intrum Justitia, a company founded in 1923 in Sweden employs approximately 3,300 employees in 20 countries, including Germany in the locations Darmstadt and Hanover. The consolidated profits totaled 2011 to 3.