Rebranding in the debt collection industry. A Romanian company will operate under the name of the world leader in credit management
Top Factoring, a company acquired in 2017 by Intrum, the world leader in credit management, will carry out its actions under the Intrum Romania brand. Intrum Justice bought Top Factoring in April 2017 from the Reconstruction Capital II Limited (RC2) investment fund owned by Ion Florescu for 25 million euros. In June 2017, Intrum Justice merged with Lindorff, becoming the world leader in credit management and debt recovery, with operations in 24 countries across Europe and 160 partners in the world. Starting March 20, 2018, the team of over 250 people from Top Factoring will carry out its collection operations under the Intrum Romania brand, thus joining the international Intrum brand, a leader in this industry. Catalin Neagu, founder of Top Factoring, continues to be Managing Director of Intrum Romania.
“If 2017 was a year of transition and adherence to Intrum methods and know-how, for 2018 we are proposing that under the Swedish Intrum brand we impose top 3 players on the credit management and debt collection market in Romania. Our goal is to pave the way for a strong, healthy economy and always provide added value for our customers and their customers, “said Catalin Neagu.
Intrum Romania aims to invest in guaranteed portfolios in 2018, thus increasing the turnover of the company by 30-35% over the previous year. This growth of course also implies the development of the team. Under the premise of expansion, the company has recently changed its headquarters, currently operating its activities on a surface of more than 2500 meters of a premium office building.
“A strong economy also involves job creation and we assume this goal 100%. We want to attract talent, to meet our customers with dedicated, customized services and thus help them maintain a positive cashflow. “, Catalin Neagu says.
Intrum Group expertise is based on over 100 years of experience and on a portfolio of over 100,000 international clients. In the long run, the company relies on digitization, thus facilitating operational processes and reaction times for minor or major changes both in the economic environment and in the organizational environment.