Missing walls, no power, illegally built: anyone purchasing debts secured against property in Eastern Europe needs to check every deal thoroughly first.
Tight credit terms with one bank, relaxed terms with another? Non-performing loan volumes in financial institutions provide an explanation for this.
If a competitor is out in front, the urge to keep up increases – at any price. An example from EOS Poland shows why it is sometimes cleverer to remain level-headed.
Europe’s banks are selling their non-performing loans – but to whom? This infographic explains the market for NPLs, names the key players, and depicts the situation in crisis-hit countries.
New regulations could attract more high quality investors und lead to rising trade volumes.
EOS Director Marwin Ramcke explains his success strategy for trading NPL in 2018.
Dealing in secured debt is no easy task: At EOS these complex transactions are handled by a network of teams with expertise in NPL and interntional contracts.
EOS Hungary was one of the first players to realize the potential of secured retail loans - rising to a leading position in the booming market.
Poor data quality is a common problem when assessing NPL portfolios in Europe, says Karel Smerak, Director of the Transaction Center NPL Secured for Eastern Europe.
EOS is expanding its position as a leading buyer of NPL: in 2017/18 the Group consolidated its position in Serbia and Spain and entered the Canadian market.
A 19.8 percent increase in turnover. 237.6 EURO million in earnings. And 7,441 employees with zero doubt about the future: EOS had a great business year 2017/18.
Looking back at 2017/18: The EOS Board recount the recent financial year.