The formal launch of the new Republic of Ireland Branch of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) will take place at Croke Park on 17th September. The day will commence with a best practice conference featuring topics such how the CICM will support credit managers in the country, the role of Artificial Intelligence and…

The number of business debt judgments registered in the Republic of Ireland has decreased, according to the latest figures released by Registry Trust. A decrease in the volume of business judgments, coupled with a 16 percent drop in the average judgment’s value led to a 39 percent fall in the total value of business judgments. The…

New research of annual B2B payment practices research conducted by global credit insurer Atradius show an increasing level of deterioration in payment practices in the Americas. The report also highlights: Average payment duration increased from 61 days in 2017 to 63 days in 2018. On average, 90.3% of respondents frequently experience late payments (the average is…

A new report by Coface has found that that there is a high number of signals of risk in Q2 2018, which  is reminiscent of the situation in the years 2012-2013 when the rise of sovereign spread in the Eurozone, increased protectionism, higher oil prices, capital outflows from major emerging countries, global trade on the…

Businesses in the UK have reported decreasing bad debt losses in a sign of a strengthening economic environment. On average, businesses wrote off 2 percent of annual revenue due to non-payment in the past 12 months; a decrease from the 4.7 percent reported by UK companies in 2017. The findings are part of the European Payment…

As a strong sign of a stable economic development in the majority of Europe, businesses are reporting decreasing bad debt losses. On average, 1.7 percent of the yearly revenue had to be written off due to non-payments in the past 12 months; a decrease compared to the 2.14 percent reported by European companies in 2017…

Latest figures from the Registry Trust have indicated that there has been a decrease in the volume of business judgments in Ireland. In Quarter 1 of 2018 there 120 business judgment issued, 36 fewer than in the same quarter of the previous year. This is coupled with a 37 percent drop in the average judgment’s…

The number of debt judgments recorded in the Four Courts of Ireland fell to a historic low during 2017, according to figures released today by Registry Trust. There were 2,157 judgments registered against consumers in 2017, two percent fewer than the previous year and a record low. The mean average consumer judgment’s value fell 11…

Irish SMEs are writing off €1.7 billion every year due to bad debts, according to a new report by Bibby Financial Services. Bibby said the firms are losing the money due to customers not paying bills, or customers becoming insolvent. The Global Business Monitor report from the firm found that an average of €13,780 is…

The Irish Small & Medium Enterprises Association (ISME) Credit Watch latest survey shows that late payment has deteriorated from 59 days to 61 days in Q2. Dublin and Ulster businesses are waiting the longest to be paid. Commenting on the results ISME, CEO Neil McDonnell said “Todays’ results are disappointing. Late payments are a big issue for SMEs;…