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31.1.
2021

The Board of Directors of Intrum AB (publ) ("Intrum") has today been informed by its largest shareholder, a Nordic Capital[1] controlled entity, that it has granted 3,200,000 call options that entitles to purchase of 3,200,000 Intrum shares, to Intrum's President and CEO Anders Engdahl, and 640,000 call options that entitles to purchase of 640,000 Intrum shares, to Intrum's Chairman Per E Larsson. The call options are offered in order to further align their interests with the shareholders'.

Tiedotteet
28.1.
2021

Michael Ladurner has been appointed Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Intrum. Ladurner has been acting CFO since October 2020. He joined the Group in 2016 and has had roles as Business Development Director for Portfolio Investments and Group Strategy and Analytics Director.

Michael Ladurner takes on the CFO role from today, 28 January 2021. He will be reporting directly to President & CEO Anders Engdahl and be a part of the Group Management Team.

Tiedotteet
28.1.
2021
  • Highly resilient performance in Q4, despite challenging operating conditions
  • Credit Management Services positioned for growth with strong sales and record pipeline
  • Strong cash returns in recovering Strategic Markets
  • Impressive performance in Portfolio Investments, investment levels at replenishment rate with attractive returns
  • Accelerating towards ONE Intrum
Fourth quarter, October-December 2020
  • Cash Revenues amounted to SEK 5,601 M (5,751). 
  • Cash EBITDA amounted to SEK 3,124 M (3,063).
  • Cash EBIT amounted to SEK
Tiedotteet
7.1.
2021

Intrum announces its interim results for October-December 2020 on 28 January 2021 at 7:00 a.m. CET. The report will be presented in an audio cast with telephone conference at 9:00 a.m. CET the same day.

Tiedotteet
4.1.
2021

As the European economies struggle to cope with the effects from the second wave of the corona virus, Intrum's Financial Wellbeing Barometer highlights the disparities in financial wellbeing among consumers across the continent. While pre-existing household debt and financial instability has been aggravated by the pandemic in southern Europe, stimulus measures appear to have protected household incomes in countries like Germany. 

Tiedotteet
7.12.
2020

1 in 3 Europeans (35 per cent) have lost income as a direct result of Covid-19, and almost half (47 per cent) say they are more concerned about their financial situation than they have been at any other point in their life. The European Consumer Payment Report 2020 paints a gloomy picture of financial wellbeing in Europe - but also highlights growing consumer interest in financial education. 

Tiedotteet
18.11.
2020

- As Local as needed, as Global as possible

Today, Intrum, the market leader in Credit Management Services in Europe, will hold a digital Capital Markets Day where senior management will introduce the company's strategy and updated financial targets for the coming years, as well as the ONE Intrum transformation program.

Tiedotteet
10.11.
2020

Intrum invites investors, analysts, financial media and other stakeholders to its digital Capital Markets Day on 18 November. Senior management will give an update on Intrum's strategic ambitions for the coming years with focus on continued profitable growth and increased scalability, our role in society and updated financial targets.

The Capital Markets Day will be streamed live on November 18 2020, 13.00-16.00 CET.

Tiedotteet
9.11.
2020

 During the period 2 November 2020 until 6 November 2020, Intrum AB (publ) ("Intrum") has repurchased a total of 125,000 shares as part of the buyback program introduced by the Board of Directors to secure the obligations of Intrum (including social security contributions) relating to the long-term incentive program 2020. As a result, the buyback program, which Intrum announced on 23 October 2020, is hereby completed since the maximum amount of shares (250,000) has been repurchased.

Tiedotteet
4.11.
2020

During the period 26 to 30 October 2020, Intrum AB (publ) ("Intrum") has repurchased a total of 125,000 shares as part of the buyback program introduced by the Board of Directors to secure the obligations of Intrum (including social security contributions) relating to the long-term incentive program 2020. The buyback program, which Intrum announced on 23 October 2020, is carried out in accordance with the Market Abuse Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 ("MAR") and Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 2016/1052 ("Safe Harbour Regulation").

The shares have been repurchased as follows.

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