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International Collections Handbook launched

With the repercussions of COVID-19 on the global economy continuing to cause B2B payment behaviour to deteriorate in certain countries and regions, the 15th edition of the International Debt Collections Handbook from trade credit insurer Atradius ( is highly timely.

Facing foreign payment practices and legal frameworks are often cited as the top challenges when it comes to collecting overseas debts, while trying to recover ageing debts at the same time of maintaining business relationships especially if things go legal, taking the right legal action and following local law and legislation is essential.  Now multinationals can use the International Debt Collections Handbook ( to guide them through different debt collections approaches in 51 countries.

“Our lawyers and collectors have shared a great deal of their expertise and experience in the International Debt Collections Handbook,” says Rudi de Greve, Global Operations Officer, Atradius.  “I’m sure every business will find it a highly useful, in-depth resource for all their business decisions relating to debt collections.”

Since its first edition, the annual publication of Atradius’ International Debt Collections Handbook has gained trust from businesses and become the go-to source when they need information about collecting debts internationally.  In the current economic circumstances, it is a valuable tool for any business wishing to improve their cash flow.
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