More and more investors value EOS as a purchaser of problematic real estate (loan) portfolios, because the financial services provider has acquired a lot of experience of evaluating real estate in the loan business.
EOS in Hungary has signed an agreement with UniCredit Bank on the purchase of non-performing loans (NPLs). The secured forward-flow components of the deal represent new territory for the company.
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.
When people or companies cannot service their loans, this isn’t the end. This infographic explains why specialists like the EOS Group purchase non-performing loans – and how this benefits all parties.
CFO Justus Hecking-Veltman explains how the EOS Group achieved a remarkable success thanks to investments in the past financial year.
Records in sales and investments: Marwin Ramcke, Managing Director of the EOS Group, on the successful 2018/19 financial year in Eastern Europe.
Andreas Kropp, Member of the EOS Group’s Board of Directors, explains how EOS Consolidated increased its investments in debt purchases in Germany by almost 24 percent in 2018/19.
Together with ServDebt, EOS recently purchased additional debt packages in Portugal with a total value of some EUR 800 million. It’s a success story that started with an experiment.
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.
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