Atradius Collections Expands its Presence in Africa

Atradius Collections Expands its Presence in Africa

PR Newswire

AMSTERDAM, February 12, 2018

AMSTERDAM, February 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --

Atradius Collections further expands its international presence through a cooperation with a local partner in Morocco, Casablanca. Such presence will improve the debt collection services of the collection company in Morocco.

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"Understanding local business practices and the culture is key for success in our collection activities. Being close to the debtor gives us the opportunity to maintain a positive relationship and build good conditions for the negotiation, and of course the recovery of debts," affirms Rudi De Greve, Global Operations Director of Atradius Collections.

The Doing Business 2018 report, published by The World Bank, confirms the leadership of Morocco on the African continent. Reforms in previous years have supported the economic development of Morocco. For Atradius Collections, our presence in Morocco is strategic as it is a gateway to Northern Africa.

"Every country has its specific legal environment, our presence in Morocco strengthens our local expertise and our operational efficiency in the debt collection process. Our BtoB debt collections specialist partner, based in Casablanca, knows how the legal environment is developing and is able to execute the right strategy in order to recover our customers outstanding debts."

For more information about our new local cooperation and our services, visit our website http://www.atradiuscollections.com.

About Atradius Collections 

Through a presence in 31 countries, Atradius Collections provides trade invoice collection services in 96% of the countries across the world. Its wide breadth of services, ranging from first party to legal collections, helps companies around the globe recover unpaid invoices.

For further information: 
Céline NICOLAS
Email: celine.nicolas@atradius.com
Telephone: +33(0)6-209-840-28

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