16-10-2018 | Yassin Jarmouni
How to Prove your Claim in a French Court?
Do you know how to prove your claim in a French Court? Our French debt collection lawyer, Yassin Jarmouni, provides some useful information for recovering your unpaid invoices, even without proof.
04-10-2018 | Belén Lopez Morata
5 Kinds of Debtors: How Can You Get Your Invoice Paid?
Are you dealing with a difficult debtor and unpaid invoices? Find out more about what type of debtor you have and read our helpful tips on the best way to approach them for successful debt recovery.
14-09-2018 | Bierens
Staying ahead of the crisis in Turkey
Doing business in Turkey? Worried about unpaid invoices and how to recover your debt? Here is our advice to help you conduct business with Turkish companies and keep you ahead of the crisis.
20-07-2018 | Alexandra Roussa
Expansion International desk: Greek Attorney Alexandra Roussa
Our international office is expanding fast. In recent months, we have therefore strengthened our international team with debt collection lawyers and specialists. Alexandra Roussa has been part of our debt collection team since a few months. She handles debt collection on Greek entrepreneurs.
17-07-2018 | Belén Lopez Morata
Dani Alves is back on the Spanish defaulter list
The Spanish tax authorities have published a list of defaulters in June 2018 again on their website. This list mentions persons and companies that owe more than one million euros to the Spanish tax authorities. This year there are again well-known names on the list...
13-07-2018 | Marieke Schepens
6 Tips for Effective Debt Collection Calls
Calling a debtor and asking them for money is never a nice thing to do. But often, calling is one of the most effective ways to get your customer to pay. Here are our top six tips from our debt collection specialists for more successful debt collection calls.
28-06-2018 | Maria Marquezini Cará
Expansion of International Practice: Attorney Maria Marquezini Cara
Our international practice is growing fast. In recent months, we have strengthened our international team with debt collection lawyers and specialists. Since the autumn of 2017, the Brazilian lawyer Maria Marquezini Cara is part of our international team. Maria handles business in Portugal and Brazil.
14-06-2018 | Marieke Schepens
The credit manager of the future will let a Billy do the work
What does the future of credit management look like? That was a central question during the third edition of the Credit Summer Event. Over 150 credit managers and financial professionals came to the head office to hear and discuss the latest developments in the area of credit management.
08-06-2018 | Ishar Ahluwalia
New member of our international practice: Ishar Ahluwalia from Finland
Our international practice is growing rapidly. We have been busy recruiting new debt collection specialists and lawyers to our international team, to further strengthen it. One of the more recent additions to our international team is Ms Ishar Ahluwalia.
20-03-2018 | Eliška Koštiálová
Expansion International Practice: Eliška Koštiálová from Czech Republic
We have reinforced our international team with debt collection lawyers and experts from various countries. Since autumn of 2017, Eliška Koštiálová has joined our international team to handle debt collection cases in Czech Republic and Slovakia.
23-08-2017 | Bierens
The Debt Collection Environment in Turkey
The US is one of the largest trade partners of Turkey (according to 2016 statistics). Turkey’s total export to the US was equal to 6.62 billion dollars in 2016. The total import from the US amounted to 10.9 billion dollars in the same year. Due to the substantial trade between the two countries and the recent fluctuation of the Turkish economy, we see an increase in payment defaults for US companies.
23-08-2017 | Belén Lopez Morata
Can you present WhatsApp messages as evidence to a Spanish judge?
The digital environment is developing drastically: information is sent through digital channels in the wink of an eye. One of those well-known channels, WhatsApp, has over one billion users globally. The question, therefore, arises: can you present WhatsApp messages as evidence to a Spanish judge?