Credit standing consistently high: Financial investor EOS awarded A-rating for 15th time in succession
Good news for the EOS Group: for the 15th time in a row, EOS Holding, the international financial investor’s parent company, received an A-rating for creditworthiness. The auditors from Euler Hermes Rating attested that EOS continues to present a low financial risk. The rating experts cited the high stability of the company’s cash flows and the continued very high level of earnings as the rationale for the rating. The auditors also expect a stable performance for the coming 12 months.
Euler Hermes considered the longstanding experience of EOS in the valuation, acquisition and recovery of non-performing debt, its market leadership in Germany and strong position in the Western and Eastern European markets to be especially positive factors. EOS has more than 60 subsidiaries in 26 countries.
"We are delighted that the auditors again confirmed the high level and stability of our earning power, and that their report specifically emphasized our extensive experience in receivables purchasing and recovery," says Justus Hecking-Veltman, Member of the EOS Group’s Board of Directors and Chief Financial Officer. "In fiscal 2018/19 we invested EUR 668 million in receivables and real estate. We are aiming to again purchase secured and unsecured debt portfolios of this magnitude in this current financial year."
The EOS Group
The EOS Group is one of the leading international providers of customized financial services. Its main focus is on receivables management, and with its 60 subsidiaries, more than 7,500 employees and 20,000 customers, it is one of the largest players in the market. Working in an international network of partner companies, the EOS Group has resources in more than 180 countries, and directly operates subsidiaries in 26 countries. The company's key target sectors are banking, insurance, utilities, telecommunications and IT companies. EOS is part of Otto Group.