EOS Group and EOS Hungary regularly conduct professional surveys on payment habits and attitudes of European companies and debtors, thus supporting responsible decision-making in receivables management.

EOS – European Payment Practices Study – 2019

EOS Group - "European Payment Practices" research

In the spring of 2019, EOS Group interviewed 3,400 financial experts in 17 European countries about their payment practices in their country. In Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Greece, UK, France, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Croatia, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Germany, Slovenia and Hungary, 200 decision makers in the receivable management sector responded to questions about payment, economic trends and debt management over the past 12 years.

For more details on the survey, please click here!

EOS Hungary – Research among Hungarian debtors

For the third time in 2019, EOS Hungary has examined hundreds of thousands of unsecured receivables in order to highlight key trends.

During the research, EOS experts looked into a number of factors connected to demographic and payment habits, which help companies better understand how a broad range of debtors relate to their debt.

Feel free to contact us for more details!

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