How could you reduce the net loss on loans not recovered?

27 September 2021

There needs to be a focus to reduce NPLs since they are always a subject of worry for banks.

The consequences of NPLs on lenders’ profitability is twofold:
– a net loss on loans not recovered, and
– an increase in costs as managing NPLs is extremely time consuming, due to paper-intensive workflow and an abundance of manual tasks

Our Loan Management System and Decision Engine, together with AroTRON, can support your efforts to reduce the net loss on loans not recovered, to improve the debt collection actions.
One of the top benefits brought to our clients is substantially decreased NPL management costs. Paperless workflows, minimised manual tasks and monitoring / reporting the costs are the feedback from our clients.

Contact us to discuss how we can assist your NPL management and reduce your worries.

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