Adapting to the New Collections Landscape

October 5, 2020 by Laura Burrows

Consumer behavior and payment trends are constantly evolving, particularly in a rapidly changing economic environment. Faced with changing demands, including an accelerated shift to digital communications, and new regulatory rules, debt collectors must adapt to advance in the new collections landscape.

According to Experian research, as of August, the U.S. unemployment rate was at 8.4%, with numerous states still having employment declines over 10%. These triggers, along with other recent statistics, signal a greater likelihood of consumers falling delinquent on loans and credit card payments. The issue for debt collectors? Many debt collection departments and agencies are not equipped to properly handle the uptick in collection volumes.

By refining your process and capabilities to meet today’s demands, you can increase the success rate of your debt collection efforts.

Join Denise McKendall, Experian’s Director of Collection Solutions, and Craig Wilson, Senior Director of Decision Analytics, during our live webinar, “Adapting to the New Collections Landscape,” on October 21 at 10:00 a.m. PT. Our expert speakers will provide a view of the current collections environment and share insights on how to best adapt.

The agenda includes:

  • Meeting today’s collections challenges
  • A Look at the state of the market
  • Devising strategies and solving collections problems across the debt lifecycle

Register now