Many businesses trade with long standing customers that seem well funded. They believe payment can be relied on. However, even the strongest commercial concerns can be affected by the economic cycle and commercial trends.
One Euler Hermes customer, EDPA, experienced this scenario when one of their oldest customers filed for bankruptcy and disputed EDPA's receivables. Read the EDPA case study for details.
"The Euler Hermes team made us feel so comfortable about the situation and confident that it would get resolved. When you are facing an enormous financial loss, having someone knowledgeable, supportive, and responsive in your corner can make all the difference. We are very, very happy with the service we received."
– Alp Benadrete, Managing Partner in Charge of the Home Textile Division for EDPA
It takes considerable investment in data collection to keep track of customers’ financial health and to evaluate the risk of non-payment. We make that investment so you don’t have to and make analysis available to you. Insurance backed by insight allows you to trade with peace of mind through all phases of the cycle – today and tomorrow.