Presence and operations in Germany for over 14 years with a staff of 5 collaborators in Berlin – Frankfurt – Munich – Hamburg – Stuttgart
Detailed preliminary analysis before taking any action
Order for payment is the fastest and most economical solution with no obligation to submit documents
Positive track record: Over €9 million in receivables managed in the last two years with 68% success rate
ENTRUST YOUR OUTSTANDING RECEIVABLES IN GERMANY TO INVENIUM
In Germany, in recent years there has been a significant increase in insolvencies that is unprecedented in the contemporary history of the country.
Compared to many countries, in Germany it is possible to obtain updated and detailed information in order to decide the most appropriate action to be taken for credit collection or whether to desist from any attempt.
To serve formal notice of default on the debtor, a notice to comply once the debt becomes overdue is required. This is followed by an order for payment procedure which in Germany is the simplest, fastest and most economical way of obtaining an enforcement order. This procedure is always to be preferred if there is no risk of objection. The advantage of this order for payment procedure, moreover, is that no documents or evidence need to be submitted; it simply consists of sending a pre-printed form to the Magistrate’s Court.
If, however, there is an objection, it is appropriate to immediately take ordinary civil action. Having obtained notification of enforceability of the debt through the Magistrates Court, an assignment may be given to a bailiff for enforcement.
From the late 90s Invenium is one of the largest organizations specialized in the management and collection of receivables, both in Italy and worldwide. Invenium has developed a network of 117 legal partners in 105 countries.
Years of experience
Clients around Europe
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