The provision of credit, one of the main drivers of the growth and economic development of modern and advanced economies, allows to undertake entrepreneurial projects that create innovation and employment and to start personal projects related to fundamental stages in the life of each of us. The management of Non-Performing loans is a fundamental activity to restore and maintain the balance of the economic and financial system when this balance is compromised by negative events leading to the insolvency of the debtor.
The proper management of Non-Performing loans, on the one hand, enables credit institutions to better manage their balance sheets and strengthen their lending activities (with the consequent effect of stimulating economic growth and employment levels) and on the other hand leads to a more efficient and equitable allocation of resources within civil and productive society.
Who is doValue?
doValue is the main operator in Southern Europe in the field of credit and real estate management for banks and investors.
With more than 20 years of experience and approximately €150 billion of assets under management (Gross Book Value) across Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece and Cyprus, doValue Group's activities contribute to the economic growth by promoting the sustainable development of the financial system. With its 3,200 employees, doValue offers an integrated range of services: servicing of NonPerforming Loans (NPL), Unlikely To Pay (UTP), Early Arrears, and performing credit, real estate servicing, master servicing, data processing and other ancillary services for credit management.
Dates as at 31.12.2021
The shares of doValue are listed on Star segment of Euronext Milan (EXM) and, in 2021, the Group reported Gross Revenues of approximately €572 million and EBITDA excluding non-recurring items of approximately €201 million.
Purpose, the role of doValue: contribute to restore the balance of the economic system and promote financial inclusion.
The Group provides integrated services in the management of the entire credit life cycle, contributing to restore the economic and financial balance between the creditor and the debtor.
Through a sustainability-oriented approach, doValue promotes greater financial inclusion by enabling the reintegration of debtors into the economic and financial system.