Our vision for EOS.

Where will EOS be ten years from now? The Group’s Board of Directors sets a clear course: New technologies, more investments and entrepreneurial spirit will ensure the future success of EOS.

In the future we will further intensify our activities as a globally networked investor. We intend to grow primarily in the secured business.
Justus Hecking-Veltman, Member of the EOS Group’s Board of Directors and Chief Financial Officer

Investments in all asset classes.

EOS sees a great deal of potential in debt purchases. ‘In the future we will further intensify our activities as a globally networked investor. We intend to grow primarily in the secured business’, says Mr Hecking-Veltman. The EOS Group already has plenty of experience in this field. ‘In the last two years we purchased a large number of secured portfolios in Eastern Europe. We want to increase the present level further in future’, explains Marwin Ramcke, Member of the EOS Group’s Board of Directors and responsible for the Eastern European region.

Until now EOS has concentrated on unsecured transactions in the Western European market. But here too the Group is focusing more on secured portfolios. ‘From now on, we also aim to purchase carefully chosen secured receivables packages in Spain as we currently do in France. In future we can see ourselves purchasing portfolios in countries where we are not represented by our own company. We have already implemented this successfully in Portugal by working with a partner’, says Dr Andreas Witzig, Member of the EOS Group’s Board of Directors and responsible for the Western European region.

We are a globally connected financial investor driven by technology and entrepreneurial spirit.
CEO Klaus Engberding

EOS will invest in further asset classes in future. For example, EOS has been acquiring property portfolios for some time. ‘Lastly, as a result of the acquisition of secured portfolios, we have ample experience in the valuation and sale of real estate’, says Mr Engberding. ‘Until now, we have acquired mostly defaulted receivables. For the future I can certainly envisage purchasing assets in danger of default and regularly serviced receivables. In all these changes I am relying on the entrepreneurial spirit of our employees. With the courage to change and trust in our strengths, we can work together to transform our vision into reality. This is how we will secure the success of the Group over the long term’, says the CEO.