Bailiff recoveries increase by 4% in October

Stats & Data

Bondora recoveries jumped once again in October. In total, 42,319 missed payments were recovered on the month, 3.7% higher than September. Bailiff recoveries made the largest increase, up by 4.0% to 15,057. Recoveries were higher across Estonia, Spain, and Finland.

Recoveries by count Oct 2019

Cash Recoveries

The amount of cash recovered in October also increased, up to €485,274, bringing the average recovery to €11.47 on the month. Both Estonian and Finnish recoveries were up just over 3% to €270,658 and €174,669.

Recoveries by cashflow Oct 2019

Yearly Recovery Rate

The recovery rate for 2014 increased up to 46.2%. However, the five-year recovery rate fell by 0.4% to 45.0%. Recovery rates for the remaining months remained consistent, each changing by less than 1% respectively. 

Yearly recovery rate Oct 2019

Recoveries by Country

The Estonian recovery rate for the current year jumped higher by 3.2% to 58.4% while recovery rates in Finland and Spain fell slightly. Recovery rates for all previous years fell, but by no more than 1% for any given country.

Year & country recovery rate Oct 2019

Recoveries Remain Stable

While recoveries as a whole were higher in October, an average payment recovery of €11.47 is almost identical to the previous month, showing signs of stability in Bondora missed payment recoveries.

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One response to “Bailiff recoveries increase by 4% in October”

  1. Your real-time statistics are interesting to follow. However, it would be great if there’s another page about what the overall Go&Grow “fund” consists of and how those loans are doing. All we know is that we are getting 6.75% at the moment, but we have no idea what’s going on in the background. How are those loans doing? How much extra reserves does the fund have? etc..