Bondora recoveries grew for the third straight month in April. All told, 57,479 missed payments were recovered over the month, up by 6.2% compared to March. This month, in-house collections were the category to see the most growth, up by 23.6%. All three originating countries had an increase of recoveries, with Estonia (7.2%) leading the way, closely followed by Spain (7.0%), and Finland (4.5%).

Recovery perf count April 2020

Cash Recoveries dip

In March, cash recoveries jumped higher by 35.3%, so it was expected that the amount of cash recovered would drop in April. Over the month, €508,874 were recovered, compared to €744,546 a month ago. The majority of this decrease can be attributed to Estonian missed payments in the bailiff stage, which fell by 93.3% month-over-month, down to €231,014.

Recovery by cash flow April 2020

Yearly Recovery Rate

The yearly recovery rate for 2020 fell by more than 14%, down to 42.72%. Yet, this is still in-line with previous years’ recovery rates. Recoveries for 2019, on the other hand, are still performing quite well, at a rate of 54.73%.

Recovery rate year April 2020

Estonian recovery rates remain stable

Estonian recovery rates decreased by the least in 2020, down by just over 2% to 16.98%. Estonian recovery rates were also the most stable in the previous several years compared to last month, declining by about 1% in 2019 and 2018, and remaining almost unchanged for 2017. Meanwhile, the Spanish recovery rate came down from an astronomical 174.69% to 112.23% for the current year.

Recovery rate year country April 2020

2019 recoveries continue to perform well

Recoveries for 2019 are maintaining their strong recovery rates. Both Estonian and Spanish recovery rates for the year are higher than the previous 4-years, with the yearly recovery rate of 54.73% higher than the previous 5-years.

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