The unstable global economic trend and the decision of central banks to raise interest rates to stem inflation could represent a short and medium-term risk for the performance of NPL operations.

Crushed between a pandemic and a war at the gates of Europe, the real estate sector is experiencing a particular market phase. Despite everything, years 2021 and the beginning of 2022, compared to the previous year, recorded in our country good signs of recovery with an increase in real estate investments of 6%. However, each asset class responds differently to external conditioning and each requires specific evaluations.

According to the most recent market estimates, a new increase in NPL stocks on banks' balance sheets is expected in 2022. But in the perspective of a better future management of the problem, it is interesting to analyze the trend of the accumulation/disposal cycle of non-performing loans in the post-international financial crisis period.

A real estate developer who begins to have difficulty in completing an initiative, paying suppliers and loan instalments with the bank. But instead of going through the different steps of the classification of 'impaired' operations (Past due, Utp and, finally, Npl, with all that it entails, it is joined by a specialized company that helps it to get out of the crisis, to complete the work and honour what is due.
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