PDF Brief: 115 pages
Published: September 2007
Click here to download a PDF of the Executive Summary (includes summary, table of contents, and index)
Originally sold for $2,995, and to ARM firms for $995, this report provides a good historical perspective and ARM industry primer for those who are unfamiliar with the market.
Never has the debt collection industry played a more critical role in the economy. The levels of consumer, commercial, and government debts continue to rise, and a growing number of organizations that extend credit have increased their focus on converting delinquent accounts into cash.
The 7th edition of The Kaulkin Report projects that industry revenues will grow from $16.7 billion in 2006 to $22.2 billion in 2011. In the process, ARM companies will create value for clients and investors alike. However, economic and political forces are converging to create serious challenges for the industry. In addition, evolving creditor markets will significantly impact the ARM companies they employ.
Knowledge of these developments is critical in creating successful business strategies. The Kaulkin Report provides this strategic intelligence for ARM company owners, creditors, investors, and vendors to effectively plan for what’s to come.
This report includes a comprehensive assessment of the players shaping the future of the industry:
- Contingency Collectors
- Debt Buyers
- First Party Collectors
- Collection Law Firms
- Buyers and Sellers of companies
"I just finished reading the 7th edition of The Kaulkin Report. As in prior editions, this publication continues to be one of the best sources of information regarding the Receivables Management industry.
The broad scope and in-depth analysis of the most relevant industry topics makes The Kaulkin Report a rather unique publication in this ever-changing industry."
— Rui Pinto-Cardoso President & COO, B-Line, LLC