The true cost of credit insurance August 2016

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Atradius’ article published online in ‘Inside Small Business’, ‘The true cost of credit insurance’.

“Many businesses mistakenly think of credit insurance as a large expense, and so choose not to take out cover. This can leave them exposed to unnecessary risk. Credit insurance is often seen as more expensive than other insurance products. However, policies can be tailored to the business’s needs and only make up a small percentage of overall costs. The expense is reasonable when you consider that taking out cover can save the business from insolvency.”


Read the article on the Inside Small Business website:


About Atradius

Atradius provides trade credit insurance, surety and collections services worldwide through a strategic presence in 50 countries. Atradius has access to credit information on 200 million companies worldwide. Its credit insurance, bonding and collections products help protect companies throughout the world from payment risks associated with selling products and services on trade credit. Atradius forms part of Grupo Catalana Occidente (GCO.MC), one of the leading insurers in Spain and worldwide in credit insurance.


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Atradius Corporate Communications Oceania

Lara Morrow

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