Kaulkin Ginsberg is proud to announce the release of The Accounts Receivable Management Industry Overview.
The U.S. accounts receivable management industry has undergone a tremendous transformation since the start of the twentieth century. One upon a time, debt collectors were either viewed as thugs who used intimidation to collect on debts, or mom-and-pop shops run out of a spare bedroom using an extra phone line.
Today, the ARM industry is an amalgamation of several market segments – debt collection, debt buying, collection law firms, and repossession services – that generated more than $14.5 billion in aggregate 2015 revenue and is projected to grow to more than $17 billion in annual revenue by 2020 at a compounded annual growth rate of more than 4%.
The industry is characterized by its sizable investments in advanced technological systems that support call-center and collection operations, and compliance divisions through voice and risk analytics software. As a result, the industry attracts interest among both strategic and financial buyers seeking economies of scale opportunities within a dynamic yet highly fragmented market.
Kaulkin Ginsberg’s latest report, The Accounts Receivable Management Industry Overview, provides an in-depth look into the evolution of the U.S. ARM industry and its importance to an interaction with the U.S. consumer credit economy – the largest credit economy in the world.
Additionally, it examines the defining characteristics of modern ARM companies, such as service offerings, organizational structure, and annual revenues.
Furthermore, the report provides a five-year outlook through 2020 on all economic and market data points to support strategic planning and investment initiatives – making it a must-read for CFOs and investors alike.
If you are interested in receiving a copy of The Accounts Receivable Management Industry Overview, or if you would like to confidentially discuss your interests in the ARM industry, please contact a member of our strategic advisory team at firstname.lastname@example.org.