Athens, 17 April 2019 – Greek receivables management company, EOS Matrix S.A. is now licensed by the Bank of Greece in accordance with the provisions of Law 4354/2015.
The license approval was published in the Government Gazette on 28 March 2019. With this license, which is hold by other 16 companies in Greece, EOS Matrix is able to represent the ultimate beneficiary in all court proceedings, and to collect, negotiate, settle or restructure the claims on their behalf.
The non-performing exposures law requires servicers to adhere to the same consumer standards as Greece’s banks. Consequently, servicers are regulated by the same consumer protection legislation and are required to follow the Banks’ code of conduct.
"To be approved by the Bank of Greece makes us very happy and proud," says Antonios Bayias, Managing Director of EOS Matrix. "With our high quality standards, we always aim to find the best solution for our customers as well as defaulting payers."
EOS Matrix is on the Greek market since 2001. The company has 160 employees and is located in Athens.
EOS Matrix is part of the EOS Group, one of the leading international providers of customized financial services. The EOS Group has a workforce of around 7,500 and more than 60 subsidiaries. Its core business is the purchase of unsecured and secured debt portfolios.
About EOS Matrix S.A.
EOS Matrix S.A. is active in the field of international receivables management: fiduciary collection, debt purchase and business process outsourcing. With tailored services the experts of EOS in Greece create win-win solutions for business customers as well as consumers. The company is located in Athens and has 160 employees.
Find out more about EOS in Greece: https://gr.eos-solutions.com/
About EOS Group
The EOS Group is one of the leading international providers of customized financial services. As a specialist in the evaluation and processing of receivables EOS deploys new technologies to offer its some 20,000 customers in 26 countries financial security through smart services. The company's core business is the purchase of unsecured and secured debt portfolios. Working within an international network of partner companies, the EOS Group has a workforce of around 7,500 and more than 60 subsidiaries, so it can access resources in more than 180 countries. Its key target sectors are banking, utilities, real estate and e-commerce.