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04/06/2021
Corporate Publications

Universal Registration Document 2020

Coface publishes its 2020 Universal Registration Document and maintains its ambitions and strategy plan to 2023. Download a full copy.

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02/05/2017
Corporate Publications

2016 Activity report

2016, working towards the in-depth transformation of our Group. We aim to make Coface the most agile global credit insurance partner in the industry.

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07/21/2015
Corporate Publications

2014 Activity report

Our IPO (Euronext, Paris) on 27 June 2014 was a success, confirmed subsequently on 22 December by Coface’s listing on the SBF 120 index. Its success proved that investors recognise the soundness of our Strong Commitment strategic plan, our governance, and the quality of our results in recent years.

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05/04/2015
Corporate Publications

What we see in the Asia Pacific region

Coface conducts an annual survey to examine corporate payment trends and experiences in the Asia-Pacific region. In 2014, the survey was conducted in 8 economies – Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan, as well as, for the first time, Thailand. The study revealed some key indicators that showed signs of a slight deterioration.

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01/19/2015
Corporate Publications

Panorama Turkey: Insolvencies

Company insolvencies in Turkey: Rise in exchange rates and slowdown in domestic demand affected payment performance. Impaired profitability made payments difficult. Focus on some sector risks : Metal, Automotive, Food, Chemical, Construction, Retail, Textile & apparel.

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07/11/2013
Corporate Publications

2012 ACTIVITY REPORT

Jean-Marc Pillu, CEO of Coface: "In 2012, we combined further profitability and growth, while continuing to assist our customers"

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04/15/2012
Corporate Publications

2011 Activity report

Jean-Marc Pillu, CEO of Coface: «In 2011, we achieved our goal of refocusing our operations on credit insurance».

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