Collection House Limited (ASX: CLH) is Australia’s leading end-to-end receivables management company. We provide solutions to organisations and individuals that span the entire credit management lifecycle and beyond.
We enjoy strong business relationships with major Australian and international banks, financial institutions, large corporations, local Councils, public utilities, SMEs, and Government agencies.
With more than 850 staff in offices across Brisbane, Sydney, Victoria, New Zealand and the Philippines, the Collection House Group offers stakeholders a range of professional, ethical and effective products and services.
Our ongoing success is a result of the breadth of our service offering, our deeply ingrained approach to ethical debt recovery, and our commitment to technology to continually evolve our service and capabilities.
Business process outsourcing
Legal and insolvency services
Credit management training
Banking and finance
Federal and State Government
Utilities – power & water
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Collection House (CLH:ASX) is pleased to announce that it has reached a binding agreement to acquire the entire Purchase Debt Ledger (PDL) and other selected assets (including plant & equipment, intellectual property and the Sydney lease) from ACM Group Limited.
Collection House increases CEO Salary as part of ongoing remuneration review. Following positive half year results and the finalisation of an external remuneration review undertaken by PwC, the Board of receivables management group Collection House Limited (ASX:CLH) has today announced that the base salary of Chief Executive Officer Anthony Rivas has been increased to $470,475 per annum (excluding superannuation).
Collection House Limited (“the Company” or “the Group”) ASX Code: CLH, is pleased to release its financial results for the year ended 30 June 2019. Total revenue was $161.1 million up 12% on the previous corresponding period and consolidated Net Profit after Tax (“NPAT”) was up 18% to $30.7 million. A number of factors caused the business to deliver slightly lower than expected underlying cash results for the year. As expected, the impact of these factors has eased and the underlying cash performance since the start of FY20 has significantly improved.