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Your participation will provide you with the insight to make quick, sound decisions.

The only survey of its kind in the US/Europe, this resource allows participants to advance the collective knowledge of global credit professionals by sharing real-time credit and collection experiences. The survey is open to all credit and risk management professionals but members have the additional benefit of reviewing historical benchmarks in the survey archives.

FCIB’s Credit & Collections Survey of Central America and Mexico is now closed.

Last month's survey covered the South American countries of • Guatemala • Honduras • Mexico • Panama • Trinidad & Tobago

The survey ended on May 5th.


See schedule below

Each month, FCIB furnishes the invaluable results from the only global survey of its kind -- benchmarking payment trends and collection experience from select countries by region. The unique survey results, in conjunction with the invaluable archived data, give FCIB's members critical insight into current and past global credit practices.

The short, easy-to-answer, survey asks credit and risk management professionals to share their real-time credit and collection experiences within particular regions of the world.

Participants not only get instant access to the tabulated results, but also advance the collective knowledge of all global credit professionals.

Surveys are conducted on selected countries, based on member feedback, within the following regions:

  • Eastern Europe
  • Western Europe
  • Africa
  • The Middle East
  • Asia
  • North America & Oceania
  • South America
  • Central America

2016 International Credit & Collections Survey

January Eastern Europe
February Middle East
March Asia
April South America
May Western Europe
June Africa
July North America & Oceania
August South America
September Asia
October Middle East
November Eastern Europe
December Africa