Factoring in 2012: a significant growth (+7.6%), but a slowdown is confirmed

Over 2012 as a whole, factoring transactions were up by +7.6% versus last year, with 186.5Bn euros.

Such a growth rate remains meaningful against the prevailing economic backdrop, but however mirrors a slowdown in activity. For the first time since the 2010 rebound, annual growth is below 10%.




           Annual production *
           Gap versus last year

           Production* - Billions of euros
           Quarterly data over a sliding year
Affacturage 2012        
  * Amount of claims taken over.


Source: ASF

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