Intrum increases aggregate nominal amount on existing MTN framework and publishes an updated prospectus

Intrum is today publishing an updated prospectus (in Swedish) for their Medium Term Note (MTN) programme, which enables the company to issue bonds in the Swedish market. The aggregate nominal amount for the MTN programme has been increased from SEK 5 billion to SEK 10 billion.

The Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority has today approved and registered the updated prospectus. The updated prospectus can be downloaded from Intrum's website.

For further information, please contact:
Emil Folkesson, Group Treasury Director
tel: +46 8 546 102 02

emil.folkesson@intrum.com

Intrum is the industry-leading provider of Credit Management Services with a presence in 24 markets in Europe. Intrum helps companies prosper by offering solutions designed to improve cash flows and long-term profitability and by caring for their customers. To ensure that individuals and companies get the support they need to become free from debt is one important part of the company’s mission. Intrum has circa 10,000 dedicated professionals who serve around 80,000 companies across Europe. In 2019, revenues amounted to SEK 16.0 billion. Intrum is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden and the Intrum share is listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm exchange. For further information, please visit www.intrum.com.

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Intrum is the industry-leading provider of Credit Management Services with a presence in 24 markets in Europe. Intrum helps companies prosper by offering solutions designed to improve cash flows and long-term profitability and by caring for their customers. To ensure that individuals and companies get the support they need to become free from debt is one important part of the company’s mission. Intrum has circa 10,000 dedicated professionals who serve around 80,000 companies across Europe. In 2018, revenues amounted to SEK 13.4 billion. Intrum is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden and the Intrum share is listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm exchange. For further information, please visit www.intrum.com.

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