Portfolio Management

We offer our clients end-to-end solutions across the loan lifecycle.

Who are we?

We are global experts in providing administration and innovative financial services. We have over €80bn of assets under management and over 112,000 loans under management.

Our clients are typically lenders or investors, both traditional and non-traditional, dealing with secured and unsecured credit.

We offer our clients end-to-end solutions across the full loan lifecycle, including non-performing loans (NPL) and performing loans (PL) servicing.

How do we help?

Our clients need to maximise value, minimise risk and protect returns. We can help you find the best possible strategy with our full range of services:

  • Portfolio sourcing
  • Portfolio underwriting (pre-bid) and sourcing
  • Portfolio management
  • Sub and performing loan servicing
  • NPL servicing
  • UTP loan management (with ‘fronting bank’)
  • Real estate services

Contact us to find out more.


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Get in touch

Lisa Burns

Director of Commercial Servicing

Tel: +39 (345) 4360763

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Godfrey Blight

Sales Director, Mortgages

Tel: +44 (0)7824 386 005

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David Campion

Head of Servicing (Italy)

Tel: +39 340 4581 367

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Luigi La Loggia

Senior Manager – Business Development, Investment & Advisory

Tel: +39 334 6270 403

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Alessandro Di Martino

Senior Manager – Business Development and Advisory (Italy)

Tel: +39 342 7903676

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Insights - What we think


Highlights from Global NPL: the servicing panel

The NPL industry has seen a global slowdown in transactions. Banks are now expected to resolve legacy loans ahead of the spike in COVID-related defaults. What does this mean for servicers?

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What you missed at NPL Italy 2021: the UTP panel

Italy’s €55bn unlikely-to-pay (UTP) stock is expected to rise to €60bn in 2021

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What you missed at NPL Italy 2021: the servicing panel

New market reports in Italy predict that NPEs (non-performing exposures) will rise to 389bn in 2021.

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