Encore Capital Group Inc Revenue 2006-2019 | ECPG

Encore Capital Group Inc revenue from 2006 to 2019. Revenue can be defined as the amount of money a company receives from its customers in exchange for the sales of goods or services. Revenue is the top line item on an income statement from which all costs and expenses are subtracted to arrive at net income.
Encore Capital Group Inc Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2018 $1,362
2017 $1,187
2016 $1,029
2015 $1,130
2014 $1,043
2013 $773
2012 $557
2011 $449
2010 $364
2009 $316
2008 $256
2007 $254
2006 $255
2005 $222
Encore Capital Group Inc Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
Q2 2019 $347
Q1 2019 $347
Q4 2018 $349
Q3 2018 $337
Q2 2018 $350
Q1 2018 $327
Q4 2017 $317
Q3 2017 $307
Q2 2017 $291
Q1 2017 $272
Q4 2016 $271
Q3 2016 $179
Q2 2016 $289
Q1 2016 $289
Q4 2015 $291
Q3 2015 $279
Q2 2015 $283
Q1 2015 $278
Q4 2014 $247
Q3 2014 $273
Q2 2014 $269
Q1 2014 $254
Q4 2013 $237
Q3 2013 $236
Q2 2013 $156
Q1 2013 $145
Q4 2012 $143
Q3 2012 $145
Q2 2012 $142
Q1 2012 $126
Q4 2011 $112
Q3 2011 $116
Q2 2011 $111
Q1 2011 $110
Q4 2010 $83
Q3 2010 $98
Q2 2010 $96
Q1 2010 $87
Q4 2009 $82
Q3 2009 $80
Q2 2009 $78
Q1 2009 $76
Q4 2008 $52
Q3 2008 $66
Q2 2008 $70
Q1 2008 $68
Q4 2007 $59
Q3 2007 $63
Q2 2007 $67
Q1 2007 $65
Q4 2006 $68
Q3 2006 $61
Q2 2006 $66
Q1 2006 $60
Q4 2005 $58
Q3 2005 $59
Q2 2005 $54
Q1 2005 $50
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Finance Finance - Consumer Loands $1.069B $1.362B
Encore Capital Group is a leading provider of debt management and recovery solutions for consumers and property owners across a broad range of assets. Through its subsidiaries, the company purchases portfolios of consumer receivables from major banks, credit unions, and utility providers, and partners with individuals as they repay their obligations and work toward financial recovery. Through its Propel Financial Services subsidiary, the company assists property owners who are delinquent on their property taxes by structuring affordable monthly payment plans. Encore's success and future growth are driven by its sophisticated and widespread use of analytics, its broad investments in data and behavioral science, the significant cost advantages provided by its highly-efficient operating model and proven investment strategy, and the company's demonstrated commitment to conducting business ethically and in ways that support its consumers' financial recovery.
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