Cabot's acquisition of Marlin expands Encore's strong presence in the high-growth
Marlin brings to Cabot over £350 million in Estimated Remaining Collections (ERC), as well as a robust, mature legal collections operation. With this litigation capability, Marlin is highly effective at collecting on non-performing debt, in which consumers have the ability to pay but are unwilling to do so. This is an ideal complement to Cabot's success with collecting on semi-performing debt, where consumers have a high willingness to pay. By leveraging each other's core strengths, Cabot and Marlin will expand their ability to collect on their respective portfolios, potentially creating a substantial uplift in ERC for current portfolios and generating additional liquidation on future purchases.
The acquisition will also accelerate Cabot's growth into the secondary and tertiary asset classes, further expanding the addressable market. In addition, Encore, Cabot and Marlin have the opportunity to create further operational efficiencies by applying industry expertise and sharing their best practices in analytics, systems and technology, and a deep understanding of consumers.
"We are excited about the possibilities afforded by this acquisition and the platform for growth it creates in the
Encore also announced that as part of the agreement,
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