At Fabit, we believe that you can achieve a lot by talking to each other. That’s why we’ve teamed up with partners. Together, we are making financial education in Fabit even more comprehensive and working towards our mission of financial literacy.

As a pioneer in customer-friendly and digital receivables management in B2B and B2C, atriga, together with other companies in the group, supports more than 25,000 clients worldwide. The company’s own IT research and development department stands for groundbreaking innovation and leads corporations and companies of all sizes and industries ‘TOTALLY DIGITAL’ into the 21st century.

Internationally active groups and companies from a wide range of industries (e.g. insurance, banking, e-commerce, healthcare, real estate, logistics, public transport, payment, telecommunications, publishing, mail order, utilities) value atriga’s comprehensive expertise, especially in the areas of receivables management, debt collection, law, software development and data protection.

atriga is a contractual partner of SCHUFA and most credit agencies, a member of Bundesverband Credit Management e.V. (BvCM), in the Federal Association of German Debt Collection Companies e.V. (BDIU), in the Society for Data Protection and Data Security e.V. (GDD) and in the Federal Association of Service Providers for Online Providers e.V. (BDOA).

atriga is a founding member of the e-commerce guide of the ibi research institute at the University of Regensburg.

Simple. Flexible. Digital.
That’s coeo.

Invoice overlooked? Underestimated expenses? Lost track of everything?
A financial bottleneck can have many causes – coeo’s goal is to mediate between the parties involved as a neutral partner and find a solution.

Our clients usually come from the e-commerce, energy, telecommunications or insurance sectors. They have sold goods or services to their customers and, in the course of non-payment of the invoice, have commissioned coeo to pursue the outstanding claim.

At coeo, we now look for the optimal solution for both sides, our client and his customer. To do this, we employ a number of debt collection experts, but also offer comprehensive digital services with many payment methods and options for a personal approach to a solution. In the best case scenario, the result at the end of our joint journey is a balanced claim and a happy customer who can once again shop with our client without worries.

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The D.I.B. Deutsche Insolvenz- und Schuldnerberatung e.V. (D.I.B. e.V.) is a state-approved debtor and insolvency counseling center.

Experienced and competent employees of the D.I.B. e.V. stand by with empathy, expertise and social competence when people want to free themselves from their debts. They accompany them on the path to residual debt discharge. With the residual debt discharge, the legislator gives honest debtors the chance to make a new economic start after consumer insolvency or private insolvency proceedings. They should not have to pay off debts all their lives if they act honestly and reliably during their consumer insolvency and fulfill their obligations. If the court grants this exemption, debtors no longer have to repay the remaining outstanding debts.

Today, D.I.B. e.V. helps around 200 people seeking advice to overcome their financial worries each year in permanent and temporary advice centers and in three prisons.

The volunteers of D.I.B. e.V. are active in the federal states of Brandenburg and Berlin. In cases of special health and physical impairment, home visits are also carried out.

PAIR Finance is the leading fintech for debt collection and receivables management in Germany. The company is transforming the debt collection industry by making receivables management sustainable, digital, efficient and customer-oriented. With the help of artificial intelligence, behavioral analytics and data science, PAIR Finance recovers lost revenue from unpaid invoices. More than 300 companies from a wide range of industries are already working successfully with the collection solution for the digital age, including Zalando, Klarna, Home24 and Sixt. The fast-growing company, which was founded in Berlin in 2016, has around 160 experienced employees at its corporate locations in Berlin and Vienna and is led by founder and CEO Stephan Stricker.

Stiftung Rechnen is committed to increasing mathematical skills in our society. Along with reading and writing, numeracy is one of the most important skills we learn. Math is everywhere – Stiftung Rechnen shows how math shapes our lives and creates positive math experiences through various initiatives.

Stiftung Rechnen provides impulses on how we can successfully shape our everyday lives with mathematics. Through its support initiatives in education, science and research, it aims to strengthen numeracy in society, motivate people to actively engage with mathematical tasks and thus create the necessary foundations for successful private household management and professional qualifications. The latest initiative, fiuse – “finance yourself,” is an innovative youth initiative centered around the topic of finance and digital education that strikes a chord in society and meets young people’s need for more financial education.