Credit Corp Group

Our core business specialises in debt purchase and debt collection services. We purchase past-due consumer and small business debts from major banks, finance companies, telecommunication companies and utility providers in Australia, New Zealand and the United States of America.

We are committed to providing sustainable financial solutions delivered responsibly. We work with our customers to agree affordable repayments which improve their credit standing over time while ensuring they can remain active in the community.

At Credit Corp, we set operational standards at levels significantly above minimum legal requirements. We have a strong compliance culture supported by a control framework to ensure that we adhere to the standards we have set for ourselves. We openly engage with consumer stakeholders and regulators for ongoing feedback and assistance. This includes a long-term partnership with Kildonan Uniting Care to promote respectful engagement with consumers and the proactive recognition and management of financial hardship.

Our lending business, responsibly delivers sustainable loans at market-leading fee and interest rates to a consumer segment where choices are limited.

Credit Corp has been listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX code: CCP) since 2000 and is an established and reputable service provider.  

Latest Media Releases

Credit Corp, 2018 AGM Chairman's Address

01/11/2018 12:24:00

Credit Corp continued its record of consistently strong performance in 2018, posting a 17 per cent increase in net profit for the year, our tenth consecutive year of growth. Over the last three yea…

Latest News

Company News / by Anna Napoli - 2 months ago

COVID-19 costs hit Credit Corp (ASX:CCP)

13 Jul 2020 - Debt collector Credit Corp expects to report a financial 2020 profit between $75 million to $80 million before the impairment cost on purchased debt ledger assets and…

Market Reports / by Rachael Jones - A year ago

Telstra up 7.8%: ASX closes 0.5% lower

29 Jan 2019 - The ASX failed to make major gains throughout the day and closed 0.5% lower or 31 points down to 5874. Telco services were leading the index today. Healthcare was the…