The Coface difference, know more, grow more

The top 10 reasons to choose Coface Credit Insurance

A solid partner. Rated AA – by Fitch and A2 by Moody’s

An incomparable international network. We are present in 100 countries, ensuring proximity to you

Dedicated teams. For a personalised service that meets your needs

Tailor-made solutions. Flexible and adapted to the size of your business, industry and strategy

An extended information database on companies. Updated daily by 50 information centres worldwide

Quality risk analysis. With 340 experts in 44 countries who analyse risks continuously. Actors in the field and specialised by sectors, they make decisions as close to the risk as possible

Effective debt recovery service. With 230 specialised staff & an extensive international network of partners operating in 200 countries

Complementary services. CofaNet Policy Master and CofaNet Cash Master improve and simplify invoice tracking and facilitate access to financing

A complete online management system. Which is user-friendly & secure to help manage your credit insurance policy: CofaNet Essentials

Digital innovation at your service. CofaMove, a smartphone app to manage your risks anytime, anywhere, and CofaServe, to connect your credit management tools to ours

Sign up for the latest news

Blog

Five risks of emerging from lockdown

Compounding the tragic loss of life and the impact on our physical and mental health, the coronavirus has exacted a painful toll on livelihoods and the economy.

View Blog
Blog

The Government Guarantee for Trade Credit Insurance 13 May 2020

Many may have seen the welcomed announcement by the Government on their intended support to the UK Credit Insurance Industry. We are actively participating with the ABI and government representatives but it is difficult to

View Blog
Blog

5 ways your business can make use of ‘lockdown’

The coronavirus lockdown is turning into an endurance test for everyone but it is especially difficult for the business community who must contend with the financial shock caused by the enforced interruption of trade and the conti

View Blog