Atradius turns 95

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Today marks the 95th anniversary of Atradius, a date recognised by the Management Board as a significant milestone in the company’s history.

On 3 July 1925, NCM was founded in the Netherlands - the first of many local and international businesses that eventually became part of what is now Atradius. We have come a long way since our foundation. Today we are a multinational group with offices around the world. We recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of Atradius México, 90 years of Crédito y Caución in Spain, and now, 95 years in the Netherlands.

Atradius celebrates 95 year history

Whether it be through organic growth, a merger or an acquisition, the hard work and dedication of all the people who have joined our company have made Atradius a special organisation to work for. The commitment shown by our team members to our customers has resulted in Atradius being a trusted provider of credit insurance, bonding and collections services around the world.

Our customers, brokers, agents and other business partners who have joined us over the years have also made this a special journey and we are grateful to them for allowing us to support them as they grow their businesses. We are proud of the relationships we have built with you. Thank you all for travelling with us on this journey and we look forward to celebrating our centennial anniversary with you soon.


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