The average amount of non-performing debts of Bulgarians has increased for another year, this time increasing by 22%. According to ACABG, the debt in Bulgaria in 2016 is 912 BGN against 747 BGN in 2015. In the previous 2014, this indicator is only 485 leva.

There are no significant changes in the allocation of debt collection assignors in 2016 - nearly half of the debt traded by collectors comes from the banks, and 30% from telecoms. Third come the non-bank lending institutions, most often offering the so-called "Fast" loans, with 20% of the assigned debt.