MONITOR: Last year, many businesses chose to defer equipment acquisitions due to the uncertainty that characterized the year. How did this affect your vendor business in 2016? BERG: We definitely saw deferment of equipment acquisitions in the U.S., with new... read more
Changing market demands are forcing transition in the vendor finance marketplace. What was once a simple sales finance tool used to facilitate the acquisition of capital equipment using firm-term contracts such as leases, loans or equipment finance agreements is now... read more
On January 1, 2020 all aircraft, including business jets, that operate in U.S. airspace will need to have a certified ADS-B out system. Why should you care? As Alexander Craig of AvRisk explains, retrofitting aircraft will cost somewhere from $5,000 to $1 million, which could in turn affect values for leasing and financing.
It is exceptionally vital that equipment leasing companies maintain sound data and implement proper asset tracking strategies. But what types of data are most important and how should it be collected? ECS’ Sinéad Murphy offers some advice.