Monitor Releases Annual Bank 40 Ranking
Published August 17, 2012
Categories: Of Interest
The Monitor Bank 40, our annual ranking of the top bank-affiliated equipment leasing and finance companies in the U.S., has arrived. We’re pleased to report that 2011 proved to be historic in terms of new business volume.
The issue also includes Susan Carol’s piece on De Lage Landen crew members’ year-long odyssey on a clipper ship and how the voyage serves to unite over 5,000 employees in 35 countries. SunGard’s Richard Masulli explains technology’s critical role in achieving growth in the equipment finance industry. And Bill Bosco takes on important questions surrounding accounting convergence now that the FASB and IASB meetings have concluded.
Elsewhere, Peter Humphreys and Evan Kelson of Hogan Lovells return to shed light on the many questions surrounding lease securitizations in the second part of a two-part article, and GE Capital’s Eric Dusch speaks to three factors impacting today’s equipment finance market. After a five-year hiatus, we catch up with 1st Source Bank’s Al Qualey to discuss his unit’s important contribution to that institution.
Regular contributor Linda Kester focuses on the upside of objections. While Ken Weinberg returns to simplify a complex contractual issue.
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