Recent initiatives, like the ELFA Women’s Council, have made great strides toward achieving gender equity in equipment finance, but we’re not there yet. Six influential women share their thoughts on the work that lies ahead. ... read more
On November 6, nearly 100 equipment finance and leasing professionals came together at the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia for Monitor’s inaugural conference, Equipment Finance Disrupted+.... read more
Rob Hoysgaard from Corcentric discusses financing alternative fuel vehicles. Financing the latest round of technological innovation is following the historic pattern of financing any new technology.... read more
The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 (SBRA) — which was recently signed into law and is set to take effect on February 20, 2020 — stands among the most significant amendments to the United States Bankruptcy Code in more than a decade. Prepare to confront new procedures, new issues and an entirely new subchapter V to Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. The SBRA portends a shift in small business bankruptcy practice.... read more
The size and market share of independent finance and leasing firms will fluctuate with the economic cycle, but the sector will always play an important role in the industry. Our industry’s $1 trillion size combined with the wide variety of equipment users’ requirements, creates multiple segments and a plethora of opportunities for creative entrepreneurs to disrupt and innovate.... read more
Patrick Gaskins, Vice President of Financial Services, Corcentric Capital Equipment Solutions
The first step in developing a long-term equipment financing strategy is to identify all of the fixed and variable costs associated with operating your current fleet. Patrick Gaskins of Corcentric recommends developing a spend analysis to identify current and future potential purchases.