BB&T Equipment Finance: The Road to Reinvention

In February of this year, BB&T announced that Tom Jaschik would succeed Joel Rutledge as president of BB&T Equipment Finance. In the following, Jaschik shares his vision for the future.... read more

Capital One Equipment Leasing & Finance

Two years after his company was picked up by Capital One as part of its North Fork acquisition, All Point Capital’s president, Walter Rabin, discusses how things have changed.... read more

CoActiv Capital Partners: Getting to the Same Place

With Marubeni’s acquisition of Partners Equity Capital, longtime partners Steve Grosso and Don Campbell find themselves at the helm of a leasing powerhouse — CoActiv Capital Partners.... read more

1st Source Specialty Finance: Strength in Niches

1st Source Specialty Finance’s President Allen Qualey sees specialization as the key to weathering the ups & downs.... read more

Alter Moneta: Ten Years & Counting

Alter Moneta’s CEO Alain Savard & General Manager Mark Lempko discuss the company’s continued expansion as it celebrates its tenth anniversary.... read more

De Lage Landen Financial Services: A Man of the World

Marc Cootjans, Group COO of De Lage Landen Financial Services reflects on his first year in the United States.... read more

AIG Equipment Finance

William G. Farrell Jr., President and CEO of AIG Commercial Equipment Finance, is no stranger to launching equipment leasing companies from the ground up.... read more

Not Too Big To Fail

As a villain called greed has taken over the marketplace, inserting itself into our daily lives and creating havoc among all industries, it’s time to seek support from other countries to help fix the problem. According to Dale Kluga, in this global economy, looking toward worldwide help may be the only thing to do to keep our heads above water.... read more

The Medallion Financial Story

Seventy years ago, a Polish immigrant named Leon Murstein bought a single taxicab and started the company that would become Medallion Financial. Today, with nearly $1 billion worth of loans under its belt, this family business is still about making dreams come true one taxicab at a time.... read more

Alternative Funding Strategies in Light of Vanishing Credit Markets

After he spoke at the ELFA-IMN investor conference, the Monitor sat down with Rick Wolfert of Aquiline Capital Partners in New York, a private equity firm with $1.1 billion in capital commitments. Although he emphasizes the dislocation of the credit markets, Wolfert remains positive, saying that opportunities are just as attractive as they always were for companies with capital and liquidity.... read more

Industry Leaders Brace for a One-Two Punch: Issuers Must Consider New ‘What-If’ Scenarios

At the recent ELFA-IMN investor conference, many leasing and finance industry professionals talked about the market’s current status while those now operating on the investor side noted they’ve never seen anything like what the industry is now facing. All that anyone can do is consider new scenarios as they present themselves.... read more

Insurance for Leasing Companies Shouldn’t Only Cover Assets

Insurance in the leasing and financing industry isn’t only for safeguarding assets. So how do you know you’re protecting what needs to be covered in your company? Swandel and Associates’ Murray Derraugh provides an overview of insurance and then delves deeper into what is absolutely necessary for a lessor.... read more

New Opportunities for the Leasing Industry

President Bush and Congress have now forged the 2008 Economic Stimulus Act (ESA) to aid both individuals and companies through the current credit crisis. In this issue, Bill Bosco discusses the effects of the ESA on the leasing and financing industry.... read more

Revised Article 9: Refinancings, Consolidations & Renewals of Purchase-Money Security Interests

As markets continue to deteriorate in the months to come, it is going to be even more important to understand refinancings, renewals and consolidations of purchase-money security interests. This edition turns the spotlight on existing secured loans as they are refinanced.... read more

Discovery Duties in e-Stored Information

Not sure about your discovery duties when using e-stored information? The Qualcomm case illustrates that applying these general discovery duties in practice may not be as easy as the familiar general “due diligence” requirement suggests. While the ink is drying on the Qualcomm decision, it may be a good time for companies and their counsel to reassess their own case management and discovery procedures in light of the lessons learned.... read more

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