Author Bio

Dexter Van Dango

Senior Executive of Equipment Leasing Industry

Dexter Van Dango is a pen name for a real person who is a senior executive with more than 25 years of experience in the equipment leasing industry. A self-described portly, middle-aged, graying, balding leasing guy in the twilight of a mediocre career, Van Dango will provide occasional insight from the front lines via Monitor.


Posts by Dexter Van Dango

Can Independents and Banks Compete For Business with a Consumption Model?

The traditional equipment finance and leasing business model is changing. It has experienced increased pressure from customers to move to more of a utility/consumption, pay-for-use or anything-as-a-service model. These customer demands have had an impact on many market segments but... read more

COMPARING THE IMPACT: How Does COVID-19 Measure Up to Past Historical Events?

John F. Kennedy once said, “Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” As the global COVID-19 pandemic impacts the economic recovery of the entire world,... read more

The Innovative Interdependence of Independent Lessors

When the world lost famed Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen in late January to a long battle with leukemia, it lost one of the most respected and prolific authors of the past three decades. Christensen, age 67, had written... read more