Global vendor finance company DLL received the 2019 Vendor Finance Provider Award from Leasing Life, one of the top leasing industry journals in Europe, during the 15th Leasing Life Conference & Awards in Barcelona, Spain.
For its 15th edition, the Leasing Life Conference and Awards moved to Barcelona to bring together asset finance professionals and industry experts for an active discussion on the key issues facing the leasing industry.
After an intense selection procedure by a jury of experts with longstanding experience in the European asset finance industry, DLL was appointed Vendor Finance Provider award winner.
The award recognizes an asset finance lessor that has worked in conjunction with a manufacturer to provide tailored asset finance solutions at the point of sale. The essence of success is building strong and successful partnerships that add clear value to both sides. This is the third time in the past four years that DLL has been recognized with this award, which is a validation of its strategy.
The jury commented, “Our winner is a clear global leader with a unique dedicated focus on the sector, showing not just current capability, but a clear eye to future sector needs.”
Bill Stephenson, CEO and chairman of the executive board of DLL, said, “We are very proud that our expertise in vendor finance continues to be recognized by our industry peers. The award is particularly special this year, as we celebrate DLL’s 50th Anniversary. Our company has been built on a foundation of partnership and an understanding that our success is directly connected to helping our partners realize their strategic ambitions. To that point, I want to thank the manufacturers, distributors and dealers that choose to do business with DLL around the world. This award is for them.”
Founded in 1969 and headquartered in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, DLL is a global vendor finance company with more than €30 billion ($33 billion) in assets. DLL provides asset-based financial solutions in the agriculture, food, healthcare, clean technology, construction, transportation, industrial, office equipment and technology industries.
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