The Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation launched a redesigned website. The site provides resources to connect with donors, academics, students and stakeholders in the $1 trillion commercial equipment finance industry. The new site includes academic programs and research opportunities, as well as simplified download capability for all Foundation Research Library content.
Visitors to the site will also find upgraded search and navigation functionality for easier access to information:
Under Industry Resources, regularly released research reports are compiled, including the Equipment Leasing & Finance Industry U.S. Economic Outlook, the monthly Foundation-Keybridge U.S. Equipment & Software Investment Momentum Monitor and the Monthly Confidence Index for the Equipment Finance Industry (MCI-EFI).
The Giving section has been expanded to support the foundation’s outreach and recognition of donors whose generous contributions provide the funding to develop all foundation resources.
Academic Programs has resources that inspire innovation and contribute to the betterment of the equipment finance industry, including research grants, the Guest Lecture Program, statistical databases and a new Internship Center designed to connect students with equipment finance organizations offering internship opportunities.
Visitors have free access to all foundation releases in the Research Library.
“We wanted the foundation website to reflect the organization’s expanded mission,” said Bill Verhelle, chairman, Equipment Leasing and Finance Foundation. “The foundation is supported by a committed group of industry volunteers, and by individual and corporate charitable donors. We greatly appreciate the generosity of our volunteers and donors,”
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