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Playing the Ant to the Grasshopper: Asset Managers Look Ahead to the Future

With optimism remaining sky-high nine years into an economic recovery, it’s part of an asset manager’s job to make sure companies don’t suddenly plummet back to earth. Monitor sat down with Carl Chrappa of The Alta Group and Kevin Sensenbrenner of Stonebriar Commercial Finance to discuss their outlook on the year ahead and the ways asset managers can help lessors protect themselves for the inevitable downturn. ... read more

ELFA Survey Forecasts Construction, Trucks as Leading Sectors in 2019

A new report from the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association, What's Hot/What's Not: Equipment Market Forecast 2019, reveals industry perceptions of 15 equipment markets based on a survey of ELFA members. read more

Tariffs and Taxes: Impacts on Equipment Leasing

What do tariffs and tax reform mean for the equipment finance industry? Carl C. Chrappa and Shawn D. Halladay investigate the ramifications of recently enacted or threatened tariffs and explore the silver lining of tax reform that will encourage customers to lease.... read more

Alta: Accounting for Residual Write-Downs at Equip Management Conference

Shawn Halladay, The Alta Group’s director of professional development, will be one of the presenters at the Equipment Management Conference in St. Petersburg, FL later this month. read more

ELFA: Construction Equipment Leads Hottest Equipment Sectors

According to a survey of ELFA member asset managers and consultants, the hottest equipment sectors in 2017 are construction, medical, machine tools, high-tech/computer, plastics and trucks/trailers. read more

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