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Survey: Corporations in Debt Default on the Rise

Reuters reported corporations are expected to default on debt at higher rates as economic growth drops and political trouble increase, according to an International Association of Credit Portfolio Managers survey. read more

Credit vs. Sales: The Battle for Approvals

Linda Kester explores the interplay between sales and credit departments. Taking a lesson from her own early experiences as a salesperson, she discusses common misconceptions the departments have about each other and shares methods for creating the synergy essential for success.... read more

Chasing Crooks: Successor Liability and Transfers of Trust

Attorney Ken Weinberg teaches equipment lessors how to protect their companies from crooks, particularly those who enter into a legitimate transaction only to later attempt to defraud creditors by transferring assets from an original lessor to another entity.... read more

Undue Diligence: Using the Recent Past to Inform Equipment Finance Deals in the Future

Barry S. Marks

Reprinted with the permission of Barry S. Marks and LEAN I remember the day one of my kids asked what it was like in the Great Depression. After assuring them I was not that old, I told them to ask... read more

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