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Vendor Finance: The More It Changes, the More It Stays the Same

Vendor finance has seen cycles of both innovation and stagnation, and Dexter Van Dango has worked and written about the industry long enough to see it all. While he views the current landscape as stale, he also sees the most exciting advancements occurring within the independent space, rather than with banks.... read more

Disruptive Forces: Fintech, AI and the Power of Teamwork

Dexter Van Dango sees the future as a synthesis of the past and present as companies develop new technology to adapt some old-fashioned teamwork. He believes equipment finance and leasing companies should take advantage of not only collaborative work models but the agility fintechs and artificial intelligence will continue to offer them.... read more

The Next Generation of Customer Service: Serving Clients When, Where & How They Want to be Served

Customer service departments were originally designed to serve traditionalists and baby boomers. But the service-with-a-smile via a toll-free number that satisfied these customers just won’t cut it for millennials and Generation Z. Dexter Van Dango explores this digital disruption and offers practical steps toward anticipating the needs of every customer.... read more

Anticipating the Inevitable: When Will the Economic Expansion End?

Monitor has reported on six U.S. recessions during its 44 years in print. On the wings of the second-longest economic expansion in U.S. history, Dexter Van Dango asks the question lingering in the back of our minds: When will the next recession hit?... read more

Equipment Finance 2.0: This is Not Your Father’s Leasing Company

Long gone are the days when asset managers relied on Green Guides and paper documents were stored in fireproof filing cabinets. Dexter Van Dango examines data-driven processes, blockchain technology and the demise of traditionally documented transactions. He urges equipment finance companies to challenge their thinking about all aspects of the business before they are left behind.... read more

Skillful Sailing: Extraordinary Performance Driven by Cultural Winds

The culture of a company — the invisible force that determines vision and values — will ultimately determine its success or failure. Dexter Van Dango embarks on an expedition to uncover the power of culture. He examines recent cultural breakdowns that made headlines and shares insights from equipment finance leaders on the impact of corporate culture on their organizations.... read more

The Uberization of Vendor Finance: Customer Demands Force Reassessment of Vendor Program Agreements

As the industry evolves from providing standard equipment leases and loans to more managed solution transactions, standard vendor program agreements may no longer be up to the job. Dexter Van Dango examines this trend, which may relegate the hell-or-high-water clause to the history books.... read more

Dexter’s TOP Picks for 2017: Fintech Acquisitions, Interest Rate Hikes and Swift Political Action

In his annual TOP Picks article, Dexter Van Dango looks back at his “foolish” predictions for 2016 and lays out his trends, observations and predictions for the year ahead. He anticipates several interest rate hikes, a rush for big banks to acquire rising fintechs and decisive political action from a Republicancontrolled Federal government.... read more

Dodd-Frankenstein Repercussions: Will Increased Regulatory Oversight Force Banks to Exit Vendor Finance?

Dexter Van Dango looks at the evolving role of bank-owned equipment finance companies in the vendor channel. While banks have traditionally dominated vendor finance, many independents have entered the space by offering greater flexibility. Banks still have the advantage of lower cost of funds. Will that be enough to keep up with the competition?... read more

Dexter’s TOP Picks for 2016: A Fintech Future, Security Breaches and “Super Duper” Banks

Mystery writer Dexter Van Dango reviews the accuracy of his 2015 predictions, which weren’t miles away from the mark. Dusting off his crystal ball for the top picks of 2016, he foresees a major security breach, flat profitability, the emergence of the next 800-pound gorilla, a merger that results in a super duper bank and a lending landscape shaped by fintech.... read more

Battling Margin Pressures

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In mid-September I read an article on American Banker about the “Winners and Losers on CIT’s OneWest Deal.” There were some interesting conclusions drawn by the writer. For example, CIT Group CEO John Thain was listed as a winner because... read more

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