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Monitor Offices Closed for Thanksgiving

The Monitor and offices will be closed on Thursday, November 28 and Friday, November 29 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. read more

Monitor Conference Photo Gallery

The Monitor's first conference, Equipment Finance Disrupted+, offered plenty of opportunities for attendees to chat, interact and network with fellow equipment finance professionals and conference panelists. read more

Greasing the Wheel: Bank Leasing Companies: Our First “Sale” is to Our Banking Teammates

Kenneth Gates

“Why do I need you?” The wording may be different each time the question is asked, but it translates to a clear request for an explanation of value. That the question is being asked by our banking colleagues is an... read more

10 Years as “Nom de Plume” Dexter Van Dango

2019 marks the tenth year I have contributed to the Monitor 100 publication. Indulge me, if you will, by allowing me to look back over the past decade to reminisce over what I have written about for the past ten Monitor 100 issues, taking another look at the road we traveled together.... read more

Monitor 100 Demographics… Denoting a Dramatic Decade: What Does That Have to do With Destiny?

The 2019 Monitor 100 showcases the leading equipment leasing and finance companies reflecting their fiscal year end 2018 data. The leasing industry has enjoyed a remarkable renaissance since the Great Recession of 2008.The 28th annual list of Monitor 100 companies reported $514.1 billion in net assets, $201.1 billion in originations and 28,666 employees.... read more

EXCLUSIVE: Santander Bank Exits Equipment Finance

Monitor has learned from reliable industry sources that Santander Bank, in an effort to drive capital savings and core C&I, is planning to exit the equipment finance industry in the U.S. read more

Monitor to Host Conference on Industry Disruption in Philadelphia

Monitor’s inaugural industry conference, “Staying Ahead of Industry Disruption: Equipment Finance Technology & Trends,” featuring keynote speaker Deborah Reuben, will be held November 6 in Philadelphia. read more

Monitor Offices Closed for Labor Day

The Monitor offices will be closed after 1:00 PM on Friday, August 30, until Tuesday, September 3, in observance of Labor Day. read more

Monitor 100 Digital Goes Live Today!

The digital edition of our most highly anticipated issue, the Monitor 100, is going live later today! read more

Monitor 100 Digital is Coming! Are You a Subscriber?

Monitor announced recently that its annual Monitor 100 issue will be arriving in mailboxes soon, which will be followed by the launch of the new Monitor 100 digital issue. read more

Monitor to Observe July 4th Holiday

The Monitor and office will be closed on Thursday, July 4 and Friday, July 5 in observance of Independence Day. The morning e-newsletter on July 5 will run as scheduled. read more

MonitorDaily Launches New Website

As part of its year-long refresh and rebranding, Monitor is proud to announce the launch of its new website! read more

Introducing the New Monitor 100

The Annual Monitor 100 is coming in June, and it’s better than ever, including new design, new content and new advertising opportunities! read more

The Last Interview: Former Monitor Publisher Jerry Parrotto Sits for the First Time as an Interviewee

Retired editor and publisher, Jerry Parrotto, was in the offices of the Monitor for a visit, perhaps wanting to get his ‘snow fix’ from the Philadelphia suburbs before traveling back to Florida. Monitor Editorial Board member David Wiener caught up with Jerry before he headed south again.... read more

Monitor Offices Closed Presidents’ Day

The Monitor offices will be closed Monday, February 18 in observance of Presidents’ Day. read more

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