Industry veterans Donna Hamel and Ken Elliott joined the Dext Capital team as vice president of Capital Markets and vice president of Sales, respectively. read more
APR 23, 2019 - 6:55 am
Encina Equipment Finance provided a $20 million capital lease facility to a healthcare services company. read more
APR 23, 2019 - 6:50 am
Merchants Bank and The First National Bank of Northfield have reached a definitive agreement for Merchants to acquire Northfield. read more
APR 23, 2019 - 6:40 am
M&T Bank's Commercial Equipment Finance Group provided tax equity financing to support Duke Energy Renewables’ acquisition of the 150-megawatt North Rosamond solar project from Clearway Energy Group. read more
APR 23, 2019 - 6:30 am
Crossroads Equipment Lease and Finance has added Russell Keys as director of Business Development – Transportation Finance and Pat Clemens as director of Business Development – Structured Finance on the Direct Sales team. read more
APR 22, 2019 - 7:00 am
GECAS agreed to sell 20 in-production Boeing and Airbus narrow-bodies to START II in its STARR 2019-1 agreement. The sale closed with an affiliate of Oz Management acting as dedicated asset manager. read more
APR 22, 2019 - 6:55 am
Business continues to hold steady or even improve in equipment finance, as the Top 25 Private Independents reported $7,504.5 million in new business volume for 2018, topping a record-setting 2017 with a growth of 17.2% year-over-year. Four companies achieved volume... read more
Various common types of transactions in our industry result in equipment leasing and finance companies acquiring interests in transactions that are outside the primary states in which they are located. Some examples include the very active market pursuant to which... read more
2018 saw the dialogue surrounding electric vehicles continue among both regular consumers and professional drivers. But according to Fleet Advantage’s Brian Holland, while electrification may become possible somewhere down the road, for now, many in the trucking industry remain dedicated to improving their diesel fleets.
With wild swings in financial markets, the political landscape changing worldwide, oil production through the roof and the U.S. Federal Reserve increasing interest rates, how should a company adjust its asset financing structures to contend with the uncertainty? Corcentric’s Pat Gaskins suggests using a dynamic financing model that can account for unexpected change over the asset life cycle.