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tick The gloom surrounding the economic outlook has started to lift, prompting greater demand for financing. In the aftermath of the financial crisis, our previous surveys suggested real improvements were on their way, starting in the US, where leasing new business volumes began to edge towards new highs.
tick Business volume has been on the increase in Europe. While traditional markets such as Australia have seen subdued asset finance volumes in recent times, there has been strong growth in China.
tick The financial sector has seen regulations tightened, including stringent new rules on tax and on the use of capital. The International Accounting Standards Board and the US Financial Accounting Standard Board have both published new standards, although with some differences in approach.
tick Brazil has seen its leasing market decline throughout 2014 and 2015, with no sign of an immediate turnaround, despite the investment in major infrastructure projects ahead of this summer’s Olympic games.
tick The outlook for the auto and asset finance sector remains positive. While forecasts for the remainder of 2016 have been trimmed, they have not been cut so savagely as to threaten the sector’s continued recovery.
tick FULL SUMMARY OF FINDINGS - SEE PAGE 4 OF THE SURVEY
 
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  • John Bills, director Australian Equipment Leasing Association 
  • Deirdre Borrego, senior vice president J.D. Power
  • Nidhi Bothra, executive vice president Vinod Kothari Consultants
  • Rafael Castillo-Triana, CEO The Alta Group Latin American Region
  • Bill Choi, vice president of research and industry services Equipment Leasing and Finance Association 
  • Richard Cordray, director Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Amy Crews Cutts, chief economist Equifax
  • Enrico Duranti, chair Leaseurope
  • Paul Errington, CEO Connaught Finance Investments
  • Valerie Hayes Jester, president Brandywine Capital Associates
  • Jason Laky, senior vice president TransUnion
  • Hugh Lander, chief executive officer BOQ Finance, Bank of Queensland
  • Kai-Otto Landwehr, CEO Siemens Financial Services
  • Kai Ostermann, CEO Deutsche Leasing Group
  • Ralph Petta, CEO and president Equipment Leasing and Finance Association 
  • Bill Phelan, president PayNet
  • Tim Russi, president of auto finance Ally
  • Richard Ryan, EMEA partner Invigors
  • Hugh Swandel, managing director The Alta Group in Canada
  • Steven Szakaly, chief economist National Automobile Dealers Association 
  • Melinda Zabritski, senior director of automotive credit Experian Automotive.

 

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