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tick As the effects of the financial crisis continue to ripple through the economy, lenders and commercial organisations have come to see the corporate belt tightening forced on them as a result of the shortage of available credit as a virtue, rather than a limitation.
tick Austerity has brought with it a focus on value for money which, in the immediate short term, translates into opportunities to offer funding for replacement equipment now reaching capacity.
tick Longer term, contributors indicate finance companies are starting to develop innovative approaches to help companies unlock capital tied up in plant and equipment.
tick The leasing industry’s fortunes are inextricably linked to the economies of the countries in which they operate. For the remainder of 2014 and beyond, the prospects now appear more mixed than they did at the start of the year.
tick Around the world, regulation remains a concern, particularly in North America and Europe, where regulators have sought to address what were widely perceived as the financial excesses of the pre-crisis years with stringent new regulations on tax and on the use of capital.
tick The biggest issue for the asset finance industry is to find ways to navigate around regulatory uncertainty, to keep tight control on costs, and to push forward with innovations that will encourage businesses reluctant to invest in an uncertain economic climate, that leasing can offer them real benefit.
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