Laura Inamedinova tells how a new startup is set to disrupt the equipment finance market

The equipment financing market is one of those industries you rarely hear about in the press. Yet it’s also one of the largest industries in the world, with a $1.6 trillion market value. And $1.1 trillion of the equipment purchasing market is actually financed, which means other companies provide the capital to companies to make their purchases.

Laura Inamedinova tells how a new startup is set to disrupt the equipment finance market

Aug 22, 2016

The equipment financing market is one of those industries you rarely hear about in the press. Yet it’s also one of the largest industries in the world, with a $1.6 trillion market value. And $1.1 trillion of the equipment purchasing market is actually financed, which means other companies provide the capital to companies to make their purchases.

US Army Europe & UK Ministry of Defence sign cross-service equipment lease

The US Army Europe has signed a cross-service agreement with the UK Ministry of Defense (MoD) for a long-term lease of equipment.

US Army Europe & UK Ministry of Defence sign cross-service equipment lease

Aug 08, 2016

The US Army Europe has signed a cross-service agreement with the UK Ministry of Defense (MoD) for a long-term lease of equipment.

UK card fraud losses soar by 18% in 2015 - largest rise in Europe

The UK suffered Europe’s largest annual jump in card fraud losses for 2015. Most of the 18% rise in losses came from online transactions, reflecting the growth in this channel, the ease of accessibility to funds and lower risk for criminals, and the theft of personal data through cybercrime.

UK card fraud losses soar by 18% in 2015 - largest rise in Europe

Aug 08, 2016

The UK suffered Europe’s largest annual jump in card fraud losses for 2015. Most of the 18% rise in losses came from online transactions, reflecting the growth in this channel, the ease of accessibility to funds and lower risk for criminals, and the theft of personal data through cybercrime.

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Experian’s Nick Mothershaw issues fraud warning as technology fans become most vulnerable to ID theft

Aug 08, 2016

Tech-savvy consumers are much more likely to be victims of ID fraud compared to other, less technologically-literate users, according to our new research at Experian. The study found that digitally-savvy consumers – those who spend the most time on mobile devices and social networks – made up almost a quarter (23%) of all ID fraud victims in 2015, even though they make up just 7.7% of the population.