Close Bros Asset Finance sets the pace for the industry as staff nurturing plans expand

In 2014 Close Brothers Asset Finance (CBAF) increased its loan book by some 12% to £1.656 million (2013: £1.482.3 million). The 2013 figure itself represented a 12% growth over the previous year. At the same time, and quite apart from loan growth, CBAF successfully managed to differentiate itself in the marketplace – and from its competitors – in a series of unique corporate manoeuvres.

Close Bros Asset Finance sets the pace for the industry as staff nurturing plans expand

Jan 31, 2016

In 2014 Close Brothers Asset Finance (CBAF) increased its loan book by some 12% to £1.656 million (2013: £1.482.3 million). The 2013 figure itself represented a 12% growth over the previous year. At the same time, and quite apart from loan growth, CBAF successfully managed to differentiate itself in the marketplace – and from its competitors – in a series of unique corporate manoeuvres.

Jeff Longhurst argues that asset based finance supports 15% of all UK company turnover – a third higher than the European average

Pan-European data* shows that asset based finance supports businesses representing 15% of the UK’s economy**, ahead of an average of 10% of the economy across Europe.

Jeff Longhurst argues that asset based finance supports 15% of all UK company turnover – a third higher than the European average

Feb 02, 2016

Pan-European data* shows that asset based finance supports businesses representing 15% of the UK’s economy**, ahead of an average of 10% of the economy across Europe.

DLL reportedly up for sale as Rabobank seeks to cut costs

Rabobank Group is reported to be in preliminary talks with banks, institutional investors and private-equity firms that may bid for its leasing unit, De Lage Landen International (DLL) which currently operates in 35 countries.

DLL reportedly up for sale as Rabobank seeks to cut costs

Jan 27, 2016

Rabobank Group is reported to be in preliminary talks with banks, institutional investors and private-equity firms that may bid for its leasing unit, De Lage Landen International (DLL) which currently operates in 35 countries.