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Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Rafael Castillo-Triana.|
|LC Classifications||KG247 .C37 2001|
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|Pagination||412 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||412|
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Leasing is the financial tool of the future for Latin America. A study of the causes, the evolution and the dimension of the external debt problem in Latin America lead the author to conclude that the flow of petrodollars in the 's to the oil producing countries in South America did not result in a real investment or economic growth.5/5(1).
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[Rafael Castillo Triana]. At Latin Leasing we provide solutions for your international equipment financing needs. We provide financial solutions for both equipment buyers and sellers.
Our ability to support a wide range of equipment types and categories, across a variety of industries and countries in North, Central and South America as well as in selected Caribbean countries, enables us to support your business needs.
Kisumu Governor Anyang' Nyong'o has clarified the Lake Region Economic Bloc's position on the leasing of five State-owned sugar millers, saying it is not opposed to the process. Lease Agreements and Various Legal Doctrines of The Executive’s Guide to Remedies for a detailed discussion of the differences between a “true lease” and a lease which is a disguised financing agreement.
1 Article 2A of the UCC is the legal framework for equipment leasing. Article 2A was completed by the National. ADDIS ABABA - The German Epidemic Preparedness Team, on behalf of the Government of Germany, has donated SARS-CoV-2 extraction and test kits, capable of conducting million tests, to the Africa.
The Equipment Leasing and Finance Industry • Equipment leasing and finance is one of the most popular means of financing the acquisition of business equipment in the United States. • InAmerican businesses, nonprofits and government agencies invested more than $ trillion in capital goods and software (excluding real estate).
Equipment leases make up a significant portion of every business budget in the modern business world in which both the tax laws and the need for expensive computer and telecommunications hardware require large investments. Typically, a business will “invest” hundreds of thousands of dollars of its budget with telephonic systems, computerization, and, as technology increases in importance.
Of course, not all equipment leases are the same, and there are lots of ways to finance a lease. If you're interested in leasing equipment for your. Equipment leasing is available to any business that requires equipment.
With the wide variety of equipment lenders, many have a unique appetite for equipment preferences, varied credits and industry niches.
For instance, GE Capital has multiple equipment leasing divisions. One of GE’s specialized divisions exclusively handles turbine-jet engines. Alta LAR provides consulting, legal and research services to equipment leasing and finance interests in Mexico, Central America, South America and most of the Caribbean.
The 10 leading companies in the AltaLAR are, in order: Cia Itauleasing de Arrendamento Mercantil (Brazil) Banco Santander-Santiago-Leasing portfolio (Chile) Safra Leasing.
Latin America’s Top Leasing Companies The AltaLAR A Report by The Alta Group Latin American Region (Alta LAR) The AltaLAR is the first known report to identify and rank the largest equipment leasing companies operating in Latin America.
Negotiating Equipment Leases: A Lawyer's Perspective I ran across a funny cartoon a few years ago in which one business man was holding a gun on the other. The caption read “I am now ready to negotiate.” In equipment finance negotiations, things are likely to run smoothly and the results to.
The History of Leasing by Canadian Finance & Lease Association (CFLA), Source Article Click Here. Selected by: John Elliott of Jocova Financial The idea of equipment leasing was born thousands of years ago and is one of the oldest professions. The following is a detailed account of the history of equipment leasing sourced from the CFLA.
The piece is organized to guide you through all. Walter LaFeber’s Inevitable Revolutions looks at the US/Latin-American relationship from a slightly different perspective.
It complements Schoultz’s book well because it focuses, very specifically, on the countries of Central America. It covers a shorter timeframe, picking up when the United States first intervened militarily in Central America at the turn of the 20th century.
What is leasing. Leasing is a tax efficient and flexible way to purchase the equipment you need without compromising your cash flow. Terms are available from years with only a minimal deposit required in most cases.
A lease rental facility is suitable for all industry sectors and any size of business. FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Aug - The equipment leasing and finance industry in Latin America grew an average % in in United States dollars, an outstanding performance given the region’s overall economy, notes the latest Alta LAR report by The Alta Group Latin American Region (Alta LAR).
Description: Everything You Need To Structure A Transaction Involving An Equipment Lease. In-Depth Coverage Of Vital Topics. This powerful one-stop guide to equipment leasing thoroughly analyzes and discusses Article 2A of the UCC, financing, regulatory, state, local and federal taxation, accounting, litigation, insurance and bankruptcy issues.
financing solutions for Latin America. However, it must be observed that captives in Latin America are mainly concentrated in the two largest economies, Mexico and Brazil.
Within the largest leasing companies in Latin America, there are only 14 captives (eight in Mexico, three in Brazil, one in Argentina, one in Colombia and one in Costa Rica). Merits of Using Equipment Lease Template. Equipment leasing has been on a great growth in recent days.
The main benefit of using the template is a legal agreement made for both parties. Use the lease agreement template to specify the condition under which an organization or person can lease equipment from another organization.
For financial leasing, Leasing Companies have limited exposure to the lessee’s environmental and social performance and also limited leverage over the lessee’s use of the fixed asset.
However, the leasing company may be impacted by legal issues, disruption of lessee operations, and. Â© | Equipment Leasing Group of America | Waukegan Rd. SuiteNorthfield, IL | The firm has more than 4, lawyers and other legal staff based in Europe, the United States, Canada, Latin America, Asia, Australia, Africa and the Middle East.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Aug. 23, /PRNewswire/ -- The equipment leasing and finance industry in Latin America grew an average % in in United States dollars, an outstanding performance.
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Alta Group: Equipment Leasing Growing in Latin America DEC 4, - am Equipment leasing and asset finance is expanding in many Latin American countries, but the stark decline of Brazil’s leasing market in recent years has affected overall portfolio values in the region, according to the Alta LAR report.
Combining the author’s Handbook of Equipment Leasing with the tools from his Complete Book of Equipment Leasing Agreements, Forms, Worksheets, and Checklists, this comprehensive volume provides the legal, financial, and business background essential for evaluating, negotiating, and documenting successful equipment lease transactions.
Our Latin American team assists clients throughout the world by providing both outbound and inbound legal and public policy services to and from Latin America. Our structure consists of country desks as well as assistance throughout the more than 30 nations comprising Latin America. Inbound services include representing sovereign governments and agencies, as well as private sector clients.
The leasing industry is generally divided into three segments, based on average transaction size: small, middle and large ticket leasing. The Equipment Leasing Association of America (ELA) estimates that approximately thirty percent of the $ billion in annual new leasing business is attributable to small ticket transactions below $, The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA) is the trade association representing financial services companies and manufacturers in the $1 trillion U.S.
equipment finance sector. Analysis China Ramps Up Latin America Push During the Pandemic Aid to fight COVID could lead to investment and deals down the road. Lawyers in. The equipment leasing and finance industry in Latin America grew an average 17% in as measured in local currencies, an impressive feat given the region’s overall economic performance, notes the latest Alta LAR report by The Alta Group Latin American Region (Alta LAR).
Report details and the most recent ranking of the largest leasing. Buchalter represents lessors, secured lenders and funding participants in the full range of legal issues that arise in equipment leasing transactions, litigation, and syndications. Our clients include captive and independent financing companies.
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The most recent example is in Bolivia, where the Congress passed a new leasing law that overall is business friendly. There are three players in this country. We expect more to come. In the beginning of the year leasing portfolio volumes overall for Latin America were estimated at $ billion, which was 12% lower than the year before.
The United Fruit Company (UFCO) was a highly successful American company that made major profits from bananas grown in Latin America and sold in the United States and Europe.
Under Guatemalan dictator Jorge Ubico, the UFCO controlled 42 percent of Guatemala’s land and was exempt from tax and import duties. Specific to Latin America, aid initially supported anti-submarine efforts in the Atlantic and Caribbean and aimed at keeping the Panama Canal secure.
As the war progressed, it was evident that many Latin America countries could not generate the military power to contribute to the war effort, with the exception of Brazil and Mexico.
A lease is a contractual arrangement calling for the lessee (user) to pay the lessor (owner) for use of an asset.
Property, buildings and vehicles are common assets that are leased. Industrial or business equipment is also leased. Broadly put, a lease agreement is a.
But the more far-reaching lend-lease bill was already in preparation, and in February it was decided to include Latin America in the lend-lease program. The Lend-Lease Act, approved on 11 Marchpermitted the release of any type of weapon, and its passage ended the legal limitations on arms supply to the Latin American nations.
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dollars, an outstanding performance given the region’s overall economy, according to the the latest Alta LAR report by The Alta Group Latin American Region (Alta LAR). Report details and the most recent ranking of the largest leasing companies in the region will be discussed at the Latin.