For over 10 years, Leaseurope has been at the forefront of producing in-depth and value-adding research reports on the leasing and automotive rental industry in Europe. These range from sectoral reports on various asset types like cars or yellow goods, client types like SMEs, or themes like prudential supervision.
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Leaseurope and KPMG’s Asset Finance Tax Network worked together in 2007 and again in 2012 to create the “European Leasing” publication, which covers the market characteristics, legal, tax and accounting treatment in 32 European leasing markets. The intention of the publication is to set out a clearer picture of these markets in an easy to use and comparable format.
Produced by Leaseurope together with specialist lease consulting firm Invigors in 2010, the European Yellow Goods Leasing Report looks at the impact of the extreme downturn in sales volumes experienced by the construction equipment industry at that time, including how asset finance could play a key role in the sector’s recovery. It was the first European-level report to focus specifically on construction equipment leasing, one of the cornerstones of the European market. The report builds on views gathered from European leasing industry leaders, together with those of the European equipment rental industry, construction equipment manufacturers, distributors and dealers.
In 2010, Leaseurope released an e-publication on Fighting Fraud. In this publication, Leaseurope brought together industry initiatives and best practices in the fight against fraud from across the EU. It contains a selection of interviews with national leasing associations and a number of articles by practitioners, aiming to raise awareness of what can successfully be done by the industry to fight fraud.
Together with A.T. Kearney, in 2009 Leaseurope leveraged its industry statistics combined with the expertise of industry practitioners to produce the European Car Leasing and Rental Report: Future Avenues for the European Car Leasing and Rental Market. The report examined European car leasing and rental data together with trends in the automotive industry and identified mid-term challenges and opportunities for the sector.