Eindhoven, The Netherlands, June 9, 2015 – Based on annual results reported for the 2014 Leaseurope Ranking of Top European Leasing Companies, DLL is ranked #1 in new business volume for equipment leasing and for business outside of Europe among the Top 50 Leasing companies in Europe. It also ranked #4 by new business volume (#1 in new business volume from the vendor channel). DLL was also recently ranked #1 for new business volume among the Top 25 Vendor Finance companies in the U.S. (2014 Monitor 100 Survey).
These results confirm the success of the strategic course that DLL has chosen. To maintain its industry specialization, focus on operational excellence, continued investment in its members and relentless commitment to its customers and the economies they serve.
To support its partners’ continued growth, DLL has expanded its partnerships across international borders. It continues to develop value-added offerings like Lifecycle Asset Management (LCAM) and is continually exploring digital solutions that offer its partners faster, more reliable and more closed transactions. In this light DLL recently launched its Finance Express app which simplifies the sales experience and accelerates financial transactions for its partners.
Leaseurope represents as an umbrella body both the leasing and automotive rental industries in Europe, and is composed of 46 member associations in 34 countries. Every year, in collaboration with its member associations, Leaseurope performs a ranking survey of European leasing companies. Leasing firms are invited to take part in the survey on a voluntary basis by providing the value and number of contracts granted during the year as well as the value of their leasing portfolios at year-end. Companies are also asked to provide breakdowns of their business according to asset category (equipment, automotive, real estate) and to provide information on the distribution channels they use. The survey results can be found here: http://www.leaseurope.org/uploads/documents/ranking/Leaseurope%20Ranking%20Survey%202014_Public.pdf