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Latin American Leasing Conference in Miami to Cover an Industry in Transformation

October 07, 2015, 06:36 AM
Filed Under: Industry News

The most anticipated annual event in the Latin American leasing industry – the XIII Latin American Leasing Conference – will be held Nov. 12-13, 2015 in  Miami, FL.Many attendees will arrive early to participate in concurrent events Nov. 11 focusing on specific facets of Latin American leasing: the VIII Legal and Operations Forum, and the new Asset Management and Operating Lease Forum, which will discuss the technical and strategic aspects of developing operating leases. 
As part of the theme “Leasing as a Service: Challenges and Benefits,” the XIII Latin American Leasing Conference will explore the dramatic transformations that are taking place within the industry.
“More banks are absorbing financial leasing into their businesses and a number of operating leasing companies are experiencing major growth,” explained Rafael Castillo-Triana, CEO of The Alta Group Latin American Region (Alta LAR), which coordinates the conference and forums. “Meanwhile, more leasing customers in Latin America are seeking financing for services in addition to tangible assets, and the types of equipment and technologies being financed are changing.”
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The conference Nov. 12-13 will cover the latest trends and best practices in the industry, as well as provide opportunities for networking with colleagues from throughout the region and forging new business connections. It is sponsored by Netsol and Codix.
Conference sessions will explore: industry data and company rankings revealed in the new Alta LAR 100 report; asset services that generate additional income; how the internet, cloud computing and other technological advances are changing the leasing business; leasing informatics systems; recent purchases and sales of Latin American leasing companies (including IPOs); business generation through vendors; recent developments in rental and fleet vehicles; new regulations, technological developments and tax standards affecting fleet vehicles; and case studies of innovative Latin American leasing businesses.
In addition to leasing experts from Alta LAR and Invigors EMEA, leaders from the Chilean Leasing Association, Argentine Leasing Association, Colombian Leasing Federation, Mexican Leasing Association and Cisco Capital LATAM are expected to participate in the panels.

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