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Vendor Finance is a finance scheme offered by finance providers to equipment suppliers who wish to offer their equipment to their customers on a finance option as well as via traditional outright purchase. Through being able to offer equipment on finance can further aid a suppliers sales by making their equipment more affordable to customers and allowing them to pay over a period of time instead of outright. This is often attractive to a business customer because they can budget what monthly amount they can afford to spend to acquire the equipment they need.

Typical equipment businesses require equipment leasing for include office furniture, catering equipment, telecoms equipment, IT equipment, vehicle tracking equipment, medical equipment and laptops to name just a few examples of equipment generally financed, and various funders will have a preference list on the type of equipment they are happy to consider financing. Equipment leasing allows a business to budget a monthly or quarterly cost for their equipment, being a fixed cost product the monthly lease rentals typically do not change and are fixed payments throughout the duration of the lease itself. Equipment leasing is generally offered to businesses on a Lease Rental basis, therefore the business doesn't own the equipment as it is purely renting the equipment from the finance house (and getting the associated tax benefits of renting equipment) who has paid the original equipment supplier and bought the title to the equipment.

With most equipment leasing agreements, it is the responsibility of the equipment supplier to offer warranty and back-up for the product, leaving the finance house to act purely as the financier of the equipment itself. Equipment leasing also allows a business to keep other lines of finance free, such as commercial loans, overdrafts, etc from the bank to use at a later date if required. Equipment leasing agreements are typically underwritten on the strength of a company's balance sheet. The underwriters normally look for three to four times cover based on the net worth or shareholders funds of the busines requiring funding, other factors the underwriters consider will be the length of time the business has been trading, previous and current credit history, and the general performance of the business itself.


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