Aircraft Finance by PNC Aviation Finance #magma #finance


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PNC Aviation Finance has a full menu of competitive loans and leases that can be custom tailored to meet your specific aircraft financing needs, whether a high net worth individual, entrepreneur or Fortune 500 Company.

Since we focus on aviation finance, you will work closely with professionals who specialize exclusively in corporate aircraft financing, and you will enjoy the benefits of the simplest and quickest process available in the industry today.

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UPCOMING EVENTS
We are attending and/or participating in upcoming aircraft events, please schedule a time to visit with us. A few of these events include:

April 20-22 – 22nd NARA Annual Meeting, Scottsdale, AZ

May 3 – Partners in Aviation, Dallas, TX

May 11-13 – NAFA Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

May 19th- 21 – Phenom Conference, Santa Fe, NM


Home – Rural Poverty Portal #rv #finance


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IFAD’s commitment to a market systems approach to inclusive rural financial services

There is increasingly robust evidence that promoting access to inclusive rural financial services shows positive impact at the microeconomic level, improving household welfare and local economic activities. Also at the macroeconomic level, the degree of financial intermediation is positively correlated with growth. Policymakers increasingly recognize that an inclusive financial market allows for more effective and efficient achievement of other policy objectives.

With almost four decades of engagement in more than 70 countries and more than US$3 billion invested in rural finance systems to date, IFAD has deep, multifaceted experience, a global network of partners working at the frontier of innovation and hundreds of different types of providers (commercial banks, agricultural development banks, microfinance institutions and financial cooperatives, village-based grass-roots savings and credit associations, and specialized finance companies, e.g. equity, leasing, insurance) that address the needs of the clients: rural poor households.

IFAD’s goal is to empower poor rural women, men and youth in developing countries, and to improve their incomes and food security. To do this, IFAD is working to expand access to a range of financial services in rural areas. These services are tailored to the needs of rural poor households, smallholder families and rural microenterprises.

Financial service providers need to be sustainable, providing relevant services over the long term and continually increasing their outreach to rural customers. IFAD also looks at the long term, working to build institutions that are able to allocate scarce resources efficiently, manage risk and reduce transaction costs.

Sustainable poverty reduction requires political will, good governance and sound policies. Governments have an important role to play, creating a conducive policy and regulatory environment in which responsible financial service providers can thrive and be effectively supervised.

IFAD catalyses global knowledge and country applications, and shares knowledge through publications, operational guidelines and building communities of practice (e.g. CGAP, CABFIN etc.). Its market systems approach to inclusive rural financial services entails understanding the needs of vulnerable low-income households and smallholder farmers, demonstrating pro-poor business cases, enhancing the effectiveness of rural outreach, supporting financial sector infrastructure development, and promoting the enablement of national policy and regulation. One of the approaches to better serve IFAD’s clients is through “toolkits” that cover industry best practice offerings such as:

  • Digital financial services (DFS), which fosters a culture of innovation that leverages new and emerging technologies to address smallholder-specific financial needs. As a member of the Better Than Cash Alliance (BTCA), IFAD recognizes the benefits of replacing the use of physical cash with electronic payments, and of increasing the use of electronic payment systems in programmes and operations to promote financial inclusion, increased transparency and efficiency.
  • Youth access to rural finance, which has become a central concern of poverty reduction strategies. Financial services such as savings, loans and insurance are essential tools young people need to start an enterprise and increase farm productivity. Remittance products are needed for youth who migrate, to help spur local economies in the communities of origin.
  • Community-based financial organizations (CBFOs). There are many examples of how CBFOs bring financial services to rural areas, empower the poor and women in particular, enable rural households to better manage seasonal income and expenditure fluctuations, provide a safety net for life events, and allow households to invest and build assets. IFAD’s support in setting up, strengthening or upgrading CBFOs is designed with these types of social goals in mind.
  • Agricultural Risk Management (ARM). The inherent risks and vulnerabilities, especially of smallholder farming systems, are often a barrier that discourages private-sector investments in agriculture. In this context, ARM represents a key, innovative approach to matching demand with supply, and leveraging rural financing and investments. The Platform for Agricultural Risk Management (PARM) is a G20 initiative supported by IFAD, the European Commission, the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) and the Italian Government, PARM focuses on mainstreaming ARM into policy and investment plans of developing countries. PARM promotes rigorous risk assessment and a holistic and demand-driven approach to managing agricultural risks.
  • Index-based weather insurance. Extreme weather events and natural disasters such as droughts or floods can destroy crops, trap rural households in poverty, impede development and drain a country’s financial resources. Smallholder farmers in developing countries are particularly vulnerable to the harsh effects of weather risks. Affordable insurance can help improve their financial security and protect their livelihoods in the event of a crisis. IFAD has joined forces with the World Food Programme (WFP) and other partners to promote index-based weather insurance to mitigate these risks.
  • Remittances. The money that migrant workers send home—remittances—is a lifeline for poor people. These funds, which add up to more than US$450 billion worldwide, generally surpass foreign direct investment and development assistance combined. IFAD is working to unlock the development potential of remittances by linking them to other financial services, such as savings, insurance and loans. The Financing Facility for Remittances (FFR), based at IFAD, seeks to improve access to cost-effective and easily accessible money transfer services in remote rural areas. The FFR is funded by the European Commission, the Governments of Luxembourg and Spain, the United Nations Capital Development Fund, the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP) and the Inter American Development Bank/Multilateral Investment Fund.

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FAST finance reporting

Millennium’s FAST Finance Reporting provides decentralized self service financial reporting for all account holders, allowing fully supported, drill down access to all accounts for that user. Reports include relevant, timely information for actuals, commitments and budgets, showing where money is being spent and how it compares to approved budget amounts.

  • provides decentralized self service financial reporting for all account holders,
  • all numbers are fully supported with additional drill down to detailed transactions,
  • provides timely, relevant information for actuals, commitments, budgets and forecasts,
  • shows where money is spent and how that compares to approved budgets amounts,
  • reports summarized by any fields in the chart of account, at any hierarchy level,
  • pre build reports include data from Operating Statements, Balance Sheet, Trial Balance and position control,
  • operating report formats include current year, data range, comparative, monthly, quarterly and annual trends and variances, Project to date and Forecasts,
  • limited by menu security, row level security and restricted field security,
  • complete data warehouse that refreshes nightly or on a schedule defined by the organization, providing no down time, even during a refresh,
  • flexibility to customize the data warehouse to meet the specific business rules for each organization,
  • Includes a financial statement editor that allows users to create customized groupings of data with fully supported drill down to details. Many organizations use this to create lead sheets for financials or to report to government agencies when their chart of accounts groupings do not meet the needs of the report.

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Report Builder is also included, allowing you to build your own reports and data entry pages.

Report Scheduler is also included, allowing you to schedule and distribute pinned reports via email.


Business Aircraft Finance, Registration – Legal Conference #ag #finance


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Business Aircraft Finance, Registration Legal Conference

Discover Emerging Trends and Trusted Strategies for Success

Conference chairs Eileen Gleimer (Crowell & Moring LLP), Frank Polk (McAfee & Taft) and Ford von Weise (Citi Private Bank) invite you to the 2016 NBAA Business Aircraft Finance, Registration & Legal Conference, featuring education and networking at the Boca Raton Resort and Club in Florida.

Plan to participate in an opening reception on Wednesday, February 10 that will feature networking opportunities with recognized leaders in business aviation. Two days of education continue on Thursday and Friday with additional opportunities for conversation and collaboration between attendees.

The agenda features highly regarded speakers that are experts in aviation finance, aircraft utilization options, regulatory topics, tax planning and risk management. With business aviation having a global footprint, the conference also provides strategies for evaluating aircraft registry options and managing complex international tax issues.

Review the schedule for the Business Aircraft Finance, Registration Legal Conference. Review the agenda.

Review details for obtaining CPE and CLE credit. Learn about continuing education.

Review travel and hotel information for the Boca Raton area. Book your hotel.

Learn about who attends the Business Aircraft Finance, Registration Legal Conference. Learn More.

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Event Date

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  • Boca Raton Resort and Club
  • Boca Raton, FL

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Trade Financing #direct #finance


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The following questions may help you find the solutions that best meet your needs. We recommend meeting with one of our U.S. Bank Global Trade and Payments Consultants to further assess your unique situation and determine the best course for your company.

Letters of Credit
Are your imported goods unavailable because you haven’t requested appropriate documents to clear or take title to merchandise? Do you wonder what angles or hidden risks you might have overlooked in accepting an export letter of credit? Our specialists help you structure transactions that fit your import, export or standby letter of credit needs.

Banker’s Acceptances
Looking for a financing option that could save you money? If you have a borrowing relationship with U.S. Bank, you might qualify for banker’s acceptances. Banker’s acceptances offer fixed-rate, fixed-term financing on a discounted basis for import, export and domestic shipment of goods. This method of financing allows you to match the maturity date of the banker’s acceptance with the anticipated payment of the underlying receivable. In most cases, this results in expense savings through lower-rate financing. Use banker’s acceptances in rising interest rate environments to lock in lower fixed rates.

Documentary Collections
Is your buyer unable or unwilling to work with open account, letter of credit or cash-in-advance terms? Do you prefer to use documentary collections to pay for imported merchandise? Documentary collections provide security through bank-to-bank control and allow you to amend collection terms easily through banking channels. U.S. Bank documentary collections specialists can help facilitate your trade collection needs.

Bank-Assisted Open Account
Much of international trade today is conducted on open account. U.S. Bank-assisted open account solution enables importers to process open account transactions online from purchase order-to-payment approval while reducing paperwork, manual processing and costs. You can increase control of your open account portfolio through customizable approval processes and payment decision tools; and use information to your advantage through payables reporting, alerts and secure communication.

Export Finance Programs
Do you want to minimize risk in an unfamiliar country? Are you looking for new pre-export financing opportunities? U.S. Bank offers an array of pre-export finance solutions including U.S. Government-backed programs. Our specialists can help you understand the options and create a customized solution to meet your needs.

For more information on Trade Financing, contact a Global Documentary Services location near your area .


What is ITFC #finance #a #car


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What is ITFC

The International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation is an autonomous entity within the Islamic Development Bank Group created with the purpose of advancing trade to improve the economic condition and livelihood of people across the Islamic world. ITFC has consolidated all the trade finance businesses that used to be handled by various windows within the IDB Group. It commenced operations in Muharram 1429H (January 2008G). The consolidation of the IDB Group’s trade finance activities under a single umbrella increased the Corporation’s efficiency in service delivery by enabling rapid response to customer needs in a market-driven business environment.

As a leader in Shari’ah-compliant trade finance, ITFC deploys its expertise and funds to businesses and governments in its member countries. Its primary focus is to encourage intra-trade among OIC member countries. As a member of the IDB Group, ITFC has unique access to governments in its member countries and it works as a facilitator to mobilize private and public resources towards achieving its objectives of fostering economic development through trade. The Corporation helps businesses in member countries gain better access to trade finance and provides them with the necessary trade-related capacity building tools in order to help them compete successfully in the global market.

ITFC’s catalytic role in enhancing the member countries’ trade, intra-trade and international trade potentials is clearly reflected in its mission statement.

“We exist to be the catalyst for the development of trade among OIC member countries and with the rest of the world”

The mission statement is aligned with the Corporation’s mandate as stated in the Article 5 of ITFC’s Articles of Agreement (AOA).

Our purpose shall be to promote trade of member countries of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) through providing trade finance and engaging in activities that facilitate intra-trade and international trade.”

“ITFC is to be a recognized provider of trade solutions for OIC member countries’ needs”

ITFC is fully committed to fulfill its mandate and aspire to build a sustainable organization that will deliver high impact for its stakeholders.


International Trade Finance #islamic #finance


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International Trade Finance

Trade Loans
Use a Santander Import or Export Line of Credit to improve the working capital position of your company by financing the days payable outstanding (DPO) or days sales outstanding (DSO) of your international trade activity. These can also be used to finance time payments, days sales of inventory (DSI), and pre-export needs.

Banker s Acceptance
Finance the import, export, or domestic shipment of goods with a short-term, fixed-rate Santander Banker’s Acceptance (BA), a draft payable at a fixed future date, drawn on a bank, and accepted for payment by the bank. This service offers buyers low-rate financing, enabling importers to finance portions of the trade cycle by deferring payments for purchased goods until the BA matures, and exporters to receive immediate payment for goods sold on terms.

Export Receivable Financing
Improve your company s working capital by accelerating debtors payments and mitigating the non-payment risk of your clients. Receivables Financing is a Supply Chain tool widely used to obtain working capital by selling accounts receivable that meet Santander Bank’s credit criteria.

Standby Letters of Credit (L/C)
Enhance your promise of payment with a Santander Standby L/C. This financial tool means that Santander Bank is secondarily liable to your creditors or customers if you are unable to fulfill your contractual or financial obligations.
Standby L/Cs can be advised and issued domestically and internationally using Santander Bank s extensive corresponding network. They can have varied applications to support both financial obligations and contractual performance: bid bonds, performance bonds, warranty bonds, or cross-border working capital facilities.

EX-IM Bank Working Capital Guarantee Program
Get flexible financial assistance to help your company on the pre-export process. Santander can help you secure financing to pay for raw materials, inventory, equipment, supplies or labor destined to produce goods for export, as well as export-related accounts receivable. The program also covers the issuance of Standby Letters of Credit as bid bonds and performance bonds related to your export business. Santander has Delegated Authority from Ex-Im Bank, which enables us to expedite the approval of this sort of transactions.

Small Business Administration Export Loan Programs
Develop and expand your company s export business through one of the three Small Business Administration programs specifically designed for small companies. As an SBA Preferred Lender, Santander helps you take advantage of the Export Express Program, the International Trade Loan Program, and the Export Working Capital Program .


International Trade, Finance, and Development Program #project #finance #international


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Master s Degree in Specialized Economic Analysis: International Trade, Finance, and Development Program

Meet our ITFD graduates

International Trade, Finance, and Development is a demanding master program that combines rigorous analytical training with a focus on policy.

We give students a research-based view of subjects crucial to understanding today’s market, designed to equip graduates with the core theoretical and analytical roots needed to solve the toughest challenges of today’s globalized economies.

What can be done to avoid financial crises? How can growth in the least developed countries be accelerated? How can wealth be distributed equitably and sustainably? This program will allow students to acquire a thorough knowledge of the conceptual and empirical tools of modern Economics applied to international trade, finance, and development.

Tailor your program to fit your interests and goals

The program starts in the first term with a set of courses on economic growth and development, international trade and finance, and quantitative methods. In the second and third terms, students can choose from a wide array of courses and tailor their learning experience to their interests. Some students chose to specialize in development, others in international trade and finance, while others opt instead for a more balanced approach that combines training in both areas.

Students complete an independent study project by the end of the academic year, allowing them to specialize in a policy topic of their choice. They also attend a series of policy lessons delivered by international experts.

Study with experts from academia and international organizations

The master’s faculty consists of internationally renowned scholars who have previously held academic positions at MIT, NYU, Chicago, Berkeley, Stanford and Cambridge. They have also worked or held consulting appointments at international organizations, including the World Bank, the IMF, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the European Central Bank.

Alumni choose from a world of career paths

Past ITFD graduates have found employment in international organizations, government agencies, central banks, financial institutions, research and consulting firms, and NGOs.

Several past graduates have decided to pursue further studies and have joined prestigious PhD programs in Europe and the United States, including the London School of Economics, Stanford University, and Harvard University.

What skills and knowledge will I acquire in this program?

  • Gain a thorough understanding of the economics of international trade, finance and development
  • Build an in-depth knowledge of the analytical tools of modern economics
  • Receive extensive training in econometric and statistical methods
  • Acquire the ability to apply theoretical and empirical tools to address pressing policy issues

Who will benefit from this program?

  • Graduates with a strong quantitative background from all fields, particularly Economics, Business, Engineering, Political Science
  • Junior professionals from private firms, research centers, central banks, financial institutions, the civil service, and NGOs
  • Aspiring PhD students looking for a solid foundation in the theory and empirics of international trade, finance, and development

Who hires ITFD graduates?

  • Banking and Financial Institutions
  • Research Institutions and Consulting Firms
  • Non-government Organizations (NGOs)
  • International Organizations
  • Governmental and Regulatory Agencies

Examples of recent ITFD professional placements:

  • Asian Development Bank
  • Bank of America (Merrill Lynch)
  • Bank of Spain
  • Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR)
  • Center for Poverty Analysis (CEPA)
  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
  • European Central Bank (ECB)
  • European Investment Fund (EIF)
  • Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT)
  • Innovations for Poverty in Action (IPA)
  • Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
  • International Growth Center Bangladesh
  • International Trade Centre (ITC)
  • Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
  • Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
  • Reserve Bank of Australia
  • United Nations (UN)
  • World Bank
  • World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO)
  • World Trade Organization (WTO)

Examples of recent ITFD PhD program placements:

  • Goethe University Frankfurt
  • Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
  • Harvard University
  • Humboldt University Berlin
  • Lombardy Advanced School of Economics (LASER)
  • London School of Economics (LSE)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • Queen Mary University of London
  • Stanford University
  • Texas Tech University
  • Universitat de Barcelona
  • Université Paris-Dauphine
  • University of Cambridge
  • University of Chicago
  • University of Lausanne
  • University of Mannheim
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst

Faculty

* Starred courses are advanced PhD courses and require permission from the instructor and the ITFD Director.

Master degree awarded

Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive a Master Degree in Specialized Economic Analysis awarded jointly with Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF).

All Barcelona GSE master degrees have been recognized by the Catalan and Spanish Education authorities within the framework of the Bologna Process (in Spanish, “Master Universitario o Master Oficial”). Indicadors de qualitat

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Statistics in Retail Financial Services #bajaj #auto #finance


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Statistics in Retail Financial Services

(Adams. Anagnostopoulos. Bellotti. Bakoben, Hand, Heard. Gandy. Missaoui, Veraart )

The aims and objectives of the Statistical Methods in Retail Financial Services Research Group are:

To apply statistical methods in the financial sector of industry; and

To develop new statistical methodology arising from the novel challenges presented by these applications.

It is very apparent that the level of sophistication of the methods and tools used by the banks to control their retail credit operations is increasing rapidly, and we aim to continue to be in the vanguard of this development. Our research involves all aspects of mathematics and statistics relating to the retail finance industry. including fraud detection, portfolio modelling, default correlation and risk management.

We have numerous links with organisations within the retail banking sector, and are always involved in discussions with banks and other financial bodies about possible collaborations or research sponsorships. Previous projects have been sponsored by Fair Isaac, Link Financial, and other bodies.

Specific areas of research interest within the Statistics for Retail Finance group:

  • Evaluating scorecards (Hand, Anagnostopoullos, Adams)
  • Fraud detection (Hand, Adams, Heard)
  • Inclusion of macroeconomic conditions on credit risk (Bellotti)
  • Use of survival and panel models for credit risk (Bellotti)
  • Applications of machine learning in credit risk modelling (Bellotti)
  • Stress Testing (Bellotti)
  • Modelling Loss Given Default (Bellotti)
  • Applications of graph mining to portfolio credit risk and fraud detection (Missaoui)

The group is part of the Quantitative Financial Risk Management Centre (QFRMC). This is a research consortium run from the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College, the School of Management at the University of Southampton, and the University of Edinburgh Business School. It was established by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, with additional funding from the Economic and Social Research Council and the Institute of Actuaries. It carries out research and organises conferences and other meetings addressing issues in the retail financial services sector, in collaboration with banks, credit agencies, and other bodies

Awards:

  • Contributions to the Credit Industry Award, Credit Collections and Risk 2012 annual industry awards

Selected Publications (in chronological order):

Invited Talks / Keynote Presentations:

  • Bellotti (2013) CFE 2013, 7th CSDA International Conference on Computational and Financial Econometrics
  • Bellotti (2013) Royal Statistical Society Workshop: Advanced Statistical Methods in Credit Risk
  • Bellotti (2013) 8th Annual Forum on Retail Credit Risk, London
  • Bellotti (2013) National Association of Data Protection Officers
  • Hand (2012) “Big data: risks, opportunities, and challenges” Demographics User Forum conference on Retail issues, big data, and research.
  • Hand (2012) ” Discriminating or distinguishing? Legalities and moralities in scorecard construction” CCR-interactive, London
  • Hand (2012) ” Big bang, big data, big computers. Opportunities and challenges in modelling and anomaly detection”, Paris
  • Hand (2012) Keynote address, RSS Risk in Business: the business of risk, Telford
  • Hand (2012) “Innovation in customer decisioning to add business value”, Infoline Retail Credit Risk conference

Impact / Industrial Collaborations / Consultancy:

The Statistics in Retail Finance Research Group are active collaborators with the finance industry and have been involved in many successful consultancy projects with several financial institutions over the past thirty years. We usually work through Imperial Consultants (ICON). Some types of consultancy projects we have undertaken are:

  • Credit risk model development
  • Model validation and evaluation
  • Data network analysis
  • Fraud detection models

We regularly organize workshops targeted to practitioners in retail finance as well as the academic community. In the 2012/13 academic year we have hosted workshops onModel Risk and Big Data.

Publications

Crook J, Bellotti AG, 2012,

Asset correlations for credit card defaults

Applied Financial Economics. Pages: 87-95

The capital requirements formula within the Basel II Accord is based on a Merton one-factor model and in the case of credit cards an asset correlation of 4% is assumed. In this article we estimate the asset correlation for two datasets assuming the one-factor model. We find that the asset correlations assumed by Basel II are much higher than those observed in the datasets we analyse. We show the reduction in capital requirements that a typical lender would have if the values we estimated were implemented in the Basel Accord in place of the current values.

Credit scoring, insurance and discrimination

Statistics, Science and Public Policy XVI, Editors: Herzberg, Pages: 85-90, ISBN: 9781553393825

  • Cite
  • Hand DJ, Crowder MJ, 2012,

    Pavlidis NG, Tasoulis DK, Adams NM, Hand DJ et al.. 2012,

    Brentnall AR, Crowder MJ, Hand DJ, 2011,

    The Best Writing on Mathematics 2011

    The Best Writing on Mathematics 2011, Editors: Pitici, Publisher: Princeton University Press, Pages: 67-74, ISBN: 9781400839544

    This book belongs on the shelf of anyone interested in where math has taken us–and where it is headed.

    Krzanowski WJ, Hand DJ, 2011,

    Bellotti T, 2010,

    Journal of Financial Services Marketing. Vol: 14, Pages: 268-277, ISSN: 1363-0539

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  • Brentnall AR, Crowder MJ, Hand DJ, 2010,

    Conference on Credit Scoring and Credit Control X, Publisher: PALGRAVE MACMILLAN LTD, Pages: 462-472, ISSN: 0160-5682

    • Author Web Link
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  • Brentnall AR, Crowder MJ, Hand DJ, 2010,

    Brentnall AR, Crowder MJ, Hand DJ, 2010,

    Crook J, Bellotti T, 2010,

    Time varying and dynamic models for default risk in consumer loans

    JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY SERIES A-STATISTICS IN SOCIETY. Vol: 173, Pages: 283-305, ISSN: 0964-1998

    • Author Web Link
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    • Citations: 9
  • Hand DJ, Zhou F, 2010,

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  • Technology and IT Finance – Credit Asset Management #kiplinger #personal #finance


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    Technology & IT Finance

    Introducing new technologies and IT equipment can be very expensive, but for most businesses it is critical to invest in these solutions to remain competitive. A modern business must ensure that all of its technology and IT hardware is fully functioning and up to date. Having out of date IT or technology can be a drain on your business’ output and efficiency and also introduce unnecessary risk to day to day operations and important client or business data.

    At CAML we provide a genuinely affordable finance solution for businesses looking to acquire new technology and IT equipment. We have extensive experience in working with businesses across a number of sectors.

    If you are considering a significant investment in new technology or IT equipment but do not have the funds readily available or have been turned down by a traditional lender or bank, do not hesitate to contact us. We can normally offer a variety of financial options, and ensure that the best and most affordable solution is found for your situation.

    We guarantee the highest levels of customer satisfaction and service, delivered by our dedicated team. We treat every enquiry individually making sure that the perfect tailored financial solution is delivered for you and your business.

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