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Asset Financing: LCI sees new trends in leasing

Companies just don't want to spend money, and some have begun leasing second-hand vehicles for business purposes, writes Margaret O'Brien.

27th July, 2013
Paul Dinan, managing director, the Leasing Company of Ireland (LCI).

The Leasing Company of Ireland (LCI), established 20 years ago has a simple philosophy.

"We believe a company's equipment should work for them, and with that in mind our leasing and hire purchase plans are designed to maximise the benefits of new equipment while minimising the initial outlay," said Paul Dinan, managing director.

It's an ethos that is resonating with Irish businesses, especially in the present economic climate where cash is king, and it is underpinning...

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