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Microcomputers Coming of Age: 1982-1985


By Douglas D. Perez Spring 1985 The article examines the potential role of microcomputers in the equipment finance industry, describing their impact during the past three years.

History of Equipment Leasing


By Peter K. Nevitt and Frank Fabozzi Spring 1985 A historic perspective on equipment leasing is necessary in order to understand the industry\'s present structures and practices. This article reviews the significant developments in equipment leasing from

Management of a Captive Finance Company


By George B. Fargis, Jr. Winter 1984 The article offers a conceptual framework in which to examine issues that could cause conflict between a parent company and its captive finance subsidiary.

Lease Evaluation Models: Review, Analysis and Extensions


By James M. Johnson, Ph.D Winter 1984 This article highlights the similarities and differences among various lease/purchase models, and proposes a pragmatic resolution to the differences presented. It also determines that to which leasing should be compar

Equity Markets for Computer Leasing Transactions


By Stephen R. Harwood Winter 1984 The article discusses the current and future courses of equity for computer leasing transactions, considering structures, placement methods and the role of the various players.

Economic Substance in Leasing: Risk and Reward


Winter 1984 A panel discussion, sponsored by the American Association of Equipment Lessors.

Forecasting Residual Values


By Stephen Low Winter 1984 Regulatory, legislative, economic and technological uncertainties often make the residual value forecaster\'s job seem more of an art then a science. However, while these uncertainties demand generous measures of experience, ins

Summer 1984 - Full Issue


International Leasing: A Dynamic Industry Under Constraint By Lawrence M. Taylor, Jr., Esq. Summer 1984 The 90-Day ITC Window: Tailoring the Emperor\'s New Clause By Barry S. Marks, Esq. Summer 1984 Toward a New Understanding of Leveraged Lease Profitabil

Journal - Fall 1984 Full Issue


Hedging Interest-Rate Risks For Lessors By George A. Hachey, Ph.D. and James M. Johnson, Ph.D Fall 1984 The level and volatility of interest rates has increased dramatically over the past fifteen years, causing lessors to explore and implement new methods

Hedging Interest-Rate Risks For Lessors


Hedging Interest-Rate Risks For Lessors By George A. Hachey, Ph.D. and James M. Johnson, Ph.D Fall 1984 The level and volatility of interest rates has increased dramatically over the past fifteen years, causing lessors to explore and implement new methods

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