European Fleet Vehicle Leasing Market Outlook, 2016

Untapped SME Sector to Sustain Revenues, 50% of Fleet Growth to Derive from Operating Lease

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The outlook study provides an overview of the fleet vehicle leasing market (passenger cars and light commercial vehicles) across Europe. In addition to commentary on key highlights in 2015, the study provides forecast measurements for 2016 for the size of the fleet market and funding choices in the company car market (operational lease, financial lease, and outright purchase). It also highlights the key trends shaping the industry grouping them into four categories—growth channels, competitor development, fleet operator efficiency, and mobility for all, with 2016 predictions provided for each category.

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Executive Summary2015 Key Highlights2015–2016 Fleet Vehicle Leasing Senior Management Top-of-Mind Issues2016 Top PredictionsProject and Research ScopeEuropean Fleet Vehicle Leasing Market MetricsSector DefinitionsMarket StructurePESTLE AnalysisMarket Drivers and RestraintsMarket Metrics—Vehicles In Operation (VIO)Market Metrics—New RegistrationsMarket Metrics—Leasing VIOMarket Metrics—True Fleet VIO, Regional AnalysisMarket Metrics—True Fleet Operating Lease VIO, RegionalFleet Vehicle Leasing Market Measurements—2016 PredictionsKey Market Trends—Growth ChannelsGrowth Channels—Vehicle Funding PreferencesGrowth Channels—SME MarketGrowth Channels—SME Market (continued)Growth Channels—Private LeaseGrowth Channels—Private Lease (continued)Growth Channels—Used Car RemarketingGrowth Channels—2016 PredictionsKey Market Trends—Competitor DevelopmentCompetitor Development—Merger and Acquisition ActivityCompetitor Development—Merger and Acquisition Activity (continued)Competitor Development—Portfolio Market ShareCompetitor Development—Captive StrengthCompetitor Development—2016 PredictionsKey Market Trends—Fleet Operator EfficiencyFleet Operator Efficiency—SustainabilityFleet Operator Efficiency—Sustainability (continued)Fleet Operator Efficiency—Fleet TechnologyFleet Operator Efficiency—Fleet Technology (continued)Fleet Operator Efficiency—Fleet ConsultancyFleet Operator Efficiency—Fleet Consultancy (continued)Fleet Operator Efficiency—2016 PredictionsKey Market Trends—Mobility For AllMobility For All—Corporate MobilityMobility For All—Corporate Mobility (continued)Mobility For All—Corporate Mobility (continued)Mobillity For All—All Employee OfferingsMobility For All—2016 PredictionsConclusions and RecommendationsKey Conclusions and 2016 Outlook2015–2016 Fleet and Leasing Research TitlesThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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