Global Fleet Vehicle Leasing Market Outlook, 2018

EV Leasing and Private Lease are Expected to Grow 8.8% and 4.0%, Respectively, and be Forerunners that Transform the Leasing Market

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Vehicle leasing is seen as a solution to the growing problems faced by companies for their mobility needs, including vehicle funding, fleet maintenance and, more importantly, residual risk handling. Big corporates and businesses, in the current market conditions, are focused on their core products/services and would like to outsource all other support activities. Mobility is a significant cost center which requires resource in terms of money and time. Starting from fleet purchase to re-marketing at a better price, and for each of the intermediary segments in the value chain, issues such as unnecessary cost spikes, utilization mismatches, irregularities in fleet maintenance, and risks of dips in residual value c

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Executive SummaryKey Findings—Highlights of 2017Key Findings—Predictions for 2018Key Transformations Shaping the Leasing IndustryCompany Car Funding AnalysisRegional Market Summary—North AmericaRegional Market Summary—EuropeRegional Market Summary—BRICSRegional Market Summary—APACCar Sharing by Funding ModelCompetitor Development—Portfolio Market ShareLeasing Providers—Blurring BordersAcquisitions & PartnershipsAcquisitions & Partnerships (continued)Research Scope and SegmentationProject and Research ScopeMarket StructureProduct Segmentation—Electric Propulsion TechnologySector DefinitionsGlobal Fleet Vehicle Leasing Market MetricsMarket Metrics—Vehicles in Operation, GlobalMarket Metrics—Vehicles in Operation, EuropeMarket Metrics—New RegistrationsMarket Metrics—Market EvolutionMarket Metrics—True Fleet New Registrations, RegionalCar Sharing by Sharing ModelKey Participants—GlobalKey Participants—EuropeKey Market TrendsTrend 1—xEV Leasing: OEMs Directly Entering as LessorTrend 1—xEV Leasing Model: OverviewTrend 2—Private Leasing an Alternative for Company CarTrend 2—Private Lease Market OverviewTrend 2—Private Leasing: Europe OverviewTrend 3—Used Car Leasing, a New Lease for Old CarsTrend 4—SME Leasing, Long Tail with Enormous PotentialTrend 4—SME Leasing: Market PotentialTrend 5—Fleet Leasing vs. Other MaaS ModelsTrend 6—Subscription Mobility ServiceTrend 7—Data Monetization: More Profitable than Car SalesTrend 8—Connected Fleet to Sophisticate Leasing SolutionTrend 9—IFRS 16, Operational Burden for Lease CustomersTrend 9—IFRS 16, Impact on Leasing IndustryTrend 10—Digitization in the Leasing IndustryTrend 10—Blockchain OverviewTrend 10—Blockchain: Opportunities for Car LeasingTrend 10—Blockchain: Smart Contract PrototypeGeographical OutlookOpportunity Outlook—North AmericaOpportunity Outlook—BRICS Opportunity Outlook—Western EuropeOpportunity Outlook—Eastern EuropeOpportunity Outlook—APACGrowth Opportunities and Call to ActionGrowth Opportunity—Electric Vehicle LeasingStrategic Imperatives for Success and Growth Growth Opportunity—Private LeasingStrategic Imperatives for Success and Growth Growth Opportunity—Used Car LeasingStrategic Imperatives for Success and Growth Conclusions and 2018 OutlookKey Conclusions and 2018 OutlookLegal DisclaimerAppendixList of ExhibitsList of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)Market Engineering MethodologyTable of Acronyms UsedPublished Research Titles 2014 to 2017Upcoming Topics in 2018Fleet Vehicle Leasing Program—How Can Frost & Sullivan Help?Fleet & Leasing Platform—Market SegmentationFleet & Leasing Platform—Market Scope

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