Leasing and Finance
The Frost & Sullivan Fleet Leasing and Vehicle Financing team provides insights on key trends and innovations underpinning the shift from vehicle ownership to vehicle usage. Dedicated resource tracks and analyses the key components including fleet leasing, used car financing, private leasing, fleet management, long term and short term car rental, future vehicle financing and mergers & acquisitions in the industry.
The team integrates secondary research with in-depth interviews of vehicle fleet funding providers and fleet operators in order to deliver market and competitor data highlighting the development of company car, full service leasing, financial leasing and fleet management services. The scope of the research is global, spanning developed and emerging markets. Country Market insight reports and Global outlook studies help clients better understand growth potential (drivers and restraints) and associated business opportunities within fleet and retail sectors both in Passenger Vehicle (PV) and Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) segments. In our reports the market analysis covers Vehicle New Registrations and Vehicles in Operation (VIO) data.
We work closely with the world’s largest fleet leasing service providers and auto finance companies to help them find product, service and geographic opportunities. We provide solutions to clients based on historic data, current market conditions (PESTLE), insights and opinion of key market players and associations and expected growth rate. Tailored, customized solutions provide clients insights into latest trends in automobile finance.
09 Jun 2020  |  North America
Used Car Leasing and Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) Leasing Stand Out as Opportunities Amidst the Chaos Created by the COVID-19 Outbreak
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 current market conditions, are focused on their core products and services and would like to outsource all other sup...
19 Feb 2020  |  Latin America
Expected Economic Recovery and Increasing Popularity of Fleet Outsourcing Among Brazilian Companies to Drive Operational Leasing
The Brazil automotive industry continues to grow—following a recovery in 2017—after years of declining vehicle registrations due to the region’s economic and political turmoil. The operational leasing or long-term rental segment has grown over the last four years in Brazil by addressing the mobility needs of corporates; it is now dominating t...
17 Feb 2020  |  North America
Company Car Leasing is Expected to Register a Stable Growth Over the Forecast Period as Corporate Firms Continue to Renew Fleets to Support Growing Business
Company cars are usually provided as tool-of-work vehicles in Canada. Growth in company cars was spurred by the growing demand for fleet vehicles from the industrial sector, which received a fillip from Canada's strong overall economic performance. Leasing, covering operational leasing and financial leasing, is the major sourcing channel in Canada....
14 Feb 2020  |  Europe
As All Leasing Options Saturate, Market Participants Hope for Favorable Fiscal Policies to Revive Growth in Fleet Sales in Ireland
The Irish vehicle leasing industry is experiencing headwinds amid the uncertainties associated with Brexit. Consumers are changing their preferences in acquiring new vehicles as a result of falling residual values of old vehicles. This trend has curtailed vehicle trading; however, the effect on fleet registration is different when compared to retai...
05 Feb 2020  |  North America
Despite the Decreasing Volumes of New Fleet Leasing, Increasing Consumer Awareness and Expected Recovery in Macro-economics will Drive Growth from 2020
The Mexican vehicle leasing industry is experiencing challenges due to a variety of reasons including macro-economic factors, such as tight public investments, trade tensions with the United States, and the global economic slowdown. However, the change in the government after the 2018 general elections is expected to open new opportunities in the m...
05 Feb 2020  |  Asia Pacific
The Australian Leasing Industry was Mainly Characterised by Fleet Leasing in 2018; However, the Continuous Rise of Private Lease (Novated Lease) is Gradually Shifting Companies’ Attention to Individuals
The Australian leasing industry was mainly characterised by fleet leasing in 2018, but private lease is experiencing rapid growth as it combines the benefits of both fleet and private lease. However, consumer interest in new powertrains such as electric and hybrid vehicles is insignificant, which keeps the country a long way behind the EU and the U...
04 Feb 2020  |  North America
The Penetration of Electric Vehicle Among Company Car Fleets is Lower Than Retail Channel, As Concerns Over Total Cost of Asset Operation Has Slowed Down Uptake
Company car registrations increased from 2013 to 2018, spurred by a strongly performing industrial sector. While utility vehicles comprise a major part of company fleets in the US, growth in various sectors of the economy has driven demand for new vehicles and fleet renewals. Financial leasing is the dominant leasing solution in the US. This is att...
03 Feb 2020  |  Asia Pacific
New Company Car Registrations in Financial and Operational Leasing are Expected to Record Good Growth, Reaching About 300,000 Units by 2023
The Chinese fleet leasing market is in the early stages of development. New company car registrations in China are expected to grow slowly mainly due to fierce competition from mobility service providers offering instant and convenient private car hailing services. Moreover, the country has a well-developed public transportation network that consti...
03 Feb 2020  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Improved Corporate Demand and Increased Consumer Opportunities to Drive Revival of Israel’s Vehicle Leasing Market
Company car registrations continue to be an important part of total vehicle sales in Israel. Following continuous growth from 2013 to 2017, new registrations experienced a small drop due to the overall market slowdown. In 2018, total leasing penetration dipped due to higher lease rates and the preference for used cars among small business consumers...
31 Jan 2020  |  Asia Pacific
While Favorable Policies Create a Mature Leasing Market, Rising User Demand Causes Leasing Companies to Evolve into End-to-End Mobility Providers
Fleet registration is expected to grow, aided mainly by registrations in the company car fleet. Company cars, which are provided mainly for work purposes in South Korea, are experiencing increased demand from industries and corporate firms. Leasing, comprising operational leasing and financial leasing, is the major sourcing channel for company cars...