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Romanian financial leasing market in 2015: new financed volume of 1600 million Euro, increasing by 21% compared to 2014

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Autor: Bancherul.ro
2016-02-17 16:03

Romanian financial leasing market has ended the year 2015 with a new financed volume of 1 600 million Euro, increasing by 21% compared to 2014, according to a statement of the leasing association ALB Romania. 

As of December 31st, 2015, the Romanian financial leasing market has recorded a new financed volume amounting at 1 600 million Euro, i.e. an increase of 21% compared with the same period of 2014.

The distribution by types of assets was as follows:

 76.7 % (1 227 million Euro) for passenger cars and commercial vehicles; with a constant evolution compared to the same period of the previous year;
 20.6% (329 million Euro) for equipment;
 2.7% (44 million Euro) for real estate.

At the level of new financed volumes, the vehicles have recorded a 23% increase compared to the same period last year.

From the point of view of the financing per vehicles categories, the passenger cars financing has a constant weight representing a majority of 49% out of the total new financed volume for vehicles, followed by the financing of heavy commercial vehicles (38%) and the financing of light
commercial vehicles (12%), as well as of other vehicle categories (1%).

“We are glad to see an exceptional performance of the leasing market in 2015, regarding both the financed volumes and the growth dynamics. The market has reached 1,600 million Euros new financed volumes and
has recorded the best dynamics in the post-crisis period, an annual increase of 21%. These results confirm our expectations and give us confidence that the positive trend will continue in the following years, in a context in which expectations about the economy evolution are also the most positive”, said Felix Daniliuc, ALB President.

Compared to the same period of 2014, at the end of 2015 it was registered an increase of the construction field weight (from 14% to 19%), similar to the financing of medical equipment (from 6% to 8%) and to the financing of electric power technologies (from 3% to 9%).

The financing of the agricultural equipment sector, although decreasing by 2% compared to the same period of 2014, is still representing a majority of 24% out of the total equipment financed through financial leasing.

The quota of other industries equipment financing is decreasing as it follows: the wood processing equipment financing (decreasing from 5% to 2%, the food industry (from 7% to 5%) and the textile industry
(from 2% to 1%).

The financing of the other economic sectors has still a relatively constant weight. The real estate sector maintains its historically low rate as in 2013 and 2014, at 2.7%, in accordance with the general context of the real estate market in Romania.

The corporate clients attracted the largest share (97%) of the total financings, followed by individual clients (2%) and by the public sector (1%).

The majority of legal entities which use financial leasing as a financing source for their necessary business purchases are the SMEs. The public-private partnership (PPP) has recorded a share of only 1% indicating the lack of appetite of the public authorities for this financing model of national investment projects.

The most frequent period of the leasing contracts is 4-5 years (32%), followed by 3-4 years (24%), 2-3 years (17%), 5-7 years (12%), 1-2 years (8%), 1 year (4%) and 7-15 years (3%) and. The period 7-15 years is characteristic for the financing of the real estate market.

The biggest market share is registered by the financial leasing companies that are subsidiaries to banks, with 81% out of the total, followed by the captive companies with 13% and by the independent financial leasing
companies, with 6%.

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