Business

Financial Leasing

At the request of the lessee, the lessor purchases the specified equipment from the seller's designated seller under the specified conditions, and the lessee obtains the right of use and the right to profit, and undertakes the obligation to pay the rent on schedule. A leasing business model in which ownership of equipment can be obtained at the purchase price.

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Sale and Leaseback

The lessee transfers the ownership of its own equipment to the leasing company to incorporate the funds. A lease business model in which the lessee signs a leaseback contract with the leasing company, leases the equipment back to use, pays the rent to the leasing company on schedule during the lease period, and regains ownership of the equipment when the lease period expires. The lessee does not affect the operation of the enterprise, at the same time expands the source of funds and improves the liquidity of existing assets.

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Operating Lease

Lessor purchases equipment according to market needs, a method of leasing by continuously leasing to different users to recover the lease investment and obtain corresponding profits. The characteristic of the operating lease business is that the ownership of the leased property always belongs to the lessor, and the lessor accrues depreciation and is responsible for maintenance. The rent payable by the lessee is included in the cost as a financial expense.

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Sub-Lease

Multiple financial leasing business with the same object as the subject matter. In the sublease business, the lessee of the previous lease contract is also the lessor of the next lease contract, called the sublease. The sublease rents the leased property from another lessor and then sublet it to a third party. The sublease is for the purpose of collecting the rent difference. When the sublease period expires, the ownership of the leased property belongs to the first lessee.

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