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Solar Power – A new opportunity for local councils Article Image

Solar Power – A new opportunity for local councils

24 Mar 2017

Blog

Over recent years, global warming has become a widely talked about topic, with many private and public sector organisations and entities looking to implement solar power to run their equipment and offices.

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Maia Financial Sponsors University of Auckland Velocity Program

21 Mar 2017

Blog

Maia Financial are pleased to announce it will be sponsoring the University of Auckland’s student entrepreneurship program, Velocity, for a third year running.

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Cash rates on hold as economy recovers Article Image

Cash rates on hold as economy recovers

13 Mar 2017

Blog

A record low cash rate of 1.5 per cent is expected to remain for 2017, as the economy continues to recover and the central bank aims to stimulate further growth.

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Maia Financial Supports International Women’s Day

8 Mar 2017

Blog

Today is International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women across the world.

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Sydney Intermediary Launch Event Article Image

Sydney Intermediary Launch Event

7 Mar 2017

Blog

Alleasing launched a new Intermediary Services division, led by Head of Intermediary Sales, David Onto

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Don’t Hang Up on Customers: Capital Key to Remaining Competitive Article Image

Don’t Hang Up on Customers: Capital Key to Remaining Competitive

28 Feb 2017

Blog

Australia’s telecommunications sector is no stranger to hurdles. Declining revenues, rising costs and rapid technological change have all hit the sector over recent years. In addition, the industry is among the most capital-intensive in Australia, spending 95 cents on capex for every dollar paid in wages, meaning funds must be used wisely to ensure ongoing growth and profitability is achieved.

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Small business driving global equipment finance market Article Image

Small business driving global equipment finance market

20 Feb 2017

Blog

Conditions in the equipment finance sector continue to improve around the world, according to the Global Asset and Auto Finance Survey 2016 published by Asset Finance International in association with White Clarke Group.Research by China’s financial leasing association has found that while there has been some slowdown in demand in China, the Asian economic giant is still on track to overtake the US as the number one market in the world.European markets have also seen improvements across the year. However, in Australia, conditions are mixed.

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Self-reliant New Zealand businesses positive about the future Article Image

Self-reliant New Zealand businesses positive about the future

20 Feb 2017

Blog

The latest Alleasing Equipment Demand Index shows businesses expect to substantially grow their asset base this year. This is against a positive economic backdrop, with the New Zealand economy turning in the economic growth of 3.6 per cent, one of the highest in the developed world.

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Business assets worth twice New Zealand GDP Article Image

Business assets worth twice New Zealand GDP

15 Feb 2017

Blog

Businesses in New Zealand are nothing but independent and resilient as they seek to own their equipment outright, however, many of them are struggling under the cost of capital and lack of access.

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Are Australian Businesses Prepared for Amazon’s Arrival? Article Image

Are Australian Businesses Prepared for Amazon’s Arrival?

14 Feb 2017

Blog

Amazon is expected to open its doors – at least figuratively – in Australia later this year. The entry of the US online behemoth into the Australian market will shake up the consumer goods sector as never before.

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Capital constraints a common complaint for Australian businesses Article Image

Capital constraints a common complaint for Australian businesses

9 Feb 2017

Whitepaper

Three in ten Australian businesses say that capital constraints are hampering their ability to grow and function efficiently. Of those businesses which cited this issue, 52.4 per cent said they had fundamental problems accessing sufficient capital from banks, investors, other lenders and shareholders.

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