DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/krxg65/2016_outlook_of) has announced the addition of the "2016 Outlook of Fleet Vehicle Leasing Market in Europe" report to their offering.
The outlook study provides an overview of the fleet vehicle leasing market (passenger cars and light commercial vehicles) across Europe. In addition to commentary on key highlights in 2015, the study provides forecast measurements for 2016 for the size of the fleet market and funding choices in the company car market (operational lease, financial lease, and outright purchase).
It also highlights the key trends shaping the industry grouping them into four categories-growth channels, competitor development, fleet operator efficiency, and mobility for all, with 2016 predictions provided for each category.
The acquisition of GE Capital's European business by Arval in 2015 has put further distance between the four largest leasing providers and the rest. While size is not a guarantee for business success, having scale in operations does help with meeting needs of global clients while at same time providing economies in terms of buying power with manufacturers and service provider partners.
Usage continues to increase at a high pace across Europe and in 2015 strong growth was recorded in primarily mature European markets for small business and private lease sales. While much of the private market comprises new customers, company car drivers eligible for a perk vehicle but taking cash instead of car are being attracted to a personal contract to eliminate concerns over Benefit In Kind taxation, and have greater value for money and vehicle choice.
1. Executive Summary
2. European Fleet Vehicle Leasing Market Metrics
3. Key Market Trends - Growth Channels
4. Key Market Trends-Competitor Development
5. Key Market Trends-Fleet Operator Efficiency
6. Key Market Trends-Mobility For All
7. Conclusions and Recommendations
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