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Leasing Life is an editorially independent source of news, features and analysis dedicated to the UK and European leasing community. 

Designed as a tool for lessors, captives, brokers, lawyers and other financial services personnel, Leasing Life provides in-depth analysis of key trends, markets and products through exclusive news, expert opinion and senior-level interviews from an independent and objective editorial viewpoint.

Leasing Life is also the premier coordinator of events and conferences for the industry. Our annual conference & awards ceremony, held in a different European destination each year, explores key industry themes from the perspective of market leaders all the way down to independent lessors. These events are an opportunity to share ideas, discover strategic trends and network with peers, while accessing insight into exclusive research and case studies delivered by the industry’s thought leaders. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our 2020 conference will be a virtual event.

Leasing Life is owned by Verdict, an innovative, fast-growing economic and business research firm that provides critical intelligence on emerging economies and key global industries. Verdict employs hundreds of researchers, analysts and journalists in offices around the world including London, San Francisco, Hyderabad, Sydney and Singapore. Verdict is a business intelligence publishing division of GlobalData Plc. 

Editorial Board


Alejandro Gonzalez


Alejandro is an online editor with over 10 years’ experience working for B2B websites and journals for a UK readership. Currently, he’s the editor of Leasing Life, Verdict’s dedicated title for the asset finance and finance leasing community in the UK and across Europe. He has media experience in radio, television and print journalism in Australia, Thailand and the UK. He enjoys nothing more than telling stories using words, images and the occasional graph. In the evening he swaps his editor’s pen for a tall glass of Malbec, if he’s lucky.