Asset finance consultancy Invigors is to host three debate events looking at how senior decision-makers in the asset finance industry can take advantage of new opportunities in the market.
The events will be held at the Institute of Directors in London and are part of the consultancy’s 2014 Executive Briefings series.
The meetings will be centred around the theme of "New Perspectives – Building for Growth", and will explore how companies can profit by taking advantages of the opportunities and address the challenges of the coming years through a blend of expert speakers and debate.
The opening briefing on the 1 May will focus on asset management and feature presentations from Bruce Williams, managing director of Oshkosh Capital, Alastair Borissow, general manager of remarketing Europe and emerging markets, at Cisco Capital, Ian Robertson, principal at Invigors Asset Management, and Artti Aurasmaa, chief executive officer of 3 Step IT.
Among the issues covered, Williams will discuss the importance of asset management to the differentiation and value of a provider’s leasing proposition, and Borissow will speak on the topic of sustainability and the role of asset management in the circular economic model.
Robertson will cover the catalytic role of big data, the internet of things, and disruptive technology, while Aurasmaa will address the shifting nature of customer needs and the implications of such changes for the asset finance industry.
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The second and third event of the series are scheduled for the 22 May and 19 June and will cover technology and the evolution of manufacturer finance, respectively.