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  1. A Closer Look at Trends in Europe & Beyond Tanguy van de Werve Director General, Leaseurope Bucharest, 18 October 2007

  2. A Closer Look at Trends in Europe & Beyond Agenda • World markets in 2006 • Leasing volumes and growth, in Europe and further a field • Leasing’s contribution to the economy • Market players • Asset types

  3. World Markets in 2006 Canada CFLA 18.5 bio€ Europe Leaseurope 297.5 bio€ of which: Equipment Leasing 250.7 bio€ US ELFA 175.2 bio€ Japan JLA 53.5 bio€ Brazil ABEL 7.2 bio€ Australia AELA 17.2 bio€ New leasing volumes; source: Leaseurope 2006 Annual Survey and local leasing associations

  4. New Leasing Volumes in Europe Total New Leasing Volumes Reported in Leaseurope Annual Surveys 297.5 bio€ CAGR: 10.9% 85.5 bio€ HP explicitly included from 2003, automotive long term rental members figures included (when available) in 2006

  5. New Leasing Volumes in Europe Equipment & Real Estate CAGR: 10.63% CAGR: 11.01% RE 46.8 bio€ Equip 250.7 bio€ New Volumes 2006

  6. New Leasing Volumes in Europe Equipment & Real Estate Low: 02 80.3% High: 97 86.7% Average Share of Equip 83.84% Average Share of RE 83.84%

  7. New Leasing Volumes in Europe New Leasing Volumes per Cluster in 2006 UK  55.0 bio€

  8. New Leasing Volumes in Europe New Leasing Volumes per Cluster in 2006 UK  55.0 bio€ Germany  50.4bio€

  9. New Leasing Volumes in Europe New Leasing Volumes per Cluster in 2006 UK  55.0 bio€ Germany  50.4bio€ Italy  48.1 bio€

  10. New Leasing Volumes in Europe New Leasing Volumes per Cluster in 2006 UK  55.0 bio€ Germany  50.4bio€ Italy  48.1 bio€ France  36.1 bio€

  11. New Leasing Volumes in Europe New Leasing Volumes per Cluster in 2006 UK  55.0 bio€ Germany  50.4bio€ Italy  48.1 bio€ France  36.1 bio€ CEE  33.4 bio€

  12. New Leasing Volumes in Europe New Leasing Volumes per Cluster in 2006 UK  55.0 bio€ Germany  50.4bio€ Italy  48.1 bio€ France  36.1 bio€ CEE  33.4 bio€ Benelux, CH, AT  28.8 bio€

  13. New Leasing Volumes in Europe New Leasing Volumes per Cluster in 2006 UK  55.0 bio€ Germany  50.4bio€ Italy  48.1 bio€ France  36.1 bio€ CEE  33.4 bio€ Benelux, CH, AT  28.8 bio€ Med  28.8 bio€

  14. New Leasing Volumes in Europe New Leasing Volumes per Cluster in 2006 UK  55.0 bio€ Germany  50.4bio€ Italy  48.1 bio€ France  36.1 bio€ CEE  33.4 bio€ Benelux, CH, AT  28.8 bio€ Med  28.8 bio€ Nordic  18.1 bio€

  15. Growth in Europe Total New Volumes: Annual Growth Rates 2006: Lower RE growth Calculated based on a homogenous sample of members reporting in the previous year

  16. Growth in Europe New Leasing Volume Growth per Cluster Annual growth rates calculated based on a homogenous sample of members reporting in the previous year

  17. Growth in Europe Total Equipment Leasing Growth Annual growth rates calculated based on a homogenous sample of members reporting in the previous year

  18. Growth in Europe Equipment vs Real Estate Leasing Growth Annual growth rates calculated based on a homogenous sample of members reporting in the previous year

  19. Growth in Europe Equipment Leasing Growth in Europe Compared to the US Annual real growth rates, US data source: ELFA

  20. Growth in Europe Equipment Leasing Growth in Europe Compared to the US and Japan Annual real growth rates, Japan data source: World Leasing Yearbook 2007 & JLA

  21. Growth in Europe Equipment Leasing Growth in Europe Compared to the US, Japan & Australia Annual real growth rates, Australian data source: AELA, includes all types of equipment finance

  22. Contribution to the European Economy Leasing Volumes as a % of GDP Leaseurope average, calculated as new leasing volumes from Leaseurope Annual Surveys divided by GDP from Eurostat for countries with available data

  23. Contribution to the European Economy Leasing Growth Compared to Investment Growth EE DK CZ SI SK SE BE NL FI UK ES IT DE FR AT CH PT Investment = GFCF – investment in private dwellings; source: Eurostat

  24. Contribution to the European Economy Leasing Growth Compared to Investment Growth PL Investment = GFCF – investment in private dwellings; source: Eurostat

  25. Contribution to the European Economy Leasing Growth Compared to Investment Growth EE DK CZ SI SK SE BE NL FI UK ES IT DE FR AT CH PT Investment = GFCF – investment in private dwellings; source: Eurostat

  26. Contribution to the European Economy CAGR (97-06) for Leasing Compared to Investment < Overall CAGR: 4.82% Overall CAGR: 8.94% Investment = GFCF – investment in private dwellings; source: Eurostat

  27. European Leasing Penetration Average Leasing Penetration Source: Leaseurope data & investment figures from Eurostat; Incl. hp from 2003 & new LT members in 2006

  28. European Leasing Penetration Average Leasing Penetration Source: Leaseurope data & investment figures from Eurostat; Incl. hp from 2003 & new LT members in 2006

  29. European Leasing Penetration Average Leasing Penetration Source: Leaseurope data & investment figures from Eurostat; Incl. hp from 2003 & new LT members in 2006

  30. European Leasing Penetration Country Level Penetration Rates (2006) 10% – 15%

  31. Leasing Penetration Country Level Penetration Rates (2006) 15% – 20% 10% – 15%

  32. Leasing Penetration Country Level Penetration Rates (2006) 20% – 25% 15% – 20% 10% – 15%

  33. Leasing Penetration Country Level Penetration Rates (2006) > 25% 20% – 25% 15% – 20% 10% – 15%

  34. Leasing Penetration Average Leasing Penetration in Europe vs US Source: ELFA

  35. Leasing Penetration Average Leasing Penetration in Europe vs Canada Source: CFLA

  36. Leasing Penetration Average Leasing Penetration in Europe vs Australia Source: AELA

  37. European Market Players Short Term Evolution in Leasing Company Profile Based on homogenous sample of members reporting in all surveys, measured in terms of number of firms

  38. European Market Players Short Term Evolution in Leasing Company Profile Based on homogenous sample of members reporting in all surveys, measured in terms of number of firms

  39. European Market Players Short Term Evolution in Leasing Company Profile 2000: Bank Related: 33% Captive: 18% Independent: 32% 2006: Bank Related: 42% Captive: 16% Independent: 28% Based on homogenous sample of members reporting in all surveys, measured in terms of number of firms

  40. European Market Players Concentration of European Leasing Companies # of firms % of tot market

  41. European Market Players Concentration of European Leasing Companies # of firms % of tot market

  42. European Market Players Concentration of European Leasing Companies # of firms % of tot market

  43. European Market Players Concentration of European Leasing Companies # of firms % of tot market

  44. Types of Asset on Lease New Leasing Volumes per Asset Category (2006) Non Auto Equip Cars 101.7 bil€ 34% 101.1 bil€ 34% 50% 50% RE CVs 47.9 bil€ 16% 46.8 bil€ 16% Source: Leaseurope 2006 Annual Survey. Includes data for Leaseurope’s new automotive long term rental members (when available)

  45. Equipment Leasing New Equipment Leasing Volumes per Asset Category (2006) Total Equipment Volume: 250.7 bil€ Computers & Business Machines Machinery & Industrial Equip Road Transport Vehicles Ships, Rail, Plane, etc Passenger Cars Other

  46. Equipment Leasing Category Growth 05/06 Asset Share 06 Computers & Business Machines Machinery & Industrial Equip Road Transport Vehicles Ships, Rail, Plane, etc Passenger Cars Other Growth calculated based on a homogenous sample of members reporting in the previous year

  47. Equipment Leasing Category Growth 05/06 Asset Share 06 16.25 Machinery & Industrial Equip 8.78 Ships, Rail, Plane, etc Computers & Business Machines 3.23 Passenger Cars 2.73 17.54 Road Transport Vehicles Computers & Business Machines Machinery & Industrial Equip Road Transport Vehicles Ships, Rail, Plane, etc Passenger Cars Other

  48. Equipment Leasing Category Growth 05/06 Category Growth 04/05 16.25 Machinery & Industrial Equip Machinery & Industrial Equip Ships, Rail, Plane, etc 23.34 6.97 8.78 Computers & Business Machines Computers & Business Machines Ships, Rail, Plane, etc 3.23 3.10 Passenger Cars 17.54 2.73 Road Transport Vehicles Passenger Cars 9.02 18.38 Road Transport Vehicles Growth calculated based on a homogenous sample of members reporting in the previous year

  49. Equipment Leasing Cluster Specialisation (2006) Other Types of Equip Passenger Cars Machinery & Industrial Equip Road Transport Vehicles Computers & Business Machines Ships, Plane, Rail, etc

  50. Equipment Leasing Short Term Evolution of Client Categories Other client categories Consumers Public Sector Services Industry & Construction Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing