As we ramp into 2020, let’s take a look at what IFRS 16 has meant to you and other businesses.
It is often our experience that C level executives consider IFRS 16 / AASB 16 solely a compliance exercise and as such approach the new standard with a certain reluctance to investing in new systems. Additionally, the complexities associated with IFRS 16 are often overlooked until departments are in the depths of rolling out new business as usual (BAU) practices covering the new standard.
There are many reasons why organisations may choose to lease equipment rather than purchasing outright (using capex).
One of the key reasons is to open up funder diversification (funding flexibility) and simplify the lending process. This blog discusses ways that businesses can tackle their finance needs beyond just a traditional bank lending model.
Managers of some of Australia’s largest and more progressive companies tell us that they continue to hear a lot about the changing landscape of the IT channel sector and it’s not uncommon for a new solution and technological breakthrough to occur almost daily, yet finance providers are often out of touch with the market.
Quadrent has been operating for almost two decades in Australasia, striving to become the regions most trusted corporate equipment financier.
In the last year we have achieved a number of significant milestones with the expansion of the Australian business, the establishment of strategic partnerships across ANZ and the appointment of key personnel to support the growth of the Quadrent Group moving forward.