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Fleet News explores the future of leasing in new FN50 webinar

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Fleet News will host a special leasing and funding webinar on November 3 at 2pm, sponsored by Jaama, which will draw on data and analysis from the 2020 FN50, with a panel of experts dissecting the leasing trends and debating how the sector will evolve to address the growing demand for mobility solutions.

The FN50 future of leasing and funding webinar will provide a market outlook, assessing the future balance of power between bank, OEM, dealer, private equity and independent leasing companies, the evolving ecosystem on ownership versus servitisation, pay per use models, the growing demand for flexible funding, mobility and travel services, and electric vehicle demand, including the migration process, infrastructure and residual values.

The panel will also consider the long-term impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Martin Evans, managing director at sponsor Jaama, said: “Jaama is pleased to continue its long-term association with the FN50 as it sponsors the first ever leasing and funding webinar.

“For us, the FN50 represents the annual celebration of the UK contract hire and leasing industry and we look forward to being part of the webinar which will discuss how fleets and their drivers are dealing with the global pandemic.”


· Martin Evans, Jaama managing director - sponsor

· Richard Jones, Lex Autolease managing director

· Ian Tilbrook, consultant and former VWFS fleet director

· Fiona Howarth, Octopus Electric CEO

· Paul Hollick, AFP chair

· Colin Tourick, leasing consultant/expert

· Mark Main, EY director - valuations modelling and economics. UK transport lead

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