37% of asset finance brokers predict lender pricing increase
Keith Sangwin

37% of asset finance brokers predict lender pricing increase

More than a third of brokers (37%) believe that there will be a lender pricing increase in the asset finance market within the next 12 months, according to the latest research.

In its broker sentiment poll, United Trust Bank (UTB) revealed that 14.5% of respondents thought that pricing in the asset finance sector was unsustainable.

Other highlights from the research included:

  • 71% of asset finance brokers were content with current lender pricing
  • 14.5% believed that pricing was currently too high
  • 43% expected lender pricing to remain about the same over the next 12 months, while just 20% thought it would decrease
  • high street banks were seen as the main competition, followed by other brokers, specialist lenders, businesses self-sourcing finance and vendor or sales

“It is apparent there’s still a need for volume, but as Brexit draws near … the impact of a potential no-deal Brexit may place us in uncharted waters,” said Keith Sangwin, head of sales for asset finance at UTB (pictured above).

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