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The diversity of long term financing sources for companies


  • Georgeta Vintila

    (Academy of Economic Studies)

  • Mihai Nedelescu

    (Romanian American University)


The leasing it’s a form of financing through rent by the specialized financial companies in this operations, of some machines, equipments and some companies goods of the motivation to resort at this form of trade it’s in the specific of some operations that they achieve or in the fact that they don’t have sufficient founds of they own and borrowed to buy them. Having in view the multitude of ways to buy or to get only the utilization right of an asset (the leasing, the acquisition with cash from one’s own founds, the acquisition through a loan, the acquisition with the payment in rate) the beneficiary has to do a deep analyze of this sources. During this analyze, the most important factor has to be taken in consideration, it’s the cost of each way.

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  • Georgeta Vintila & Mihai Nedelescu, 2007. "The diversity of long term financing sources for companies," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 2(3), pages 68-76, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:2:y:2007:i:3:p:68-76

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