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Need Financing to Acquire Property and Equipment?

 

If you plan to replenish the fixed assets of your company with vehicles, modern equipment or up-to-date technical facilities, we can support you by offering the financial lease service of Ameriabank. It will help you to effectively upgrade your equipment without pledging real estate or any other property.

 

 

 

Leasing is acquisition of property for a certain fee specified in the lease agreement. The property is transferred to an individual or business (lessee) under certain conditions and for an agreed period, entitling the lessee to purchase the leased asset.

 

Ameriabank offers leasing services to all types of manufacturing companies with at least 12 months’ experience in business, as well as to companies engaged in trade and services, which have functional business within Armenia for at least 6 months and need fixed asset financing.

Ameriabank’s leasing facility is tailored to assist in acquisition of diverse fixed assets:

  • industrial equipment
  • medical equipment
  • trade and service equipment
  • power and communication equipment
  • agricultural machinery
  • vehicles
  • construction equipment
  • real estate

 

 

  

Advantages of Leasing

Express leasing:  maximum AMD 40 million or foreign currency equivalent


Leasing: over AMD 40 million or foreign currency equivalent 

 

 

 

 


Updated 11.10.2017, 15:16

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