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Founded in 1996, Amur Equipment Finance, is an equipment finance company, based in Grand Island, Nebraska.[1] Amur Equipment Finance is an independently owned American firm in the equipment leasing industry.[2][3]

History[edit]

Amur Equipment Finance has originated over $1Bn of equipment leases; with a focus on small to medium-ticket transactions, ranging from $10K to $2MM and offering terms of 24 to 84 months.[4] [5] [6] In 2018, Amur Equipment Finance announced the closing of its sixth term securitization totaling $250,944,000.[7] Formerly known as Axis Capital, Inc, the company changed its name to Amur Equipment Finance in December 2016.[8] Amur EF employs over 120 professionals across the United States.[1][6]

Business and Services[edit]

Amur Equipment Finance provides commercial leasing and financing for a wide variety of industries including transportation, construction, commercial and industrial, manufacturing, technology, food services, agriculture, packaging, energy, franchise, graphic arts, hospitality and medical.[1][2]The company provides operating and finance leasing services for new and used equipment, such as computer hardware, software, telecommunications, office, medical, automotive, mailing, printing, and construction equipment.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "The 10 Most Active Vendor Leasing Companies of 2019". Insights Success.
  2. ^ a b c "Company Overview of Amur Equipment Finance, Inc". Bloomberg.
  3. ^ "Amur Equipment Finance Receives Great Place to Work Certification". ELFA.
  4. ^ "AMUR Equipment Finance". NEFA.
  5. ^ "Amur Equipment Finance". Construction Today.
  6. ^ a b "AMUR Equipment Finance: Exhibiting Curiosity, Agility, and Tenacity". Insights Success.
  7. ^ "RISK MANAGEMENT - BEST PRACTICES PROVE CRITICAL" (PDF). NEFA.
  8. ^ "Axis Capital Rebrands as Amur Equipment Finance". ELFA.