Definition for : Leveraged lease

Leveraged Lease is a three-sided arrangement among the Lessor, the Lessee and the lenders. The Principal difference with other Leases is that the lender supplies a part of the financing to the Lessor – who will use this amount to co-finance the acquisition of the asset – and receive Interest payments from the Lessor.
(See Chapter 22 Shares of the Vernimmen)
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