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Leasys UK publishes 2017 financial statement

By Mark Salisbury
Monday, March 26, 2018 - 09:19

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Leasys UK, the contract hire company of FCA Bank (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Bank) has published its 2017 financial statement and is delighted to show that it has passed well beyond the 11,000 mark for the number of vehicles currently on its fleet.

It’s further proof of the prestigious status in the automotive contract hire industry of a company which celebrated its 20thanniversary in the UK in 2016 – the same year that it was recognised as the fastest growing automotive leasing company in the UK by the FN50.

The latest financial statement shows that Leasys UK turnover increased by 34 per cent last year, and its fleet size at the end of 2017 stands at 11,358 – an increase of 33 per cent when compared with 2016’s figure. The company has ambitious plans to continue that growth too, and has forecast a fleet size of 20,000 vehicles by 2020.

“I am pleased to present the latest financial statement for 2017,” says Roberto Bellavia, Head of Leasys UK. “Growth is on track and we are confident that we can achieve our strategic plans with the support of dealer-partners to grow the fleet size to 20,000 within the given time period.

Leasys
A key player in Italy in the market for Contract Hire and automotive services, Leasys S.p.A is a wholly-owned company of the FCA Bank Group, a joint venture between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Crédit Agricole. Started in September 2001, Leasys currently manages a fleet of over 150,000 vehicles (cars and commercial vehicles featuring all makes, including many Fiat Chrysler Automobiles brands) which targets large companies, small and medium businesses, public administration, professionals and private individuals. (www.leasys.com)

Leasys UK established in 1996 (formerly FCA Fleet Services UK) and part of FCA Bank S.p.A., have been providing a range of personal and business contract hire and related services for FCA customers.

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