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Leasing is a form of financing that allows clients to own all type of assets such as real estate, vehicles, machinery & equipment through leasing with a monthly or quarterly rental for a period of 3 to 7 years until having full ownership at the end of the contract.
MLF Finance will purchases the asset or equipment required to be purchased and registered in its name, and then transfers its possession to the lessee who uses it against specific payments. Thus, the financial lease enables the enterprises to acquire the necessary assets for their activity without the need to invest a large amount of capital. Owing to the ownership of the lessee's leased asset, there is less need for a large volume of collateral, as is the case with bank financing.
Commersial administrative buildings for companies and factories
Machines & Equipments
Production Line & Machinery
Cars & Shipping Transportation Equipment
Tourist Boats

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Is your business in need for an expansion or for any additional investment? Are you targeting growth for your business by purchasing movables and real estate? Allocating funding resources for these steps from internal sources of fund like equity and working capital, might not be the optimum scenario for executing your plan. With leasing facilities, we provide you a mid- and long- term funding scheme tailored to match your financing needs, while not stressing on your internal sources of fund.

Direct Lease

A direct lease is a financing arrangement by which the lessor buys the property and rents it directly to the lessee

Sell & Lease Back

In a sell & lease back, an asset that is previously owned by the seller is sold to someone else and then leased back to the first owner for a long duration


A syndicated loan, also known as a syndicated bank facility, is financing offered by a group of lenders—referred to as a syndicate—who work together to provide funds for a single borrower.

Security Agent

a company need to use a collateral agent (also known as security agent or security trustee)? When lenders take collateral as security for their loans, a collateral/ security agent is often appointed to enforce rights against the collateral in the event of the borrower’s default under the loan or bond documents.