With the rise in smart technology systems, businesses across the globe are implementing this technology within their offices to increase productivity and optimise operations, among other benefits. Now that these systems can be realised through asset finance solutions, more and more businesses in South Africa can join the smart revolution. This empowers South Africans with the opportunity to successfully compete with local and international players in their industry. Read on to find out which smart office systems are currently trending, as well as what benefits they offer to businesses across multiple industries.
There still exist many misconceptions around the term “finance”. At Merchant West we strive to demystify asset finance and promote it as a bespoke solution for businesses to acquire the equipment and systems they need to grow. Finance should not be limited as the misconstrued term it often is referred to, used to simply describe people who cannot afford to buy. The reality of finance is that it is designed for profitable companies that want to become industry leaders, with best-practice financial risk management consciousness. Our asset finance solutions are designed for the ambitious, here’s why:
Keeping up with technology often means that businesses are budgeting for new purchases each year to continuously refresh their security infrastructure and taking a financial knock on the depreciating asset value of the outdated equipment. At least that has been the case up
New approaches to security asset financing, such as an operating lease enables the business to implement their security refresh projects, but without purchasing the equipment. This model keeps depreciating assets off the client’s balance sheets, while the supplier can offer their clients fully financed end-to-end solutions they can bank on.
Global Credit Ratings (“GCR”) has accorded the following final, public long-term credit rating to the following Secured Class A Notes (“Class A Notes”) issued by MW Asset Rentals (RF) Ltd (the “Issuer”) (the “Transaction”) on 18 November 2016:
● Class A Notes, stock code MWAR01; R450,000,000; AAA(ZA)(sf) Stable Outlook.
GCR concurrently accorded the following final, public long-term credit rating to the following Notes issued by the Issuer on 29 March 2018 (“New Issuance”):
● Class A Notes, stock code MWAR02; R300,000,000; AAA(ZA)(sf) Stable Outlook.
The Issuer has increased the Subordinated Loan to R64,645,000 from R44,645,000 that is unrated and held by Merchant West (Pty) Ltd.