Repayments are structured to match the cash flow of your business. For instance, repayments for a school will be structured to fall at the beginning of school terms. A normal lease period is 2 to 5 years depending on the type of equipment financed and the lessee’s own anticipated cash flow.
Yes! One can lease more than one product provided they have adequate cash flows to maintain the repayments.
Throughout the lease period dfcu Bank (lessor) retains full ownership of the leased asset with the understanding that the client uses and keeps the asset in good working condition. The client is required to keep the asset comprehensively insured at all times during the lease period. Through our Insurance Premium Financing (IPF) facility, we provide financing for insurance and the customer pays for it during the lease period.
The client identifies the equipment that meets their personal or business requirements. We will however verify that it: is of good and merchantable quality; is from a reputable supplier; and is priced competitively, before paying for it.
The lease amounts vary from UGX. 50M to over UGX. 15BN or the US dollar equivalent. However, transaction outside this range.
Properly established businesses; companies, partnerships, sole proprietors and individuals who can practically demonstrate a steady cash flow to meet rental payments.
Any good quality, brand new or used assets including cars, trucks, buses, computers, manufacturing equipment, printing presses, medical equipment, communication equipment, energy, power supply equipment and many more.
Leasing is a medium-term finance option for acquiring equipment, business vehicles, and machinery. A contract is drawn between two parties (dfcu Bank and you) whereby dfcu Bank (lessor) provides an asset for usage to you (lessee) for a specified period of time, in return for specified rental payments at an agreed interest rate.