Definition: [ˈæset ˈfaɪnæns] is the receipt of monetary assistance from investors in exchange for a part of the profit. By sources of formation, financial resources are divided into those which:
formed at the expense of own funds such as share capital or target charges;
mobilized in financial markets as a result of transactions with securities;
arrived in the order of redistribution, for example, subventions or insurance compensation.
The purpose of asset financing is the provision of the necessary volume and rational structure of current and non-current holdings, taking into account the specificity of each business entity's activities.
Asset Finance in a sentences:
The company management decided to cover part of its expenses by asset finance.
The consultant advised the businessman to apply to asset finance in order to open a new branch.
Synonyms and related words: aid finance, credit finance, resource finance