Finance and leasing execs discuss pandemic's impact, key near-term issues

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How has the pandemic changed the way your organization conducts business the past nine months? Are any of the changes permanent? What is the key issue facing the rail finance and leasing sector in the next five years? Among their responses: Remote working (at least in some form) is here to stay, and businesses of all shapes and sizes might need to continue reconsidering how to collaborate, as well as how to best deliver solutions to customers who also are rethinking work. As for the biggest issues? They range from the future of rail-asset ownership (and, accordingly, financing) to near-term equipment demand to an assortment of global trade questions. 


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