Citizens Asset Finance is a division of Citizens Financial Group (NYSE CFG) – a top 15 U.S. commercial bank holding company with more than $152.3 billion in assets as of December 31, 2017. With broad experience ranging from traditional to asset-based loans, equipment finance to debt & equity capital markets, we have the expertise to structure the right financing for corporate clients.
We have leveraged our financial strength, regional presence and industry expertise in Rail, Construction, Business Aircraft, Trucking, Marine, Energy and Mining to support clients’ business needs and help them accelerate their growth.
Rail Finance Solutions
To meet the unique needs of the rail industry, our bankers deliver value through market insight, tenacity and client commitment. Our core financing solutions include:
- Tax advantaged secured term-loans, equipment leases and lease lines of credit for a wide range of assets – including railcars, locomotives, track, yard and MOW – on terms up to 15 years
- Fixed or variable terms, using Interest Rate SWAPS or LIBOR indices
- Funding and balance sheet holding of transactions between $1MM-$150MM
- Turnkey financing for projects involving land, building and equipment
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Citizens Commercial Banking Insights
The Future Is Riding on the Railroad: Why It’s Time to Focus on Acquisition
Succeeding in today’s rail market is a balancing act. Shippers have to weigh the importance of control vs. flexibility, determining the number of railcars they buy versus the number they lease.
With a recovering economy, now is the time to take control. Shippers who focus on acquiring railcars for the bulk of their business ensure they have the equipment they need to meet demand, increase off-balance sheet financing options and reduce their reliance on leasing, with its added costs of fees and renewal markups.
Download now to learn more about how strategically investing in equipment can result in capturing long-term value.