Taiwan exchange. Sector: Financial Services. Industry: Financial Conglomerates. Location Taiwan, Taipei.

Chailease Holding Company Limited [5871.TWTaiwan

186.5USD0.5 (+0.27%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

8,647,703,435 USD
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About Chailease Holding Company Limited

Chailease Holding Company Limited, an investment holding company, provides various leasing and financing services in Taiwan, China, ASEAN countries, and internationally. It offers leasing services for a range of assets, including transportation, industrial, medical, and information and office-related equipment, as well as aircraft; and installment sales service to corporate customers in various industries, such as transportation, storage and communications, wholesale and retail, and construction, as well as to individual consumers. The company also provides import/export factoring services; direct financing services, such as loans to corporate and individual customers; and debt collection and management, debt and collateral appraisal, auctioning, and past-due accounts receivable management services to financial institutions. In addition, it is involved in the life and property insurance brokerage; overdue receivables collection; gasoline wholesale; solar power plants investment, engineering, procurement, construction, operations, and maintenance; and real estate development businesses. Further, the company provides house property leasing and management services; financial consulting and trading activities; mortgage services; and cloud products software. Chailease Holding Company Limited was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan.

Chailease Holding Company Limited
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