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Getinge launches financing program with BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions

Getinge announces new partnership with BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions for innovative payment solutions for its European customers.

The bespoke finance solutions will make it easier for healthcare professionals to invest in Getinge’s products and solutions, helping them to preserve working capital and in parallel, transition towards sustainable usage-based models.

“With BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions we’re in a great position to strengthen our customer offering in Europe,” says Sebastien Blanche, Global Head Getinge Financial Services at Getinge. “This partnership is about being creative and adding measurable value, especially by reducing the cost of acquisition for life-saving Getinge technology”.

The partnership will operate as part of Getinge’s Financial Services, which is a dedicated team of experts enabling health care projects through creative acquisition models. Getinge has been offering financial services since 2015 covering working capital finance, equipment and technology finance, leasing solutions and managed equipment service packages.

Jeroen Veldhuizen, Global Head of Medical Market at BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions said: “I’m very happy to see Getinge and BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions join forces to offer sustainable, innovative and competitive finance solutions to healthcare professionals across Europe. I am confident that our combined expertise together with the structural shift towards sustainable usage-based models will make this partnership a success.”

About BNP PARIPAS Leasing Solutions
As the European leader in asset finance, BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions supports the growth of its clients and industrial partners by offering rental and finance solutions with services across multiple markets. At the heart of the usage economy, we provide businesses with the flexibility they need to remain competitive and grow sustainably. In 2020, we financed 310,000 projects for a total volume of 12.8 billion euros in 20 countries, including Europe, Asia, and North America. For more information, visit: