Liberbank and LeasePlan team up to offer vehicle renting to the bank customers

March 12, 2019

Liberbank and LeasePlan Spain have signed a collaboration agreement that allows the bank to offer its customers, from today onwards, the mobility solutions of the renting operator. Through this alliance, Liberbank incorporates vehicle renting into its offer and product portfolio.

 
From left to right: Angel Fernando Menéndez, deputy general manager of Liberbank Commercial Banking, and Alberto Sáez, CEO LeasePlan Spain

Thanks to this agreement, Liberbank customers will have access to a wide range of vehicles, in constant renewal, through the LeasePlan long-term renting formula. LeasePlan allow individuals and companies to access mobility as a service solutions and benefit from greater efficiency, cost savings (all services included in a monthly fee) and peace of mind (the company takes care of all the formalities related to the vehicle: maintenance, tyres, replacement vehicle, roadside assistance, sanctions management, administrative procedures, etc).

The agreement has been signed by Alberto Sáez, LeasePlan Spain CEO, and Angel Fernando Menéndez, deputy general manager of Liberbank Commercial Banking.

With this operation, Liberbank advances in its "open banking" strategy and the development of alliances with leading partners in their business segments to adapt the offer of solutions to the needs of its customers.



In the words of Alberto Sáez, LeasePlan Spain CEO, "the way we understand and demand mobility is changing rapidly. Through this agreement, we intend to extend and make our Car-as-a-Service solutions available to all Liberbank customers, so that they can enjoy its extensive benefits. The main and most immediate is that the driver can forget about the complications of owning a car; LeasePlan takes care of everything so that he can focus on simply enjoying driving”.

LeasePlan is a Dutch multinational fleet management and driver mobility company present in Spain since 1985. It operates in more than 30 countries and currently manages 1.8 million vehicles worldwide.