LIBOR was developed in 1984 as a measure of the real rate at which banks lend money to each other. Since the early 1990s, LIBOR has been used as a funding index for fleet leases. However, when the recent turmoil in the financial markets prompted governments to "backstop" bank borrowing, the cost of lending money began to represent a government-guaranteed rate, which no longer correlated to fleet lessor costs.
Fleet Management Companies Offer Green Initiative Programs
Responding to increasing interest and demand for environmentally responsive programs, fleet management companies offer an array of corporate green fleet initiatives.