Canadian Dominion Leasing is the oldest name in the Canadian leasing industry. With over 50 years of experience in the Canadian equipment leasing industry, CDL provides its’ clients with finance and leasing solutions tailored to their specific needs.
An independent Canadian company, CDL specializes in equipment for transportation, construction, industrial and manufacturing industries in Canada.
Whether you are a small or medium sized business, a vendor or broker looking for a better experience, CDL will treat your inquiry with the respect and attention that it truly deserves.
Understanding your business and its needs is a top priority at CDL. We offer a variety of sources for your finance and leasing requirements…
- For “small-ticket” transactions, we are a direct lender.
- For “mid-ticket” transactions, we act as your intermediary to various institutional lenders and private lenders.
Our service starts with your call, finding the right solution for you and, continues throughout the entire term.
To learn more about how we can help your business, take a minute to explore the CDL Advantage and our product offerings here. Or contact us directly and let us find the right financial solution for you and your business.
Canadian Dominion Leasing Corp. is a member of The Canadian Finance & Leasing Association
CFLA Code of Ethics
The Canadian Finance & Leasing Association (CFLA) represents equipment and vehicle leasing and asset based finance companies in Canada. As a member of the CFLA, Canadian Dominion Leasing Corp. supports and adheres to its Code of Ethics in all of its business practices. These standards serve as guiding principles for all engaged in the business of leasing and asset-based financing.
At all times conduct our activities with integrity, dignity and professionalism and encourage such conduct by others in the leasing industry.
Maintain respect for keen competition and seek no unfair advantage by dishonest or unethical means.
At all times adhere to the specific terms of funding commitments, commission agreements and purchase orders.
Not knowingly make false or misleading statements or withhold information vital to an intelligent business decision concerning any aspect of a leasing transaction.
Disclose all relevant information as to the terms and conditions of the lease, which may effect the lessee’s decision.
Treat in a fiduciary capacity all funds received from the lessee, which may be returned to the lessee.
Hold in strict confidence all financial information supplied by the lessee on a confidential basis.
Not make payments directly to an employee of a vendor or business source without that company’s knowledge.
For more information on the Canadian Financing and Leasing Association, please click on this link.