Phil Oakley 

Putting rented assets on a company's balance sheet is long overdue

Phil Oakley

Putting rented assets on a company's balance sheet is long overdue

Over the past few weeks I’ve been writing about the huge benefits investors can get from studying a company’s financial statements. This week I want to focus on one of the biggest changes to impact financial statements for some time: the appearance of rented – or leased – assets and liabilities on a company’s balance sheet.

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