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Press Materials – Siemens Financial Services

Siemens Financial Services (SFS) – the financing arm of Siemens – provides business-to-business financial solutions. A unique combination of financial expertise, risk management and industry know-how enable SFS to create tailored innovative financial solutions. With these, SFS facilitates growth, creates value, enhances competitiveness and helps customers access new technologies. SFS supports investments with equipment financing and leasing, corporate lending, equity investments and project and structured financing. Trade and receivable financing solutions complete the SFS portfolio. With an international network, SFS is well adapted to country-specific legal requirements and able to provide financial solutions globally. Within Siemens, SFS is an expert adviser for financial risks. Siemens Financial Services has its global headquarters in Munich, Germany, and has almost 3,000 employees worldwide. 
Siemens Financial Services

Management

Roland Chalons-Browne

Roland W. Chalons-Browne

CEO Siemens Financial Services GmbH

Further Information

Infographics

Smart Finance: the remedy for increasing pressures in healthcare

Smart Finance: the remedy for increasing pressures in healthcare

SFS research reveals that global healthcare organizations are using smart finance in order to meet four key pressures. Over half of healthcare CFOs surveyed are already using a range of financing techniques, amongst which asset finance is the most popular.
Financing Digitalization and Automation

Financing Digitalization and Automation

How pioneering finance managers use asset finance to acquire new technology and thereby address key challenges in the manufacturing sector.
Pioneering healthcare finance - expert insights into essential technology investment

Pioneering healthcare finance - expert insights into essential technology investment

A research from Siemens Financial Services (SFS) reveals key challenges confronting the global healthcare sector. Conducted with healthcare providers across thirteen countries, the report has identified four common challenges: 'managing investment in a capital-constrained environment', 'adapting to market forces', 'digital innovation and technological transformation' and 'meeting regulation and compliance requirements'. Healthcare finance managers are deploying pioneering financing techniques to combat these obstacles. Leasing, rental and cost-to-use solutions are highlighted in particular.
More from Less - Financing the future of manufacturing

More from Less - Financing the future of manufacturing

Around the world, significant untapped potential for electricity savings is available to the manufacturing industry, according to a study by Siemens Financial Services. The study estimates the industrial electricity-efficiency potential, which is defined as the proportion of current electricity consumption that could be saved if more energy-efficient equipment were installed. Amongst the examined geographies, the figures for potential energy savings range from 14% to levels approaching 20%. In order to fund energy-efficient equipment investments and upgrades asset financing techniques are establishing themselves as cost-effective, affordable methods.
Seizing the digitalization opportunity - How financing drives innovation and digitalization

Seizing the digitalization opportunity - How financing drives innovation and digitalization

Financing is becoming an increasingly important investment-enabler as organizations seek to harness technological innovations to enhance effectiveness. Innovative financing techniques are helping to drive growth in industry, healthcare and infrastructure by enabling investment in the digitalization of processes and technologies. An increasing range of tailored financing methods is available on the market to support equipment, technology and software acquisitions and technology upgrades. These include e.g. Total cost of ownership (TCO) financing, performance-based financing or energy efficient technology financing.
Financing for offshore wind power plants

Financing for offshore wind power plants

As the financing arm of Siemens, the world's largest supplier of offshore wind turbines, Siemens Financial Services (SFS) has invested in projects in all European offshore wind markets Investing equity and debt capital has afforded Siemens Financial Services valuable market insight that provides benefits to its current and future project partnerships. Therefore SFS knows about challenges and solutions throughout the project lifecycle.