About VNA

About VNA

VNA, the association of Dutch vehicle leasing companies

As a trade association for car leasing companies, the VNA has represented the largest part of the Dutch leasing market since 1983.

The VNA represents the interests of its members and plays an important role in the development and professionalization of the leasing industry in the Netherlands.

The Dutch car leasing industry is an innovate sector that is socially responsible and plays al leading rol in acces to sustainable and affordable mobility for everyone. 

Platform for the vehicle leasing industry
VNA members can count on the support of their industry association for such things as advisory services, general information as well as answers to issues of a more legal, fiscal and technical nature. Finally, VNA is the platform for the entire vehicle leasing industry, a place where members can meet, discuss current developments and capitalise on that where possible.

Large network

VNA is an active member of the Confederation of Dutch Industries and Employers (VNO-NCW) and the European umbrella organization Leaseurope. VNA represents its members in many different organizations, ministries and other government bodies. As such, it participates in the early stages of drawing up policies and regulations that may affect the vehicle leasing industry in the future. VNA also works with other vehicle industry organizations such as BOVAG, the RAI Association, Evofenedex, Vereniging Zakelijke Rijders, ANWB.

Members
Leaseurope
Leaseurope

VNA is a member of Leaseurope, the European Federation of Leasing Company Associations. This umbrella body brings together 46 national associations throughout Europe representing bank-owned, captives and independent lessors as well as long and short-term automotive rental companies.

Renate Hemerik, chair VNA

“The leasing market continues to evolve, driven by new trends and developments, the growing range of electric vehicles, the shift to flexible leasing options and the integration of smart mobility technologies.”