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  • Natixis sees frothy ABS market

    Gareth John, the French bank’s global head of aviation, tells Jack Dutton why is not too concerned about interest rates this year.

  • Analysis: EETCs buck trend in booming 2018

    Both the secured and unsecured markets for lessors were firing on all cylinders in 2018, writes Jack Dutton, and financiers expect this to continue this year.

  • AFJ’s 2018 Deals of the Year awards submission deadline approaching

    Airfinance Journal is now in its final week of submissions for its annual global Deals of the Year Awards, which recognise the most innovative transactions, teams and individuals in aviation finance in 2018.

  • Why are listed aircraft lessors losing value?

    Last year was a torrid time for publicly listed aircraft lessors, with only two increasing their share price. Jack Dutton asks why.

  • AFJ opens submissions for 2018 Deals of the Year awards

    Airfinance Journal is now taking submissions for its annual global Deals of the Year Awards, which recognise the most innovative transactions, teams and individuals in aviation finance in 2018.

  • Industry 'hitting it on all cylinders': Boeing Capital

    US aerospace manufacturer Boeing is hopeful that the Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank) will return next year after it builds a full quorum for the first time since 2015.

  • Analysis: Lessor strength supports robust ABS market

    Asset-backed securities (ABS) are a safe and effective investment vehicle for investors, as they are backed by leasing companies that are well-equipped to weather the unpredictable shocks of the aviation cycle, a panel of industry experts has said.

  • Deal focus: Cedar Aviation Finance

    Senior management at the Dubai-based Novus tell Jack Dutton about CAF, a platform that provides junior and mezzanine loans for airlines financing Boeing aircraft.

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