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  • Strategy for staying ahead

    ICBC Leasing was ranked, at the end of 2018, as the largest Chinese lessor in terms of asset value. Qiang Li, its deputy chief executive officer, tells Elsie Guan how ICBC Leasing maintains its position as one of the world’s leading lessors.

  • Analysis: Are financiers comfortable funding the Max?

    Airfinance Journal talks to several banks with exposure to the Max. There are growing concerns on two points: this year’s budget capacity and residual values.

  • Legal Survey and Rising Stars deadline extended

    The deadline for Airfinance Journal's Legal Survey and Rising Stars has been extended to 31 May 2019.

  • Lessors should target higher ratings

    Aircraft lessors should aim higher in their ratings ambitions.

  • Airfinance Journal Awards 2018 winners: New York

    Airfinance Journal announced its Deal of the Year Awards winners on 2 May 2019 at a ceremony held at the Metropolitan Club in New York.

  • Making its mark in engine financing

    Traditionally seen as an engine trader and spare parts provider, GA Telesis has increased its presence as an investor over the past two years.

  • Airfinance Journal’s legal survey/rising stars now open

    Law firms are asked to submit their 2018 deals to Airfinance Journal by 24 May 2019.

  • New names and portfolio deals hit Jolco market

    The white hot Japanese operating lease with call option market is showing an appetite for new credits, such as Virgin Australia, and the soaring competition that has led some arrangers to focus on funding other assets.

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