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Investor participation in Aviation Leasing

Thursday, November 29, 2007
Over the last 30 years the aircraft operating lease industry has evolved from a few players, that each owned a handful of assets, to a sophisticated multi-trillion dollar industry with scores of credible players..

A SQUARE :: 29Nov07 Investor participation in Aviation Leasing
Category Aviation Leasing
Author Sona Blessing
Think of an aircraft as a bond with an equity kicker. The bond is represented by the various leases during the useful life of the aircraft and the equity component is the aircraft value at any given point in time.
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