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A glimpse into how competition law will feature in future UK aviation strategy

United Kingdom - July 18 2019 In response to the Department for Transport's green paper 'Aviation 2050: the future of UK aviation', the Competition and Markets Authority has said...

Adrian Magnus, Sophie Albrighton, Christopher Graf.

New EU rules on aviation competition cleared for take-off

European Union - May 30 2019 Non-EU air carriers andor countries could be investigated by the European Commission (EC) under a new EU Regulation aimed at safeguarding competition...

Christopher Graf, Rebecca Owen-Howes.

JOLCOs - Japanese government considers limiting tax benefits to Japanese equity where lessor pays interest to non-Japanese lenders

OECD, Japan - April 4 2019 In recent years, the traditionally limited pool of lenders into JOLCOs has widened, from consisting mainly of Japanese banks and the Tokyo branches of...

Paul Holland, Serge Sergiou, Alexander Hewitt.

A first-time flyer's introduction to structured finance for aircraft, ships and trains

United Kingdom, European Union - April 25 2017 In the US, borrowers often tap the capital markets when fund raising. In Europe this is less common due to the current availability of cheap bank...

Martin Sharkey, Serge Sergiou.

Aircraft finance briefing - a practical guide to the Cape Town Convention

Global - November 25 2015 For a financier or lessor (each a creditor), the virtues of the 2001 Cape Town Convention and its Aircraft Equipment Protocol (together Cape Town)...

Paul Holland, Serge Sergiou, Alexander Hewitt.