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Ince Co acts for The Export-Import Bank of China in A380 aircraft financing

News / 04-07-2017 / Hong Kong, London

The transaction was negotiated and closed in less than 8 weeks and is the first major CEXIM-backed financing for aircraft leased tonbsp an Asia-Pacific based international airline It represents an inflexion point in the dynamics of Asian and global aviation financing With CEXIM now established as an aviation capital provider on international cross-border transactions, other financiers are faced with a new major global competitor The transaction involved a cross-collateralised structure and a set of finance and security documentation under English law, Irish Law, PRC law, and the laws of the Republic of KoreanbspInce Co acted as lead transaction counsel, representing CEXIM with a multi-jurisdictional team led by structured asset finance partner, Balbir Bindra in Hong Kong with Linda Chung, Joanna Au and Vincent Zhang together with partner Will Cooper and Amy O'Connor and Lisa Howie in London

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