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BVI is attracting more commercial aircraft financing activity

As the leasing market tightens the British Virgin Islands (BVI) is becoming an increasingly attractive aviation finance jurisdiction for commercial aircraft lessors, as well as for private and corporate jet financing, writes Audrey M Robertson, Counsel in legal firm Conyers Dill & Pearman's (Conyers) BVI office. She outlines how special purpose vehicles (SPVs) operate in the jurisdiction and why she believes it stands 'head and shoulders' above its direct competitors in terms of value for money.

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Audrey M. Robertson
Counsel

British Virgin Islands   +1 284 852 1111


This article was originally published in Aviation Finance, Vol. 7 Issue 9, May 2017.

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BVI is attracting more commercial aircraft financing activity

24 May 2017 Audrey M. Robertson

As the leasing market tightens the British Virgin Islands (BVI) is becoming an increasingly attractive aviation finance jurisdiction for commercial aircraft lessors, as well as for private and corporate jet financing, writes Audrey M Robertson, Counsel in legal firm Conyers Dill & Pearman's (Conyers) BVI office. She outlines how special purpose vehicles (SPVs) operate in the jurisdiction and why she believes it stands 'head and shoulders' above its direct competitors in terms of value for money.

Click here to continue reading the article.

 


Audrey M. Robertson
Counsel

British Virgin Islands   +1 284 852 1111