"Fly Much? Now, Not So Much" - Airlines and Aviation - New podcast episode with Allan Marks and Drew F
Featuring Milbank partners Allan Marks and Drew Fine, one of the world's leading aircraft finance lawyers, this episode of Law, Policy & Markets: Milbank Conversations explores the future of the global aviation industry. How will airlines both keep passengers safe and make them feel safe? The financial implications for the airlines, airports, lessors, and manufacturers are complex and wide ranging.
About the speakers:
Drew Fine has extensive experience in a wide variety of international financial and corporate transactions, including public offerings and private placement of securities (equipment notes, enhanced equipment trust certificates (EETCs), ABS), acquisitions, leveraged leasing, secured and unsecured lending, cross-border financings, structured financings, workouts and credit enhancements. He has particular expertise in financings and corporate transactions involving aircraft, rolling stock and vessels. Mr. Fine has worked on several of the most significant ABS and financings involving aircraft and railcars, including many transactions that have won "Deal of the Year" awards from industry publications. He has also participated in the evolution of the EETC over the years, including working on the first pre-funded EETC. Another area of specialization for Mr. Fine is representing clients in connection with the acquisition or disposition of leasing companies and large portfolios of aircraft and rolling stock.
Allan Marks is one of the world's leading project finance lawyers, with special expertise in the power and renewable energy, transportation and airports, oil and gas, water, and telecommunications sectors. He advises developers, investors, lenders, and underwriters around the world in the development and financing of complex infrastructure projects, as well as related acquisitions, restructurings and capital markets transactions. Mr. Marks also serves as an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley at both the Law School and the Haas School of Business.
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