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Olga Miller

Associate

Associate
Olga Miller

Olga Miller is an associate in the New York Banking & Finance practice of Clifford Chance. She focuses her practice on asset finance transactions with emphasis on aircraft and other transportation finance.

Olga is experienced in all aspects of aircraft finance, including pre-delivery payment facilities, new delivery and leaseback financings, all types of business jets transactions, spare parts and engines financings, as well as complex vessel and locomotives engine financings and similar structured finance transactions.

  • Stellwagen on its inaugural aviation ABS co-investment vehicle, Raptor Aircraft Finance I Limited 2019-1 which offered US$726 million of rated notes secured by a portfolio of 19 aircraft on lease to 14 airlines located in 12 countries
  • Global Jet Capital, Inc., as servicer, and Business Jet Securities 2018-2, LLC, as issuer, on the issuance of US$674 million of secured notes in an asset backed securitization. The securitization is the second ABS offering that Global Jet Capital has closed in the last four months, bringing total assets securitized to over US$1.5 billion (by asset value)
  • Global Jet Capital, Inc., as servicer, and Business Jets Securities LLC, as issuer, on the issuance of US$496.81 million Class A Notes Series 2018-1, US$74.15 million Class B Notes Series 2018-1 and US$37.07 million Class C Notes Series 2018-1 rated A (sf), BBB (sf) and BB (sf), respectively, by Kroll Bond Rating Agency. This is the first ABS capital markets financing backed exclusively by business jet assets
  • An Investment Bank, the Arranger, in the Apollo Aviation Securitization Equity Trust AASET 2017-1 and AASET 2016-2 matters. We also advised DVB Bank, as liquidity provider, on a revolving credit liquidity facility in respect of each of the AASET 2017-1 and AASET 2016-2 matters
  • DVB Bank SE, Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale and BNP Paribas on the financing of Korean Air Lines' first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner
  • Global Jet Capital on its US$2.3 billion secured credit facility used to finance the acquisition of General Electric Capital Corporation's corporate jet business
  • LATAM Airlines Group S.A. in its inaugural issuance of US$1.02 billion Enhanced Equipment Trust Certificates (EETCs). The offering was upsized to include two tranches of EETCs, US$845.2 million of 4.200% Class A Certificates, and US$175.61 million of 4.500% Class B Certificates; Structured Financing of the Year, Latin Finance Awards
  • AWAS on its first private placement term loan. Proceeds from the US$350 million transaction were used to repay the existing debt on ten narrow-body aircraft and for general corporate purposes
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Career and qualifications

  • Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (JD) 2009
  • Linklaters 2009-2012
  • Vedder Price 2012-2014
  • Joined Clifford Chance 2014

Awards and citations

  • Top Rated Aviation & Aerospace Attorney
    Super Lawyers 2020
  • Selected as a "Rising Star" in Aviation and Aerospace  
    Super Lawyers 2020
  • Selected as a "Rising Star" in Aviation and Aerospace  
    Super Lawyers 2016