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LIBOR and Operating Leases II

22 July 2019

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A year since our briefing "LIBOR and Operating Leases" and the aviation sector is still waiting for a clear contender to replace LIBOR as the common reference rate in aircraft financings, operating leases and related hedging arrangements. The FCA's...

The potential outcomes and impact of the Williams Rail Review

4 July 2019

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The Williams Rail Review was established in September 2018 to look at the structure of the whole rail industry and the way passenger rail services are delivered. The review was established in response to the numerous problems that have affected the industry recently,...

LIBOR and Operating Leases

13 June 2018

Publication

The reform of LIBOR and other global benchmark rates used in loans and other financial instruments continues, although a common alternative reference rate ("ARR") acceptable to banks, hedging counterparties, investors and borrowers is yet to emerge. This...

The potential impact of Brexit on cross-border aircraft financings

30 June 2016

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In the wake of the "Leave" outcome of the UK's EU referendum last week, we consider the potential impact of a "Brexit" on cross-border aircraft financings.  Given the continued uncertainty surrounding the terms and timing of Brexit,...

UK ratifies Cape Town Convention with effective date of 1st November 2015

5 August 2015

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On 27th July 2015, the United Kingdom submitted its instruments of ratification of the Cape Town Convention and Aircraft Protocol to Unidroit, the official treaty depositary. In accordance with the treaty timetable, the Convention and Protocol will enter into force...

Cape Town Convention and Aircraft Protocol - UK Final Regulations

26 March 2015

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The UK implementing regulations were laid before Parliament today, 26th March 2015, and will come into effect at the same time as the entry into force of the Aircraft Protocol in the UK; that is, on the first day of the month three months after the date the UK...

Cape Town reloaded: Generation II

14 February 2014

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The International Registry is evolving. Operating under the framework of the Cape Town Convention and the Aircraft Protocol, the Registry has published new regulations, aimed at streamlining its search and registration processes for aircraft objects. These changes...