June 15, 2021

Aviation Lawyer Boyer-Cartwright: ‘Sign Cape Town Treaty to enable Int’l Airline Registry for Bahamas while industry booming’

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By Diane Philips & Associates From The Bahamas Weekly The Bahamas is well poised to becoming the world’s newest international aircraft registry, a move that holds “immeasurable long-term economic benefits,” according to a leading aviation attorney. “The Bahamas is closer than ever to the establishment of the long sought-after Bahamas International Aircraft Registry,” said Llewellyn […]

Ogier advise on major asset finance deal for international aircraft group

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Ogier Cayman has acted in a major asset finance deal by advising HSBC Bank plc as administrative agent and collateral agent for the senior lenders in connection with the provision of an exit credit facility of over US$300 million to the CHC Group on following completion of the Group’s financial restructuring and exit from Chapter […]

The Cayman Islands Aircraft Registry A first class experience

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From Mourant Ozannes Danielle Roman and Tracey Forbes examine how the CAACI has embraced the requirements and spirit of the Cape Town Convention, which has fortified the Cayman Islands’ position as an offshore market leader in both commercial and corporate jet financing and as an aircraft registry of choice The Cayman Islands has long been recognised […]

Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands – Fly Exclusively | NewsWatch Review

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From NewsWatch Every now and then companies stand out; those companies are ones that are leading the way or are models of excellence in their field.  One such company is the CAACI. CAACI stands for The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands. They are the statutory body whose primary roles include regulatory oversight for […]

UK Ratification of the Cape Town Convention [applies to Cayman Islands]

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By Adrian Beasley, Justin Benson, Louise Mor, Randeep Robinson, Allison Weal | White & Case LLP From JD Supra Business Advisor It cannot have escaped the attention of anyone involved in the aviation finance industry that the UK is currently in the process of ratifying the Cape Town Convention (being the Convention on International Interests […]

Lateral Thinking: Cayman Islands SPVs Tax Resident in Ireland

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By Dale Crowley, Wanda Ebanks, Nollaig Murphy, Andrew Quinn, Mark Western From Maples, Cayman Islands, Dublin Cayman Islands and Irish off balance sheet and on balance sheet special purpose vehicles (“SPVs”) are often used in aircraft financings. The SPV’s role in the transaction is normally to act either as an owner or as an intermediate […]