Firms To Watch: Aviation and air travel: finance

As co-chair of O'Melveny & Myers LLP’s aviation group, aviation and equipment finance expert Jason Kaplan in New York serves as designated lender counsel to several major airlines.
Watson Farley & Williams (New York) LLP‘s aviation practice showcases New York-based senior counsel and cross-border commercial aircraft financing and leasing specialist, Philip Jackmauh, whose experience includes holding senior management roles at large aircraft lessors.

Aviation and air travel: finance in United States

Clifford Chance

In addition to advising investment banks, arrangers, and finance and operating lessors, Clifford Chance‘s New York-based group routinely represents servicers, investors, export credit agencies and governmental authorities. The practice houses both commercial and export credit agency financing specialists, and it is highly experienced in aviation capital markets deals, including substantial debt and equity offerings, as well as complex portfolio securitizations and enhanced equipment trust certificates issuances. Another key area is the firm’s operating lessor practice, which acts for several established and newer operating leasing companies. The aviation finance team is additionally supported by the firm’s tax, corporate, capital markets and litigation teams. The asset finance practice’s principal figures are Zarrar Sehgal, who is experienced in representing underwriters, lenders, lessors and governmental agencies in asset finance transactions; and aircraft finance specialist John Howitt. The department also showcases Emily Wicker, who focuses on secured lending and leasing transactions, particularly in relation to aircraft assets; and Patrick O’Reilly, who advises lenders, borrowers, airframe manufacturers and export credit agencies on a range of aircraft finance work. At counsel level, Benjamin Fisher specializes in cross-border asset finance transactions within the aviation sector, while Ken Lee is an asset finance transactional expert.

Practice head(s):

Zarrar Sehgal

Other key lawyers:

John Howitt; Emily Wicker; Patrick O’Reilly; Benjamin Fisher; Ken Lee; Olga Miller

Work highlights

  • Advised a servicer and issuer on the issuance of $609.8m secured notes.
  • Advised a lessor on the placement of 12 new aircraft on lease to a major airline undergoing a Chapter 11 restructuring.
  • Advised lenders on the $750m secured revolving credit facility component of a $2.6bn inaugural capitalization.

Holland & Knight LLP

Praised as ‘definitely a firm to consider for the most important matters‘, Holland & Knight LLP‘s principal areas of expertise range from aviation-related alternative financing and investment structures, to sophisticated capital markets transactions involving aviation assets. The team also advises on the leasing, financing, purchase and sale of aircraft, engines and parts worldwide, as well as joint ventures, insolvencies, mergers and asset sales. Practice leader Phillip L. Durham, who works across the firm’s Chicago and New York offices, is an expert in aviation finance transactions involving Latin America; Richard Furey is an asset and infrastructure finance specialist; and John F. Pritchard acts for airlines, lenders, government guarantors and lessors in aircraft financings and leasings. In San Francisco, Nathan Leavitt represents aircraft operating lessors and financial institutions that support the commercial aircraft and airline industry; Audrey Sung advises on asset-based financings involving commercial jet and turboprop aircraft; and Brian Daigle‘s track record includes assisting aircraft lessors, airlines and financiers with complex deals. Other key advisers are William Coleman in Portland, and associates Danielle Santucci, who is in San Francisco, and Laura Lewis. All attorneys mentioned are in New York, unless otherwise stated. Former partner William Piels and consulting counsel Fred Bass both recently retired.

Practice head(s):

Phillip L. Durham

Other key lawyers:

Richard Furey; John F. Pritchard; Nathan Leavitt; Audrey Sung; Brian Daigle; William Coleman; Danielle Santucci; Laura Lewis


The team is very entrenched in the aviation industry, with a deep, experienced bench covering aircraft and engine trading, leasing, finance, insurance, regulatory and bankruptcy restructuring.

Definitely a firm to consider for the most important matters.

Unique knowledge of the industry at a global level and great experience with Latin American transactions.

Outstanding and very sophisticated professional team with great response capabilities.

Truly outstanding, reliable and very sophisticated professionals.

Phillip L. Durham is great for his assistance with various aircraft trading assignments.

Key clients

BBAM Aircraft Management

AerCap Holdings

Avolon Aerospace Leasing

SMBC Aviation Capital


Merx Aviation

BOC Aviation

CDB Aviation

Orix Aviation

Nordic Aviation Capital

Work highlights

  • Acted for nine leasing companies (as creditors’ counsel) in relation to a substantial part of SAS Airline’s leased aircraft fleet and its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding.
  • Lead counsel to Vx Capital on its sale of thirty Boeing 737-400 Cargo Aircraft (on lease to eleven different cargo airlines).
  • Represented CIT Group in its sale of a loan portfolio (secured by nearly 60 aircraft) to KKR and the transfer of CIT’s agency role to UMB.

Vedder Price

Fielding ‘an outstanding group with great competences‘, Vedder Price‘s global transportation finance team handles a broad range of aircraft finance work. Its coverage includes sizeable M&A transactions, aircraft-related asset-backed securities matters, portfolio debt financings, structured multi-aircraft financings, and sale and leaseback transactions. The group also advises on individual aircraft and parts sales, as well as maintenance, repair and overhaul agreements. Focused on structured financings in the aviation transportation sector, Geoffrey Kass leads the team from Chicago, where Adam R. Beringer is a highly regarded commercial aircraft finance specialist. Also in Chicago, Michael E. Draz‘s broad experience includes representing investors in establishing strategic joint ventures and new leasing platforms for aviation assets; and Mark J. Ditto advises on significant commercial aircraft and large-value equipment transactions. In New York, Jeffrey Veber has an enviable track record in high-stakes aviation financings, while Cameron A. Gee is ‘a go-to partner‘. Also integral to the practice are Los Angeles-based aircraft finance deal specialist Raviv Surpin, along with Chicago’s James Kilner and the ‘very strongJustine L. Chilvers in New York – both were elevated to shareholder status in April 2022.

Practice head(s):

Geoffrey Kass

Other key lawyers:

Adam R. Beringer; Michael E. Draz; Mark J. Ditto; Jeffrey Veber; Cameron A. Gee; Raviv Surpin; James Kilner; Justine L. Chilvers; Michael J. Edelman


The Vedder aviation team is an outstanding group with great competences from a structuring, but also restructuring (bankruptcy), standpoint.

The team knows the market very well and provides excellent value for money.

Cameron A. Gee is a go-to partner who is excellent, very commercially driven, and obviously very strong legally. He works well with other lawyers as well.

Justine L. Chilvers is also a rising partner. She is very strong and adds a lot.

Michael J. Edelman is probably the best aviation bankruptcy lawyer around and a great resource for Chapter 11 situations.

Key clients

Air Canada

Aero Capital Solutions

Azorra Aviation

BBAM Aircraft Management

Castelake LP


Export-Import Bank of the United States

ITE Management

Macquarie Bank

Strategic Value Partners LLP

Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Housing attorneys who ‘remain at the forefront of legal developments in aviation finance‘, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP‘s New York-based team advises on the gamut of of aviation deals. Its expertise ranges from aircraft and non-aircraft finance work, to capital markets transactions, fleet purchases, M&A, restructurings, and airport infrastructure developments and financings. The group is jointly led by ‘consummate problem solversPaul Brusiloff and Brian Liu. Well known for his lengthy representation of American Airlines, Brusiloff focuses on the representation of airlines and other borrowers in complex debt and equity financings and refinancings, as well as recapitalization and restructuring deals; and Liu is an expert in advising airlines, financial institutions and leasing companies on all aspects of aviation and equipment finance work. Singled out as ‘a technically excellent lawyer and strong client advocate‘, experienced associate Iryna Nikolaieva is a key member of the firm’s aviation practice group, who regularly advises on complex corporate and aircraft financings.

Practice head(s):

Brian Liu; Paul Brusiloff

Other key lawyers:

Iryna Nikolaieva


Debevoise has long been an indispensable partner to clients, and it continues to find unique ways to add value to clients’ organizations. While the team has evolved over time, the aviation practice group collectively benefits from a deep history and unparalleled institutional knowledge of client companies and their industries.

The practitioners remain at the forefront of legal developments in aviation finance while managing to distill these highly technical issues into practical and accessible guidance for in-house lawyers and business people alike.

The team prioritizes continuity, which generates efficiencies and a depth and breadth of institutional experience that are difficult to match.

Debevoise’s lawyers are highly service oriented and proactive in presenting solutions to problems that clients have not even yet begun to grapple with; for in-house counsels it is comforting and confidence-inspiring to have such creative and forward-looking advisors.

Brian Liu and Paul Brusiloff anchor a technically excellent and service-oriented team.

Brian Liu and Paul Brusiloff are consummate problem solvers with deep industry experience and complementary skillsets that span the breadth of unique issues that clients encounter in the aviation finance space.

Brian Liu and Paul Brusiloff lead a team of stellar associates and exceptional staff attorneys who benefit from repeat experience, and who have developed excellent reputations in their own right.

Associate Iryna Nikolaieva is a technically excellent lawyer and strong client advocate, but also a constructive counterparty and very commercially minded.

Key clients

AAR Corp

Alaska Airlines

American Airlines

JetBlue Airways

Spirit Airlines

Philippine Airlines

Work highlights

  • Represented Spirit Airlines in its initial merger agreement with Frontier Airlines, as well as the subsequent termination of the Frontier merger and entry into a new merger agreement with JetBlue Airways (including Spirit’s securities and financing aspects).
  • Advised JetBlue on the amendment and restatement of a new secured revolving credit facility.
  • Advised Spirit on its offering of $600m of secured notes.

Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP

Acting for several leading airlines, aircraft leasing companies, financial institutions and other aviation industry participants, Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP‘s aviation finance practice is regularly involved in both asset-backed security and enhanced equipment trust certificate deals. The practice covers all aspects of the aviation business, including large financings, securities offerings, M&A, inter-airline matters, litigation, and workouts and bankruptcies. In Washington DC, aviation finance group chair Steven Chung has extensive experience in a range of aircraft and other structured equipment financings; and Thomas Healey has a strong market reputation for his representation of significant aviation clients. Other notable aviation practitioners are Miami-based international lending and finance transactions specialist Mark Denham, as well as aviation finance practitioners Andrew Fowler and Terry Sanders. The group additionally features experienced senior associate Sean Murphy and Washington DC’s recently-elevated counsel Cynthia Liu. All listed advisers are based in the firm’s New York office, unless otherwise mentioned.

Practice head(s):

Steven Chung

Other key lawyers:

Thomas Healey; Mark Denham; Andrew Fowler; Terry Sanders; Sean Murphy; Cynthia Liu

Key clients

United Airlines

Griffin Global Asset Management

Bain Capital Credit

Griffin Global Asset Management

Air Lease Corporation

Hawaiian Airlines

Delta Air Lines

Republic Airways


Goldman Sachs

Work highlights

  • Represented Holdings Lender and Bain Capital Griffin LO Holdco III in a pre-delivery payment back-leverage financing for nine JetSMART and three Viva Air aircraft.
  • Represented United Airlines in relation to separate financings with Castlelake and National Westminster Bank, for the acquisition by United of up to seven Boeing 737-9 Max aircraft and four Boeing 787-9 aircraft.
  • Represented the arrangers, lenders and agents, which included Citibank and Goldman Sachs USA (as joint mandated lead arrangers and structuring agents and joint bookrunners), in a $2bn senior secured credit facility to Setanta Aircraft Leasing DAC.


With a ‘thorough and expert handling of complex matters‘, Katten‘s aviation practice acts in a broad range of commercial aircraft business deals, administrative and regulatory matters, and commercial and bankruptcy litigation. The group is well known for its representation of manufacturers, such as Brazilian aerospace multinational Embraer, as well as for its advice to major leasing companies. It is additionally noted for its development of innovative structures involving enhanced equipment trust certificates, pooled aircraft securitizations, asset preservation, and credit enhancement work. Washington DC-based aviation practice chair Timothy Lynes has longstanding experience in representing manufacturers, airlines, lessors, financial institutions, equity investors and insurers in the sale, leasing and financing of aircraft. In New York, Stewart Herman focuses on the leasing, sale and financing of commercial aircraft, while Timothy Kirby is a corporate and securities deal specialist. Also in Washington DC, associate Brett Seifarth is on hand for complex aviation finance work.

Practice head(s):

Timothy Lynes

Other key lawyers:

Stewart Herman; Timothy Kirby; Brett Seifarth


Thorough and expert handling of complex matters.

Stewart Herman and his team are attentive, detail oriented and incredibly knowledgeable.

Key clients


Work highlights

  • Represented Embraer in the pre-delivery payment financing, assignment and lease of six Embraer 195-E2 aircraft.
  • Represented Embraer in the purchase assignment of six Embraer 195-E2 aircraft.

Norton Rose Fulbright

Norton Rose Fulbright‘s US aviation finance practice has a strong market reputation for its advice to airlines, operating lessors, hedge funds, US institutional equity investors, and commercial and investment banks. The group is particularly noted for its expertise in the New York financial market, which alongside the firm’s aviation credentials in several jurisdictions, is leveraged for major cross-border transactions. Heading up the firm’s aviation offering in the US, Alyssa Marie Vazquez acts for operating lessors, airlines and lenders in major aircraft acquisition, leasing and finance deals; Fiona Henderson is a recently-promoted partner who regularly advises on New York and English law cross-border transactions; and Sean Corrigan‘s experience covers equipment financing, commercial lending and other business transactions. Senior associate Ryan Apar is noted for transportation equipment-related matters, along with other secured and unsecured financings. All the individuals listed are based in the firm’s New York office.

Practice head(s):

Alyssa Marie Vazquez

Other key lawyers:

Fiona Henderson; Sean Corrigan; Ryan Apar

Key clients

Carlyle Aviation Partners

LATAM Airlines

DZ Bank

Brazilian Federal Government (Ministry of Economy)

777 Partners

Philippine Airlines

Zephyrus Aviation Capital


Scandinavian Airline System

Work highlights

  • Advised Carlyle Aviation Partners on acquisitions of aircraft that are on lease to airlines worldwide.
  • Advised LATAM on numerous matters, both before and after its Chapter 11 filing, including the negotiation of long-term leases with Air Lease Corporation for five new Airbus A321-200 XLR aircraft and three new Airbus A321neos.
  • Advised Castlelake on the $482m sale and leaseback of six A330 freight aircraft to Avianca.

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, LLP

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP‘s ‘efficient, succinct and knowledgeable‘ team is consistently mandated by major airlines, lessors and financial institutions, including funds and banks, and is particularly appreciated for its wide coverage of Asian and UK jurisdictions (in addition to the US). Serving as the firm’s global finance group leader, Mark Lessard, who provides ‘excellent advice‘, maintains a broad practice that covers large-scale structured note offerings, joint ventures, aviation fund formations, aircraft portfolio M&A, syndicated bank loans, and private placements. Key partner-level support is provided by aviation financing and leasing expert Melissa Jones-Prus, who is additionally experienced in private equity investments and aircraft leasing joint ventures, as well as aviation-related insolvency proceedings and restructurings; and Los Angeles-based Richard Evans, who advises on finance and leasing deals involving commercial aircraft and private jets. Counsel to note Pat Reisinger routinely acts for aircraft leasing companies and their equity and debt investors. The attorneys listed are based in the firm’s New York office unless otherwise mentioned.

Practice head(s):

Mark Lessard

Other key lawyers:

Melissa Jones-Prus; Richard Evans; Pat Reisinger


The aircraft finance team has a deep bench of expertise – efficient, succinct and knowledgeable.

Provides practical business advice in addition to strong legal analysis of the issues.

Produces high-quality work quickly, and the team is personable and very well received by counterparties. It represents airlines, lessors, borrowers and lenders, so has insight in many areas that allows the attorneys to leverage their expertise.

The partners are valued for their expertise in this area and the respect that they garner from others through negotiations. They have a keen attention to detail and are known experts in the field.

The team has a breadth of aviation experience, including in relation to aircraft ABS transactions. The lawyers provide an excellent level of service and are very responsive.

A particular mention to Mark Lessard and Melissa Jones-Prus – they are second to none.

Mark Lessard is very experienced in aircraft ABS transactions, and is able to provide excellent advice on the risks and issues pertaining to new structures.

Key clients

Mizuho Securities

Credit Agricole

Export Development Canada


Credit Suisse

Atlas Air

Air Lease Corp


Natixis New York Branch

BNP Paribas

Work highlights

  • Advised Atlas Air on the commercial loan and export credit financing of four new 747-8F deliveries and four new 777-200LRF aircrafts.
  • Advised Natixis, as arranger and lender, on the structuring, negotiation and documentation of a pre-delivery payment financing, in relation to 11 Airbus A220-300 aircraft for Azorra Aviation Holdings.

K&L Gates

K&L Gates‘ work is ‘spot on, accurate, fast and cost efficient‘. The US team represents lenders including banks and non-institutional lenders, as well as lessors, airlines, and aviation industry-related new technology providers. Its recent track record includes advising on the financing, leasing and licensing programs for manufacturers of hydrogen fuel tanks, magnetic propulsion and range services, along with assisting with the acquisition of aircraft and aerospace technology. The team is also highly active in relation to high-stakes restructurings. Leading the firm’s air finance practice in the Americas, New York-based Elizabeth Evans is highly rated for her fixed wing and rotary-related aviation finance credentials; and in Orange County, Amanda Darling‘s asset and project finance practice covers aircrafts. Counsel Milos Kovacevic in Seattle represents airlines, financiers and major leasing companies, while Pittsburgh-based associate Howard Chang focuses on aerospace finance and space law. Former partner Marie-Pierre Grondin recently left the firm for m7TecGroup.

Practice head(s):

Elizabeth Evans; Amanda Darling

Other key lawyers:

Milos Kovacevic; Howard Chang


Truly broad global reach with knowledgeable staff based in all the major international hubs.

The work the team does is spot on, accurate, fast and cost efficient.

The people who work at K&L Gates are very kind and reliable.

Elizabeth Evans can always be relied upon to understand the most complicated of aviation finance transactions and document them with combined elegance and efficiency.

Elizabeth Evans always provides astute advice on negotiation strategy, and is highly business oriented and pragmatic in her approach.

Amanda Darling is always very easy to deal with – huge understanding of the industry and clients’ companies.

Key clients

JP Lease Products & Services Co

M&T Aviation


JIA Aviation Finance GK

TC Skyward Aviation (US)

Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank (New York Branch)

Republic Airways


Tokyo Century Corporation

Deutsche Bank (Tokyo Branch)

Work highlights

  • Represented JP Lease Products & Services in three Japanese operating lease with call option (JOLCO) financings of three Airbus A320 aircraft (with ICBC Financial Leasing as intermediate lessee).
  • Representing a Japanese joint venture in a warehouse loan agreement.
  • Represented the borrowers (JIA Trust Co and Japanese legal companies) on the financing for five aircraft.

King & Spalding LLP

Business aircraft acquisitions, dispositions, financings and leasings are core areas for King & Spalding LLP, which is well known for complex international transactions that involve financing trade-ins. The team also advises on purchase financings involving progress payments for aircraft that will be leased after exportation, and it is increasingly active in Payroll Support Program-related matters. The aviation practice of Charlotte-based Chris Buchanan is traditionally focused on the financing, leasing, acquisition and sale of transportation assets including aircraft, aircraft engines and aviation-related assets); he is currently also advising on aviation-related pandemic programs. Also in Charlotte, associates Kathryn Wilson and Allison Dunsford both act on aviation-related financings. In New York, Peter Montoni specializes in debt restructurings and workouts, while Todd Holleman is the global practice group leader of the firm’s corporate, finance and investments practice.

Practice head(s):

Todd Holleman

Other key lawyers:

Chris Buchanan; Kathryn Wilson; Allison Dunsford; Peter Montoni; Arthur Steinberg; Stephen Baskin

Key clients

G2 Secure Staff

Unifi (DAL Global Services)

Embraer Executive Aircraft

AAW Holdings

Blackstone Alternative Credit Advisors

Work highlights

  • Represented Embraer Executive Jets in the administration of its approximately $100m loan facility from Apple Bank (backed by ExIm Bank).
  • Represented Unifi (DAL Global Services) in applying for, administering and complying with the requirements for its Payroll Support Program funds.

McGuireWoods LLP

McGuireWoods LLP‘s aviation practice acts for a wide array of clients, including leasing companies, financial institutions, investment businesses, Fortune 500 companies, and high-net-worth individuals. It is routinely sought out for its expertise in financing, leasing, purchasing and selling corporate aircraft; its credentials also cover the acquisition, disposition and management of commercial aircraft portfolios. Focused on transactions involving aviation and other equipment, Charlotte-based Patricia Hosmer heads up the team, which features New York’s Deepak Reddy, who represents airlines, aircraft leasing companies, financial institutions and investment funds in financing, restructuring and leasing transactions involving commercial aircraft. Also in Charlotte, David Whelpley Jr. is a key M&A and corporate transactions partner, while the domestic and cross-border deal experience of Peter Szurley in San Francisco includes handling aircraft financings and sales.

Practice head(s):

Patricia Hosmer

Other key lawyers:

Deepak Reddy; David Whelpley Jr.; Peter Szurley

Vinson & Elkins LLP

In January 2022, Vinson & Elkins LLP launched a New York-based aviation finance practice following the recruitment of David Berkery (a former A&L Goodbody LLP partner in Dublin), and Niels Jensen, formerly of Milbank. Both Berkery and Jensen represent sponsors, such as airlines and aircraft leasing companies, and capital providers, including major banks and private equity funds. The team has also assisted with the development of structural solutions that allow investors to acquire rights in insurance claims from aircraft owners. The group, which has ‘strong breadth and depth of experience‘, is supported at senior associate level by Demi Hueth, whose practice focuses on aviation-related corporate, asset-backed and structured financings.

Practice head(s):

Niels Jensen; David Berkery

Other key lawyers:

Demi Hueth


An upcoming practice with relatively young partners who are very capable and have wide experience in this space, having worked on many transactions.

The V&E team has strong breadth and depth of experience. It has done well with pushing novel structures into the market. The practice has also brought something new to the table by coupling a strong Irish-law capability (led by David Berkery) with the NY-law capability (led by Niels Jensen).

Niels Jensen is a standout – efficient, commercial, deeply connected and super sharp. He keeps his focus on the business drivers of the transaction.

David Berkerey and Niels Jensen – clients always enjoy working with them. They are excellent lawyers who know their market well.

The team is led by two highly capable and ambitious partners (David Berkerey and Niels Jensen), whose background and experience mean they are well placed to provide exceptional and pragmatic legal advice, with a particular specialism in aircraft securitization transactions.

David Berkery brings unique insight to a transaction, with a wealth of experience as both a New York and Irish-qualified practitioner, allowing him to identify and manage issues before they arise.

David Berkery and Niels Jensen have brought a talented and dedicated group of associates to Vinson & Elkins, and so are well resourced to provide a quality legal product.

David Berkery has a unique perspective on aviation structures, having qualified in both New York and Ireland, and brings a wealth of experience to bear when managing transactions for a client. He is an extremely capable lawyer, and very pragmatic when finding commercial solutions to complex legal issues.

Key clients

Deutsche Bank

Northern Pacific Airways

Ravn Alaska

FLOAT Alaska

BOC Aviation

Azərbaycan Hava Yolları (Closed Joint Stock Company)

Work highlights

  • Acted for AZAL on its purchase, financing and leasing of three A320 aircraft from Airbus via Aviation Capital Group.
  • Acted for BOC Aviation on the purchase of four new Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft from private equity company 777 Partners and the subsequent leaseback of the aircraft to 777 Partners’ partially owned airline, Flair Airlines.
  • Acted for Northern Pacific Airways, a start-up airline, (and its affiliates Ravn Alaska and FLOAT Alaska) in a series of transactions connected to the acquisition, financing and leasing of the airline’s initial fleet.

Winston & Strawn LLP

Winston & Strawn LLP‘s New York-based aviation finance team consistently acts for highly active finance and leasing companies on substantial capital markets, finance and restructuring work. Several of the group’s matters involve team members from both the firm’s US and European offices, and its advice covers aviation-secured loans and leases, from origination stages to bankruptcy, restructuring and enforcement phases. It also assists with complex asset and portfolio transactions and capital markets-structured financings. Clients additionally benefit from the team’s expertise in the regulatory aspects of transactions, as well as high-stakes aviation finance-related disputes. The practice is co-led by leasing, lending, structured finance, private equity and fund formation expert Peter Morgan and London-based transportation finance specialist Mark Moody. The group is further supported by fellow partners David Gillespie, Carrie Hardman and David Neier, along with Washington DC’s Cari Stinebower.

Practice head(s):

Mark Moody; Peter Morgan

Other key lawyers:

David Gillespie; Carrie Hardman and David Neier; Cari Stinebower

Key clients

Aviation Capital Group

BNP Paribas

UK Export Finance

Euler Hermes Aktiengesellschaft

Bpifrance Assurance Export

Pratt & Whitney

Fore Machine