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Christopher Jackson

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REN Legal

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Banking and finance.

Position

Partner - Christopher Jackson has extensive experience of asset financing and leasing transactions, with a particular emphasis on aircraft and engine leasing and trading, structured finance and sales finance. Chris also advises in relation to the procurement of aviation assets and after-market support programmes provided by manufacturers.

Career

Chris was admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales in October 1998. Chris joined REN Legal as a partner in 2011, having previously worked in-house at Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ (2000-2003) and Rolls Royce (2003-2011). Prior to moving in-house, Chris trained and qualified with Allen & Overy, where he joined their banking practice upon qualification.

Member

The Aviation Club; International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading.

Education

Marlborough College, Wiltshire; University of Exeter, Psychology BA (Hons), 1994; College of Law, London, Diploma in Law, 1995, Diploma in Legal Practice, 1996.


London: Finance

Asset finance and leasing

Within: Asset finance and leasing

Spearheaded by the excellent Norman Fraser and Christopher Jackson, REN Legal's three-partner team continues to pick up a considerable amount of small to mid-ticket aviation finance work from banks (Erste Group Bank, DVB Bank) as well as aircraft and engine lessors (AerCap, Engine Lease Finance Corporation). The team is also generating more work from airlines including on behalf of new Argentinian low cost carrier, Flybondi, which Adam Longney advised on the negotiation of all its leases to-date for its fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

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