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Mark Moody is a partner in the firm's finance practice. He focuses on transportation finance with a particular emphasis on the aviation industry. Mark has extensive experience in cross-border aircraft financings involving operating lease financings, finance leases, tax-based leasing structures, capital markets structures, debt restructurings, Islamic financings, sale and leaseback structures, and export credit supported financings. He also is heavily involved in the sale and purchase of substantial aircraft portfolios, as well as advising on workouts and aircraft redelivery disputes.


Royal Aeronautical Society


College of Law, London, LPC, 1994
University of Bath, Aeronautical Engineering, BEng, 1992

London: Finance

Asset finance and leasing

Within: Asset finance and leasing

Winston & Strawn London LLP recruited Mark Moody and Christopher Boresjo from Simmons & Simmons in April 2016; since their arrival the firm are picking up an increasingly high quality of work for a range of lessors, banks and airlines. As well as regularly handling work financed through commercial debt, including his ongoing representation of major leasing companies Aviation Capital Group, Moody is also noted for his 'outstanding' work on ECA-supported deals relating to South America, a region with which he has a 'very thorough knowledge'. Boresjo is advising Finnair on its fleet renewal and expansion programme involving more than 12 Airbus A320/A321 aircraft. Other clients include BNP Paribas, Natixis and AerCap.

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London: Transport


Within: Aviation

Winston & Strawn London LLP is best known for its experience in advising on aviation transactional and finance matters. It is also active on regulatory, environmental, tax, fleet management and infrastructure mandates. Christopher Boresjo and Mark Moody lead the department, and associate Rishi Raheja is also a key member of the team.

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