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Rishi Raheja

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Rishi Raheja is an associate in Winston's corporate and finace practice. His practice focuses on transportation finance with an emphasis on the aviation industry. He acts for export credit agencies, lessors, and banks on a full range of aircraft financings including domestic and cross-border aircraft finance and operating leases, tax-driven leasing, sale and leasebacks, and export credit agency-supported financings.


College of Law, London, LPC, 2007
University of Hull, LLB, 2006

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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