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Aviation Listings On The Irish Stock Exchange Increase
As the funding requirements of the aviation industry grow, they are increasingly being met by debt-financing.
Ireland
15 Dec 2014
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Ireland Adopting Cape Town’s Alternative A
Ireland’s long tradition and enviable reputation in the area of aviation finance and leasing have come about as a result of many factors.
Ireland
14 Oct 2014
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Aviation Finance And Leasing In Ireland
Ireland has long been regarded as a leading jurisdiction for aviation finance and leasing.
Ireland
29 Oct 2013
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Legal Issues Arising In The Financing Of Pre-Delivery Payments
Depending on the circumstances of a particular transaction, the legal construction of PDPs can vary.
Ireland
10 Jun 2013
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Aviation Finance - Ireland And The Cayman Islands As Key Locations
Dillon Eustace is a leading law firm focusing on financial services, banking and capital markets, insurance regulation, corporate and M&A, insolvency, litigation and dispute resolution, real estate and taxation.
Ireland
20 Mar 2013
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Irish Stock Exchange adopts New Rules in relation to Corporate Governance
On the 17 December 2010, the Irish Stock Exchange ("the ISE") published the new Listing Rules ("the Rules") which require Irish listed companies to comply or explain against additional corporate governance provisions which arise from the recommendations contained in the report on Compliance with the Combined Code on Corporate Governance by Irish listed companies ("the ISE/IAIM Commissioned Report").
Ireland
24 Jan 2011
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Enforcement Of Security Over An Aircraft
In the current economic climate the possibility of defaults under loans secured on aircraft is an increasing concern for aircraft financiers.
Ireland
15 Mar 2010
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Dublin Court Holds In Favour Of Airline
An interesting decision in the Dublin Circuit Court on the 9th November, 2009 will help airlines and airline insurers to defend claims under the Montreal Convention. Dillon Eustace represented the airline and its insurers.
Ireland
24 Nov 2009
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