Start II, Castlelake deals boost aircraft ABS volumes

A pair of aircraft deals were priced last week during the the busiest single week for the ABS market since July 2018. Both transactions garnered considerable attention among securitization investors, pointing to high hopes aviation finance participants have for the sector in 2019.

  • By Jennifer Kang
  • 15 Apr 2019

Aircraft ABS stood out among the slew of other deals that were priced in the week. Investors say that the sector has been gaining momentum among other esoteric asset classes in 2019, with growing familiarity with the collateral leading to a growing base of buyers.

The sector has developed ...

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