ANZ Bank executive director structured asset and export finance Micheal Page, speaking at the CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation Summit, stated (08-Aug-2013) he does not see a lot of instability in the regional financing market, particularly with full service carriers. The challenge for the region will be expanding the liquidity in the market for financing aircraft. Commercial market funding in the Asia-Pacific is “underrepresented” and Mr Page expects that over the next five years, the new rule for the region will be capital markets funding.
ANZ Bank expects capital markets funding to become the new rule for Asia-Pacific aircraft financing
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