The discussion on the placement of Aircraft`s asset-backed securities would not be complete without saying a word about secondary market trade. The trading of these securities is governed by securities legislation, so that in the absence of a registered security, one of the above exceptions should be invoked. Trading these securities has historically been rather easy after their first investment, as investors generally make their initial acquisitions to meet a need in their portfolios. However, when there are (usually bad) market developments, there is often a rush to exit, as many investors have internal guidelines on holding non-performing securities. The example is evident when a U.S. airline issuer goes bankrupt. In the early stages of bankruptcy, when uncertainty about the airline`s final exit or exit strategy is enormous, these bonds can be sold with a deep discount. Hedge funds and other risk-tolerant investors (and a market view (hopefully) often take hold of these securities in these times and try to maximize value as soon as the airline`s exit strategy calms down. These investors can also purchase the securities: (i) to negotiate with the debtor`s agreements, Section 1110 (b) (see Part 8, Section 1110) for the restructuring of a transaction; (ii) to collect defaults on these securities when the market stabilizes; 16 and (iii) low-cost aircraft installations. Con Ed, through a subsidiary-owned trust company, entered into the contract with Electriciteitsbedrijf Zuid-Holland NV (EZH) to lease a 47.47% stake in an electricity plant in the Netherlands to the Dutch distribution company and then lease it back to EZH. The lease was 43.2 years, with the 20.1-year sublease beginning at the same time as the main lease. At the end of the sublease period, EZH could acquire Con Ed`s remaining rent.
If con Ed does not exercise the option, he could either extend the sublease or force EZH to return its ownership of Con Ed-Treuhand. The transaction was heavily financed by borrowing. In accordance with the Single Trade Code (UCC) in the United States, UCC`s Section 1-201, paragraph 37, states that the question of whether a transaction creates a leasing or security interest is determined by the facts of the case in question; however, a transaction is a security interest if the consideration that the taker must pay to the lessor for the right to own and use the goods is an obligation for the duration of the lease that is not terminated by the taker and (i) the duration of the initial lease is equal to or greater than the remaining economic life of the goods; (ii) the underwriter is required to renew the lease for the remaining economic life of the goods, or is required to own the goods; (iii) the taker has the option of renewing the lease for the remaining economic life of the goods, without additional consideration or in nominal consideration, in accordance with the lease agreement; or (iv) the tenant has the option of owning the goods if the rental agreement is respected without additional consideration or nominal additional benefit. Carrier – a person who uses a clean or leased vehicle to transport property on the basis of an agreement with the shipper, The withdrawal of bank liquidity in the aircraft finance sector after the liquidity crisis of the banks has given rise to many discussions on whether there would be a „financing gap“; Does this mean that there are enough sources of funding to finance new deliveries (and to refinance aircraft whose financing is due)? 9 Ultimately, the „funding gap“ debate generally focuses on the extent to which THE ECAs and manufacturers 10 will fill the void to avoid the prospect of white tails in the desert in the event of new deliveries.