The Trump administration’s decision to put the US Export-Import Bank (EXIM) back in business is good news for aviation lessors, according to credit analysts. Johann Juan, director in non-bank financial institutions at Fitch Ratings, said May 8 that in his credit-rating firm’s view, the “Senate confirmation of three new EXIM board of directors is a credit positive for aircraft lessors.” “The confirmations re-establish the quorum necessary to approve long-term ...

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