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ISTAT Learning Lab: Introduction to Enhanced Equipment Trust Certificates (EETCs)
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Title:
Introduction to Enhanced Equipment Trust Certificates (EETCs)

Start Date:
29 September 2021

Start Time:
10:00 NEW YORK | 15:00 DUBLIN | 22:00 SINGAPORE

Duration:
75 minutes

Abstract:
EETCs are important aircraft financing instruments for airlines. Issuers and investors in these securities need to be familiar with underlying collateral, airline financials, and relevant law, among other details. Join us to hear two seasoned aircraft EETC experts, jointly explain all key aspects of EETCs and the EETC market, and answer questions at the live event.

Sep 29, 2021 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Evan M Wallach
President & CEO @Global AirFinance Services, Inc.
Evan Wallach is currently president and CEO of Global AirFinance Services, Inc, an advisory firm to clients in the aviation industry, with a primary focus on (i) advising institutional investors on investing in bonds and other securities issued by aircraft and engine leasing companies and (ii) advising aircraft leasing companies on the purchase, sale, and financing of aircraft and aircraft engines. Mr. Wallach has devoted his entire 35+year business career to the aviation industry, specifically in positions in aviation bond sales and trading, investment banking, debt capital markets, and aviation debt restructuring.
Philip A. Baggaley
Managing Director @S&P Global Ratings
Philip A. Baggaley is a managing director in Corporate Ratings. He is Sector Lead for U.S. transportation, aerospace, and defense; and coordinator for the global transportation industry team. Philip has addressed numerous industry conferences on airlines and railroads, and has testified before the aviation subcommittees of the Senate and House of Representatives. He joined the company in 1985 as a transportation bond analyst, took over direction of the transportation team in 1990, and had management responsibility for aerospace and defense ratings from 1993 to 2014, before assuming his current role.