BGI contributes to the Global Aviation Resource Index (GARI)
We are proud to have contributed to the new and expanded Global Aviation Resource Index (GARI). GARI is an online tool which both scores and allows users to compare aircraft related repossession rights, deregistration rights and restructuring procedures in 100 jurisdictions around the world.
GARI will assist with planning new aircraft and engine finance and leasing transactions, auditing jurisdictional risk across a portfolio, dealing with disputes and repossessions, and analysing restructuring procedures.
Uniquely, GARI also provides a ‘mix and match’ overview of repossession, deregistration and restructuring data from different jurisdictions to tailor for any given fact pattern, which can be compared in a single view.
Visit GARI now! https://www.wfw.com/gari
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