FW: Ex-Slync CEO Chris Kirchner guilty of wire fraud, money laundering
FREIGHTWAVES reports: Ex-Slync CEO Christopher Kirchner was found guilty Thursday of four counts of wire fraud ...
FreightWaves writes: “Entering the fourth quarter of 2019, ‘big league’ aircraft lessors have made a beeline to the debt capital markets. The low interest rate environment makes capital raising easier and migrates asset class allocation to so-called ‘alternative investments’. Liquidity is prevalent as investors from private equity, insurance companies, fund managers, and capital markets, are attracted to the aviation sector by a fundamentally strong growth rate and long-term, real asset-based returns.”
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