Debra Erni is a partner in the law firm’s transportation finance group based in London. She focuses on international asset finance and leasing with a particular emphasis on the aviation industry.
Erni has represented several of the world’s largest aircraft leasing companies, banks and airlines in connection with ECA-supported financings, operating lease financings, tax-based leasing structures, secured debt financings and securitisations and has previously spent time on secondment with AerCap in Amsterdam.
Formerly resident in Japan for close to a decade, Erni speaks and reads Japanese fluently and is familiar with Japanese corporate structures and many other aspects of Japanese law.
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