Graham Tyler is a partner in Pillsbury’s Transportation Finance Group, located in the London office, and is a recognised expert in aircraft finance.
Tyler regularly advises clients that include airlines, financial institutions and lessors on the procurement of new and used aircraft and engines and the cross-border leasing and financing of those aircraft and engines, utilising a variety of structures including operating leases, finance leases, export credit supported transactions, Islamic finance and tax-based and structured finance products.
He has also worked on deals involving other assets including ships/offshore equipment rolling stock and yellow goods.
Tyler and his team are highly rated in both Chambers and The Legal 500 for their work in this sector. Tyler is described by clients as ‘a very strong expert in aviation finance’ in Chambers and Partners UK 2014 and a ‘leading industry figure’ in The Legal 500 2013.
He is also listed as an aviation expert in Euromoney’s Expert Guide — Aviation Lawyers.
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This information was originally sourced from the Pillsbury website.
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