Ship financing was discontinued.
$1.60 bn originated in a competitive market.
First Boeing B737MAX-8 was financed.
JOLCO financing of three A320-200.
First A320-200 NEO was financed.
First B787-9 was financed.
$ 1.75 bn was originated.
Global Transportation Finance Deal of the Year Asia Award for ICBC Leasing/Garuda JOLCO financing of three A320-200.
PK AirFinance financed its first helicopter and has developed a new service of ship financing.
Company reaches $6.8 billion in portfolio volume and cumulative origination reaches $29 billion.
PK implements a replacement to SAFE: Lending EDGE, a full-fledged Monte-Carlo simulation tool for risk-reward analysis.
PK AirFinance Japan becomes part of GE Japan Corporation.
Air Finance Journal European Deal of the Year Award for British Airways Secured Stand-By Facility.
PK opens office in Toulouse (France).
General Electric Capital Corporation’s GECAS buys CLPK Airfinance Company renamed PK AirFinance.
European Commission asks CL to sell CLPK European. PK closes first ever a/c backed CLO.
CLPK opens rep office in Tokyo.
PK implements unique risk-reward tool (SAFE).
Asset Management Unit set up.
Remaining 15% sold to CL. Loss incurred. Changes in management. Recapitalization.
CLPK opens branch in New York.
85% of Air Group sold to Crédit Lyonnais (CL). Company renamed Crédit Lyonnais/PK Airfinance (CLPK).
First syndicated aviation facility (UAS Pool). Separate Air Group established.
First aircraft financing (Martinair DC-10-30).
PK-Banken established in Luxembourg by Pkbanken Sweden.
Did you know?
PK AirFinance is affiliated with GE Capital Aviation Services.
PK AirFinance also finances helicopters.