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Nordic Aviation Capital mulls options for landmark Limerick HQ

Irish Independent 28 Sep 2021
Nordic Aviation Capital, the aircraft lessor in the throes of finalising a $6bn (€5bn) debt deal with lenders, is mulling options for its lease at the high-profile Gardens International office development in Limerick city, the Irish Independent understands ... NAC initially agreed in 2018 before the scheme was complete to lease about half the premises.
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GE announces biggest acquisition under CEO Culp

Yahoo Daily News 23 Sep 2021
By Rajesh Kumar Singh and Abhijith Ganapavaram ... After a $30 billion deal in March to merge GE's jet-leasing unit with Ireland's AerCap, Culp said the Boston-based group would look to "play more offense" to grow its industrial business ... .
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Airbnb European headquarters seeking €41.5m

The Irish Times 22 Sep 2021
Number 8 Hanover Quay is let in its entirety to Airbnb Ireland Limited under a full repairing and insuring lease with a full parent company guarantee in place from Airbnb Inc, which underwent an initial public offering in December 2020 and has a market capitalisation in excess of US$100 billion.
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Owner of Airbnb European's headquarters seeking €41.5m

The Irish Times 22 Sep 2021
Number 8 Hanover Quay is let in its entirety to Airbnb Ireland Limited under a full repairing and insuring lease with a full parent company guarantee in place from Airbnb Inc, which underwent an initial public offering in December 2020 and has a market capitalisation in excess of US$100 billion.
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Airbnb European's headquarters for sale at €41.5m

The Irish Times 22 Sep 2021
Number 8 Hanover Quay is let in its entirety to Airbnb Ireland Limited under a full repairing and insuring lease with a full parent company guarantee in place from Airbnb Inc, which underwent an initial public offering in December 2020 and has a market capitalisation in excess of US$100 billion.
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Airbnb's European headquarters for sale at €41.5m

The Irish Times 22 Sep 2021
Number 8 Hanover Quay is let in its entirety to Airbnb Ireland Limited under a full repairing and insuring lease with a full parent company guarantee in place from Airbnb Inc, which underwent an initial public offering in December 2020 and has a market capitalisation in excess of US$100 billion.
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Cultural shift needed to view rental properties as homes, not investments – TD

Belfast Telegraph 22 Sep 2021
Ms Bacik told the Dail ... PA. / ... “We know that in Ireland, renters face a whole range of different restrictive measures in their leases which prevent them from seeing their rented home as a permanent one ... Get quick and easy access to the latest Northern Ireland news, sport, business and opinion with the Belfast Telegraph App ... Latest Republic of Ireland ... .
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‘We have seen fewer airline failures than you would expect’

The Irish Times 17 Sep 2021
Joe O’Mara, head of aviation finance at KPMG in Ireland agrees ... Aircraft leasing is big business, particularly in Ireland which is home to two of the largest lessors in the world, Avolon and AerCap ... It appears the aviation industry globally, and Ireland’s in particular, can anticipate a bright future with clear skies ahead.
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Ireland’s challenge to remain at the centre of the aviation industry

The Irish Times 16 Sep 2021
Currently, Ireland has a 65 per cent share of the global aviation leasing marketplace, with 50 aircraft leasing companies based here, including 14 out of the world’s top 15 lessor companies. Despite the hammer blow wielded by Covid-19, Ireland still remains a key player in the global aviation leasing and finance industry.  .
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Ireland’s aviation industry is starting to take off again

The Irish Times 16 Sep 2021
Unprecedented levels of government support kept most airlines in business, and the aviation leasing sector also played a significant role ... Despite the hammer blow wielded by Covid-19, Ireland still remains a key player in the global aviation leasing and finance industry.   ... “They could take the aircraft back and lease it to someone else.
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Getting the Irish aviation industry airborne again

The Irish Times 16 Sep 2021
Ireland’s aircraft leasing sector has a major advantage, however, in so far as it is in the business of renting mobile assets. “Leasing will remain strong ... So leasing will remain a significant part of the market, and Ireland will remain the global HQ of leasing,” Efthymiou predicts ... Across Asia they have not been as successful as in Ireland or the EU.
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Leasing group claims its Budget plans could get thousands more electric cars on the road

Irish Independent 15 Sep 2021
One way of getting thousands more electric cars on the road as quickly as possible has been outlined to the Government by businesses who lease vehicles. The Vehicle Leasing Association of Ireland (VLAI) believes it can deliver an additional 25,000 electric vehicles in the next three years if the supports to businesses are granted.
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Bring your pet to work day: workers may be lured back to the office with incentives

The Irish Times 15 Sep 2021
In general, most workers now want to get back to the office – at least some of the time – says Deirdre Costello, senior director, office leasing with JLL Ireland ... Deirdre Costello, senior director and head of office agency at JLL Ireland ... Fionnuala O’Buachalla, senior director and head of tenant representation at JLL Ireland.
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DUP’s Jeffrey Donaldson given boost as pair who quit party rejoin

Irish Independent 14 Sep 2021
Read More. How Dublin has been left behind in return to 'new normal' as rural towns enjoy fresh lease of life In Focus. Amazon’s mega warehouse in Ireland – faster, cheaper, but at what price? ...I’ve returned to the DUP because I believe in Jeffrey Donaldson’s brand of unionism and the direction in which he wants to take Northern Ireland.
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Initiative Ireland plan gets backing of Goldman Sachs

RTE 10 Sep 2021
Property finance platform, Initiative Ireland, has secured the backing of Goldman Sachs Asset Management for its latest financing project ... Padraig Rushe, the chief executive of Initiative Ireland said the development would further strength its ability to compete as a new financial competitor in the Irish property market.

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