US EXIM Bank bounces back on basis of innovative risk sharing programme to reinsure two thirds of its aircraft credit risk exposure
The United States EXIM Bank has just agreed an innovative $1 billion risk sharing programme with 10 reinsurers that fulfills its 2015 Congressional reauthorisation mandate to engage in risk-sharing with the private sector to minimise its (and US taxpayers’) liabilities. The deal continues the process of de-risking subsequent to the hiatus that saw a newly Republican-dominated Congress withdraw its mandate for five months from EXIM in 2015. Subsequently Boeing was a key initiator of the AFIC private insurance-linked initiative last year, followed by the latest programme.

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