New aircraft financing rules that take effect Jan. 1 will double the upfront fees the Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank) charges for its loan guarantees. The fees are expected to more than double from 6.25% to 15% of the total loan and will be adjusted on a quarterly basis, Ex-Im Bank Chairman Fred Hochberg said Nov. 8 during a speech at the International Aviation Club in Washington. This makes Ex-Im Bank financing considerably more expensive for companies with ...
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