Singapore-Based Lessor BOC Aviation Plans Moderate Growth In Coming Years
Aircraft lessor BOC Aviation is aiming at a steadily slowing growth rate after tripling in size since its acquisition by the Bank of China in 2006. The Singapore-based company’s assets have grown from about $3 billion then to $10 billion now. BOC was largely unaffected by the global financial crisis...
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