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Platinum Player Gains Scale February 17, 2022

Bill Hoffman and Robert Korn speak to Airline Economics as Carlyle Aviation enters its 20th year in operation.

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The Future of Commercial Aircraft Demand: A Fireside Chat with Robert Korn February 16, 2022

Douglas Harned of Alliance Bernstein speaks with Robert Korn in a webinar about the future of commercial aircraft demand. David Vernon also participates.

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KPMG's Joe O'Mara Interviews Robert Korn February 23, 2021

Joe O’Mara, KPMG’s Head of Aviation Finance, speaks to Robert Korn, Co-Founder and President of Carlyle Aviation. The interview was produced in Partnership with Airline Economics as part of the Aviation Industry Leaders Report 2021.

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KPMG's Joe O'Mara Interviews Ted O'Byrne June 11, 2020

Joe O’Mara, KPMG’s Head of Aviation Finance, speaks to Ted O’Byrne, Managing Director and Co-Head of Aviation.

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Global Aircraft Demand and Financing During the COVID-19 Crisis June 11, 2020

Douglas Harned of Alliance Bernstein speaks with Robert Korn in an interactive session. Cherry Leung, Daniel Roeska and David Vernon also participate.

For important disclosures regarding Bernstein Research, please click here.

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Robert Korn and Bill Hoffman May 13, 2019

Airfinance Journal names Robert Korn and Bill Hoffman "Aviation Finance Persons of the Year".

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Apollo Transforms November 1, 2018

Apollo Aviation Group transforms into Carlyle Aviation Partners as it enters its next evolutionary stage.

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Single waterfall format for mid-life ABS shows Apollo was listening to investors May 8, 2017

The Apollo Aviation Securitization Equity Trust 2016-2 (AASET 2016-2) is the winner of the Finance Dublin Debt Capital Markets Aviation ABS Deal of the Year.

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Apollo hopes China's growth could open up mid-life aircraft opportunities February 20, 2017

The continued growth of Chinese airlines could well lead to the development of an internal secondary market for mid-life aircraft, according to Robert Korn. He believes that because of the insatiable demand, Chinese airlines will either introduce used airplanes at some point or simply keep their airplanes longer.

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Simplifying waterfalls December 31, 2016

Apollo Aviation Group and Goldman Sachs were determined to simplify the complex asset backed securitisation (ABS) structure to attract more investors.