Tejaswi is experienced in all aspects of aircraft financing and leasing, including pre-delivery payment financing, export credit agency supported financing, operating and finance leasing, sale and lease backs, structured financing, portfolio acquisitions and sales, EETCs and portfolio securitisations. He has regularly acted for financiers, lessors, owners, borrowers, issuers and airlines, managers and operators.
Prior joining Tiang & Partners, Tejaswi worked for a few international law firms and based in Sydney, New York and Singapore before moving to Hong Kong in 2016.
Tejaswi is admitted to practice in England & Wales, Hong Kong, New York (USA) and New South Wales (Australia).
Areas of expertise
- Aviation and asset finance and leasing
- Trade finance
- Infrastructure and project finance
- Represented financiers and lessors on all aspects of aircraft financing and leasing
- Represented financiers on all aspects of vessel financing and chartering
- Represented corporates in rolling stock financing and leasing in the energy and utilities and mining sectors
- Represented underwriters in asset based loan repack structures
- Represented corporates and financiers in yellow goods/mining equipment financing and leasing
- Represented financiers in trade financing (vendor financing, factoring, LCs, bank guarantees)
- Represented corporates and financiers in receivables financing
- Represented corporates and financiers in insolvency/restructuring
- Represented corporates and financiers in commercial property financing
- Represented lessors and financiers on asset financing, LCC airlines on their corporate matters, and aviation and shipping clients on acquisition financing, with a particular emphasis on export credit agency (European ECAs and EXIM) supported financing and the establishment and financing of joint ventures and other alliances
- Represented sponsors and lenders on hybrid project and corporate financing of infrastructure projects, with a particular emphasis on projects in the shipping, energy and resources sector