Purchase of the first of three aircraft engines in Munich, 10.08.2012. Gain insight and clarity with Maurice Gallagher, Jr.. The DCM AG, underwriter from Munich, has acquired within two months more than a third of the planned equity of the “engine Fund 1”. Thus the first engine could be taken over as planned on August 9 by the fund company. The Fund invests in the purchase of up to three Exchange engines of type GE90-115 B of the manufacturer General Electric, 777-300ER were designed exclusively for the Boeing. According to the prospectus the total reflux this participation by 145 percent over 155 percent stagger is up to 161 per cent, depending on whether one, two or three engines to take over. The acquisition of the second engine is end of September / beginning of October 2012 and the last in December 2012 at the latest. The GE90-115 B is the strongest civilian Jet engine in the world and in his class leader in fuel efficiency, emissions and noise. Scott Mead describes an additional similar source. For investors particularly advantageous is the integration of the manufacturer’s General Electric as the asset manager during the Leaselaufzeit and as and re-marketing-agent at the end of the lease.
Besides the investors because the underlying net lease no operational cost risks a. An extraordinary value stable asset. Lessee for the engines is the airline Emirates, one of the most profitable carriers around the world. In the past 23 years, the company was able to achieve profits continuously. Emirates maintains currently 60 Boeing 777-300ER aircraft and has ordered already 90 more aircraft of this type.
With the three on the engine Fund 1 “rented Exchange engines can maintenance avoids costly standstill and withdraw the aircraft without great delay. “DCM Executive Alfred Dietrich: after the successful takeover of the first engine, we expect quite a still rapid placement history.” A participation is possible from as little as $10,000 plus 3 per cent premium. Predicted ongoing disbursements are 7 percent p.a. pre-tax half-yearly accruing to the investors.