Who owns SMBC Aviation Capital?

Sumitomo Mitsui Finance and Leasing Company, Limited
SMBC Aviation Capital/Parent organizations

Is Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank part of SMBC?

SMBC Trust Bank became part of the Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group in October 2013.

Who owns Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation?

Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, Inc.
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation/Parent organizations

Why do Irish planes lease?

A favourable corporate tax regime, double tax treaties, first-rate infrastructure, highly skilled talent pool and rich aviation heritage, are among the reasons why the Irish aviation market has grown exponentially in recent years. Today, Ireland is an unrivalled centre of excellence within the aviation sector.

What does SMBC mean?


Acronym Definition
SMBC Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (webcomic)
SMBC Sunday Morning Breakfast Club (various organizations)
SMBC Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council (UK)
SMBC South Main Baptist Church

What type of bank is SMBC?

About Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) Sumitomo Bank was a Japanese bank, founded in 1895. SMBC is the second largest bank of Japan and also holds branches in the United States, Canada and Europe.

How many employees does SMBC have?


Company Name Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
President and Chief Executive Officer (Representative Director) Makoto Takashima
Capital Stock* ¥1,770.9 billion
Head Office 1-1-2, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan Head Office Map
Number of Employees* 28,104

Is SMBC FDIC insured?

Your eligibility for particular products and services is subject to final determination by SMBC and/or its affiliates. Investment services are not bank deposits or insured by the FDIC or other entity, and are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of principal amount invested.

Why do airlines lease aircraft?

Aircraft leases are leases used by airlines and other aircraft operators. Airlines lease aircraft from other airlines or leasing companies for two main reasons: to operate aircraft without the financial burden of buying them, and to provide temporary increase in capacity.

How many aircraft are leased?

Today, over 13,300 commercial jet aircraft, valued at approximately $331 billion, are owned by operating lessors and leased on this basis to the global airlines, representing more than 49% of the fleet by value.

What bank is SMBC?

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
OUR BANK. Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) is a core member of Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (SMFG), a Tokyo-based bank holding company that is ranked among the largest 25 banks globally by assets under management.

What is an SMBC pregnancy?

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What kind of business does SMBC Aviation Capital do?

Our principal activity is leasing and trading aircraft, with a clear focus on young commercial jet aircraft of the types most popular with our customers. Our strategy is to focus on the most modern, efficient and desirable aircraft types, working closely with our airline and investor customers to meet their specific requirements.

Where does Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Lease aircraft?

Through our subsidiary SMBC Aviation Capital, a leading global aircraft leasing company incorporated in Dublin, Ireland, we lease commercial jet aircraft to airlines and offer investors and aircraft owners a range of investment opportunities and management services. Our corporate relationships are built on trust.

Who is the largest aircraft leasing company in the world?

SMBC Aviation Capital, formerly RBS Aviation Capital, is one of the world’s largest aircraft leasing companies.

When did Royal Bank of Scotland acquire Lombard Aviation Capital?

In 2001, Royal Bank of Scotland Group acquired the company and rebranded it as Lombard Aviation Capital. The company was rebranded again in 2004 as RBS Aviation Capital.