Boeing Capital is a subsidiary of The Boeing Company, providing asset-based leasing and lending services. Boeing Capital is made up of two divisions, Aircraft Financial Services and Space & Defense Financial Services. It operates as a support unit for Boeing's main businesses.
|Industry||Aerospace and Defense Aircraft Leasing|
|Mac Allen, President & Director, Pete Andreski, VP & CFO, Tim Myers, VP and GM, Aircraft Financial Services|
|Revenue||$173 Million NET USD (FY 2004)|
Number of employees
|Website||Boeing Capital Corporation|
The subsidiary is known as a worldwide provider of financial services, but primarily supports its parent corporation.
In September 2018, Boeing, Boeing Capital and insurance firm Marsh & McLennan were sued for having stolen Xavian Insurance's actuarial analysis to create AFIC to replace the US-Exim Bank, stopped by then.
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