Aircraft specific rules

Aircraft specific rules

The Aircraft Sector Understanding (ASU), which is a "gentlemen’s agreement", applies to officially supported export credits relating to civil aircraft. Although integrated as a sectoral annex into the Arrangement, it is a self-contained agreement, that operates with no recourse to any of the provisions of the Arrangement. The Participants to the ASU are slightly different from the Participants to the Arrangement. They are: Australia, Brazil, Canada, the European Union, Japan, Korea, New-Zealand, Norway, Switzerland and the United States.

Text Evolution

The prevailing ASU text can be found in Annex III of the current Arrangement on Officially Supported Export Credits. Compared to the previous version (July 2018), the following changes were made:

  • Changes relating to Appendix II (Minimum Premium Rates):
    • Article 31 was slightly amended to clarify that it is the minimum premium rates (MPRs) and not the market reflective surcharge (MRS) that are to be made public.

For more information: please consult the Evolution of the Arrangement document: it provides a history of the evolution of the Arrangement, including an overview of the milestones since its adoption in 1978, a history of the changes made both to the main body of the Arrangement and to its sectoral annexes since 1992 (with a special focus regarding the ASU) and the links to the previous versions of the Arrangement.

Minimum Premium Rates (MPR)

The ASU stipulates that ASU Participants shall charge no less than the applicable MPR to account for the credit risk when providing an officially supported export credit. Premium is charged in addition to the interest rate, as it is meant to cover the risk of non-repayment of the export credits.

The standard 2011 ASU MPRs are updated on a quarterly basis and take effect respectively on the 15th of January, April, July and October of each year.

Cape Town Convention

The ASU stipulates (Appendix II) that members of the Cape Town List may benefit from a reduction of the MPRs

Minimum Interest Rates

The ASU stipulates that minimum interest rates shall apply for officially supported export credits relating to civil aircraft.

Minimum Fixed Interest Rate – the ASU Commercial Interest Reference Rates (CIRR)

The CIRR rates for aircraft are updated on a monthly basis and take effect on the 15th of each month.

Minimum Floating Interest Rate

The Margin Benchmark used to compute the minimum floating interest rate is updated on a monthly basis and takes effect on the 15th of each month.

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