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China Aircraft Leasing Group receives “Best Investment Value Award”

China Aircraft Leasing Group receives “Best Investment Value Award”

China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings Limited, the largest independent operating aircraft lessor in China, is pleased to announce that CALC received the ‘Best Investment Value Award’ at the 2016 Golden Stock Awards and is the only aircraft lessor amongst all winners.

The Awards were co-organized by, the leading stocks information provider in China, and, a listed company that provides online financial information. The award process followed a strict set of standards and reviewed several criteria, including applicants’ relevant financial performance, market capitalization and return on assets. Meanwhile, respected representatives from financial institutions, securities analysts, industry professionals and media veterans were polled online for their views and insights on the award applicants.

Mr. Barry MOK, Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer of CALC, commented, “We are delighted to receive the ‘Best Investment Value Award’ from two Chinese financial media, following two other awards we received from Hong Kong media in November 2016 that recognized outstanding listed companies. This is a good start of 2017, and we are further motivated to drive for better results following this recognition by investors for our efforts in the past year. CALC is dedicated to expanding its business globally and exploring new financing solutions, as well as pursuing an innovative and diversified business model. As a long-term goal, we will continue to develop innovative aircraft financial leasing products, strengthen financing structures, explore comprehensive financial channels for our clients, and provide one-stop aircraft full-value chain solutions for airline customers as part of a globalization strategy and fleet expansion plan, which will help to maintain our leading position in the sector. In addition, we will continue to boost our risk management capability and profitability so as to deliver greater value to our shareholders.”

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