• Aerospace, Defense & Government Finance

    CIT Aerospace, Defense & Government Finance develops integrated financial solutions for manufacturers, suppliers and service providers in the aerospace, defense, homeland security and government services markets. Our expertise encompasses traditional balance sheet financings, acquisition and growth capital, equipment leasing, project financing, and advisory services.

    Aerospace Defense Key Areas of Focus:

    • Aviation: commercial, cargo, corporate
    • Defense: air, ground, sea, C4ISR
    • Space: commercial and military
    • Homeland Security: threat detection and prevention, emergency and disaster, travel and transport
    • Government Services: IT outsourcing, military, civil
         

     We finance a broad cross section of aviation related assets:

    • Airframe and Engine Components
    • Spare Engines
    • Simulators
    • Gates and Slots
    • Ground Equipment
    • Helicopters
         

      Machine Tools Heavy Equipment Products & Services:

    • Asset based and cash flow senior debt including revolver and term loan
    • Second lien and Mezzanine loans, including subordinated debt structuring and placement
    • Equipment/Asset financing for aviation and transportation assets
    • Single-investor, leveraged and synthetic leasing
    • Financial advisory and debt syndication services  

     Industry Specific Assets & Transactions:

    • LBO/MBOs
    • Acquisitions
    • Recapitalizations
    • Restructurings
    • Working Capital
    • Capital Expenditures
    • Growth Financing
    • Progress Payment Facilities
  • Select Commercial Finance Transactions

    CIT combines its deep expertise in creating financing and treasury management solutions with outstanding execution and service, helping our clients achieve their full growth potential. See our latest accomplishments: Tombstone Collage

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    In response to increased cybersecurity concerns, the fiscal 2017 Department of Defense budget will include a 15% spending increase for cyber operations

    The president's budget request asks that Congress support a broad-based cybersecurity strategy that includes enhancements to critical infrastructure. The planned increase in cyber spending will be at least the second consecutive increase for cyber operations.

    The funding for this cybersecurity effort will be widely spread out across various agencies within the federal government via several appropriations bills.

    The House (CJS) Commerce, Justice & Science Appropriations Bill will contain funding for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) programs. This will include retail-specific cybersecurity initiatives like multifactor authentication for e-commerce and securing non-credit card, sensitive consumer data

    The Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Bill is set to provide funding for cybersecurity and protection of communications. The bill includes $1.1 billion to secure civilian (government) networks, detect and prevent cyberattacks and foreign espionage, and enhance and modernize emergency communications.

    The bill would also provide $84.5 million for the International Trade Commission (ITC) to improve its cybersecurity posture.

    One of the most important initiatives in the bill is the $3.1 billion Information Technology Modernization Fund. The fund would be used to replace legacy IT systems across the government, according to Andrew Grotto, Senior Director for Cybersecurity for the National Security Council, during a Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) event in Washington.

    "You really can't separate cybersecurity from IT acquisition and IT management. At the end of the day, we don't do cybersecurity for its own sake, we do cybersecurity to support reliable IT." 

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