School of Corporate Jet & Helicopter Finance 2012

Alasdair Whyte
By Alasdair Whyte February 22, 2012 12:23

Ed Gross, Vedder Price and Tom Low, Airfinance

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Aircraft finance is essential to the business jet industry. Over 70% of all aircraft are financed and without credit new aircraft do not get delivered and pre-owned aircraft do not trade.

As moveable high-value assets, business jets are attractive collateral for deals. But there are also significant risks if financiers do not understand aircraft values, insurance, maintenance, records and repossession.

The business jet industry is shifting from a US dominated market to a truly global one. Corporate Jet Investor’s School of Corporate Jet Finance will help identify opportunities and risks involved in international transactions.


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How will the course assist you?

Led by a specialist faculty of business jet experts – who lead transactions  every day – the interactive course will use practical examples and case studies to give you knowledge and understanding you can use to get deals closed:

  • Gain an insight into what determines aircraft values
  • Understand the fundamentals of the sales process – with a special case study on negotiating and structuring a letter of intent
  • Review the practicalities of aircraft registration and insurance
  • Develop a thorough understanding of risk management – including a focus on residual values and asset management
  • Understand fiscal regulations that apply to business aircraft
  • The residential course will give you opportunities to network and make new business contacts in a relaxed environment
  • Over the three days the faculty will be on hand to answer your questions and to give you detailed insight into specific topics that are relevant to your business.

And much more…see the full agenda for detail on what will be covered.

Who should attend?

  • Aircraft brokers
  • Private bankers
  • Aircraft bankers
  • Family office managers
  • Lawyers
  • Manufacturers
  • Trust managers
  • Consultants
  • Aircraft managers
  • Charter operators
Alasdair Whyte
By Alasdair Whyte February 22, 2012 12:23

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