AIRCRAFT ASSET MANAGEMENT
This annual aviation seminar will look at and discuss Asset Management philosophies and practical measures for the current environment in this worldwide business.
It is a very active time with lots of activity in the general economy as well as the aviation market. This seminar will look the impact of legislation changes, the forecast for aircraft growth and how the composition of the market is changing. The pace of court cases, regulations, and international aircraft finance developments has quickened – so how will it affect you?
Find out when and why disputes arise and how can you mitigate issues. What do you need to do at the end of the Lifecycle – what issues should be covered.
This seminar will also cover the commercial, legal, technical and financial aspects involved in aircraft asset management.
Ensure you are fully aware of what Asset Management means and what your obligations are and find out what do you need to know and when you need to do it.
A one day in-depth training seminar covering all aspects of maintenance reserves.
It will cover typical issues pertaining to the Lessor including what is needed to ensure they are protected, how to calculate reserves, what accrual rates should be set and more.
You will find out what you need to know and how to put it into practice. For example, do you know why there are maintenance reserves, or what is reserved and why? This seminar will also cover lease language, reserve draw-down rates and re-delivery as well as discuss the various aircraft/engine types and reserves.
It will be of value to anyone involved in aircraft asset management or leasing and who wish to gain a further understanding of the topic or to practice working out calculations.
MANAGING TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF A LEASE
This one day training seminar will cover the technical maintenance issues and the trends in technical development in aircraft leases. It will provide a practical look at the difficulties and challenges of maintenance issues and will cover: how to estimate the right rate and the variations on airframes and engines. It will also cover the lessor processes and procedures so will also be of value to airline personnel as it will provide the rational behind lessors activities. You may already have attended the MR and wish
Who should attend: Financiers, airlines, lawyers, technical and admin personnel. If you wish to gain an understanding of maintenance issues pertaining to technical issues in aircraft leases – this is the event for you.
OPERATING LEASE TRAINING SEMINAR MASTERCLASS
How to Structure, Finance and Administer an Operating Lease
This well established Masterclass covers all aspects of operating leasing from the perspective of the lessor and the lessee and includes How to Structure an Operating Lease; How to Administer the Lease and How to Finance the Lease. It will cover the fundamentals and explore issues associated with aviation leasing with ample opportunity to share experiences and to network. In addition, there will be 2 case studies which will enable a sharing of ideas and enable you to understand the theory. It is invaluable for anyone involved in or wishing to be involved in aircraft leasing – or you may just wish to brush up on your knowledge. It is ideal for new starters to the industry or anyone that has moved to a different aviation sector.
Who should attend: Lessors, financiers, lawyers, manufacturers, airlines, lease managers, asset managers, sales & marketing executives, contract administrators, maintenance personnel.
The programme can be viewed on-line at www.everestevents.co.uk.