Airfinance Journal China 2019

13-14 June 2019

The St. Regis Shanghai Jingan

Shanghai, China

  • Sponsors >

  • Bank of Communications Financial Leasing
    Platinum Sponsor
  • CMB Financial Leasing
    Gold Sponsor
  • Deloitte
  • Everbright Financial Leasing Co. Ltd.
  • ICBC Aviation Leasing
  • PwC
  • BNP Paribas
    Silver Sponsor
  • CFM
  • Shannon Engine Support
  • TMF Group
  • ATR
    Bronze Sponsor
  • CDB Aviation
  • Citi
  • Engine Lease Finance Corporation
  • Novus Aviation Capital
  • SPDB Financial Leasing
  • Hong Kong Aircraft Leasing and Aviation Finance Association
    Supporting Organisation
  • Orbis
    Charity Partner

Event Overview

Airfinance Journal China is the longest running aviation finance conference in China. Over the last 16 years it has become a staple in the diaries of senior executives from airlines, leasing companies, financial institutions and investment houses. Our in-person client engagements and meetings programme, personalised concierge services and a variety of unique networking experiences are integral to facilitate marquee, multi-billion dollar deals for the aviation finance industry.

Air passenger traffic volume in China has grown extensively and the country is expected to dominate the world’s aviation market by 2022. Slowing economic growth, escalating fuel prices and heightened customer expectations are some reasons for increasingly fierce competition within the aviation industry. Join us at Airfinance Journal China 2019 to identify business opportunities and explore solutions to the challenges below:

  • How will trade uncertainty affect the aviation industry in China?
  • What are the implications of rising fuel price for airlines fleet planning strategies?
  • What is the outlook for various sources of capital available in the market? 
  • How can Chinese lessors and airlines prepare for currency turbulence?
  • Will we see more Asian and Chinese lessors making use of aircraft securitization?

We're delighted to offer new initiatives that will allow you to participate the China Airfinance in a different way:

  • 1-2-1 meeting programme facilitated by our personal concierge service
  • pre-event networking cocktail party

Who will attend?

Our two days programme will bring together over 700 senior executives from airlines, leasing companies, financial institutions and investment houses to examine the most pressing issues and opportunities of the aviation finance landscape with at least 62% of senior executives and their direct reports. 

Why attend? 

  • Network with cross section of business leader of the aviation market
  • Discover the latest industry developments on aircraft financing in China and Asia Pacific
  • Engage in high-level discussions about China aviation finance and it’s future development

       

 Chinese / English simultaneous translation will be provided. 

Airfinance Week China 2019
11 - 12 June | Airfinance Journal China School 2019
13 - 14 June | Airfinance Journal China 2019
13 June | Airfinance Journal China Awards 2018

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Contact us

Sponsorship: Kenneth Yu, kenneth.yu@airfinancejournal.com
Speaking opportunity: Yvonne Kwok, yvonne.kwok@airfinancejournal.com
Registrations: Charis Kwok, charis.kwok@airfinancejournal.com
Logistics: Louisa Kung, louisa.kung@airfinancejournal.com

Agenda

08 00 AM Registration and refreshments
09 00 AM Chairman’s opening remarks
  • Ling Li, Global Head, Aviation, Bocomm Leasing
09 10 AM Briefing: The state of China’s aviation economy
  • How will trade uncertainty affect the aviation industry in China?
  • Analysis and forecast of passenger and cargo traffic flows
  • Financial performance of Chinese airlines
09 30 AM Keynote presentation: The next ten years
  • The impact of macroeconomy on the aviation industry in China
  • Airline credit risk
  • The internationalization of Chinese lessors
  • Managing the upcoming aircraft redelivery bow wave
09 50 AM Keynote speech
10 10 AM Networking coffee break
10 40 AM Keynote presentation
  • Peng Li, Deputy CEO, ICBC Aviation Leasing
11 00 AM Airline presentation
  • Optimization of network and routes
  • Fleet planning and financing future deliveries
  • Major challenges and opportunities of the industry
11 20 AM Airlines’ perspectives
  • Is air travel demand maintaining increasing momentum?
  • What are the implications of rising fuel price for airlines fleet planning strategies?
  • What is the development path for newly established regional airlines?
  • Bing Li, Chief Financial Officer, Juneyao Airlines
  • Hon Lam, General Manager, Hong Kong and Southern China, Air Canada
  • Ke Chen, Chief Financial Officer and Secretary of Board, Spring Airlines
11 50 AM In conversation: Bringing C919 to the market
  • Order books and delivery schedule
  • Where does C919 fit on the market?
  • How can airlines finance C919s?
  • David Yu, Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer, Inception Aviation Holdings
  • Ke Wang, Assistant GM of Marketing and Sales Department, Comac
  • Charles Zhou, Executive Director, Aviation Finance, Standard Chartered Bank
12 20 PM Presentation by KPMG: How is US tax reform affecting Chinese leasing companies?
12 45 PM Lunch
14 15 PM InvestHK Presentation
14 30 PM Panel discussion: Challenges of lessor financing in the current market condition
  • What is the outlook for various sources of capital available in the market?
  • How to cope with airline credit risks
  • How the latest aircraft and engine issues are affecting business operations
  • Plans to order C919
  • Manuel Cordero, President & Chief Executive Officer, Cusco Aviation LLC
  • Anders Solem, Managing Director & Head of Marketing, China and North Asia, Nordic Aviation Capital
  • Bob Roy, Managing Director, Aircraft Financing Solutions Group, Aviation Capital Group
  • Pieter Burger, Partner, Financial Services Tax, Deloitte Ireland LLP
  • Kenneth Loo, Senior Vice President, Novus Aviation Capital
  • Eamonn Forbes, Chief Commercial Officer, FPG Amentum
15 10 PM Networking coffee break
15 40 PM Panel discussion: Passing through currency turbulence
  • Are we seeing a trend of lessors accessing financing from the capital market?
  • Loan syndication between international and Chinese banks
  • What is the outlook of the USD/CNY exchange rate?
  • How can Chinese lessors and airlines prepare for currency turbulence?
  • Sabri Gmira, Director Transportation & Offshore Structured Asset Finance, ANZ
  • Jasper Tan, Head of Aviation Finance, Asia Pacific, NORD/LB
  • Sandra Chen, Managing Director, Fontainburg Aviation Capital
  • Nikolai Lvov, Director, Aviation Banking, Asia Pacific, Citi
16 20 PM Mega banks’ panel
  • Interpretation of foreign exchange policies and their impact on lessors’ fundraising activities
  • How will Chinese mega banks support C919 acquisition?
  • Diversification of domestic financing tools
  • Fei Long, Deputy Director, Project Appraisal Department I, China Development Bank
  • Haitao Zheng, Senior Manager, Transportation, Corporate Banking Department, Bank of China
  • Terry Yang, General Manager, Aviation Finance, Global Finance Department, ICBC
  • Zhu Limi, Assistant General Manager, Financial Markets Department, Minsheng Financial Leasing
16 50 PM Chairman’s closing remarks
08 30 AM Registration and refreshments
09 00 AM Chairman’s opening remarks
09 05 AM In conversation with Airbus and Boeing
  • Estimated aircraft demand from the China market
  • Orders and delivery schedule
  • How new generation models fit into Chinese airline and lessor fleets
  • Richard Wynne, Managing Director – China Marketing, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
  • Hui Gong, Head of Industry & Market Study, Marketing, Airbus China
09 35 AM Presentation: Regional aircraft and turboprop updates
  • Qi Wang, Chief Representative, China, ATR
09 50 AM Engine OEM discussion
  • Features and reliability of new generation engines
  • Production rate
  • Cost-efficiency of engine programmes
10 25 AM Networking coffee break
10 55 AM Chinese lessors’ panel
  • How to differentiate between Chinese and international lessors?
  • What risks and challenges do you foresee in the coming years?
  • How to prepare for the winter and cope with the USD/CNY currency risks?
  • Lune Wang, Director And Deputy General Manager, Comsys (Tianjin) Leasing Company
  • Bo Huang, Chief Commercial Officer, CMB Financial Leasing
  • Nick Seah, Head of Commercial, Greater China & North Asia, CDB Aviation
  • Alfred Wang, Marketing Director of Aviation Finance, CIB Leasing
  • Jie Yang, Director, Aviation Department, Everbright Financial Leasing
11 35 AM Panel discussion: The latest development on portfolio securitization
  • How competitive is asset securitization compared to other aircraft financing options?
  • Is maintaining a high investment grade rating important?
  • Investor appetites and preferences
  • Will we see more Asian and Chinese lessors making use of aircraft securitization?
  • Paul Ng, Partner, Milbank
  • Weili Chen, Head of Capital Markets Aircraft Financing, Standard Chartered
  • Clarence Leung, Asset Finance and Leasing Services, Tax Partner, PwC
12 05 PM Chairman’s closing remarks

Speakers

Fei Long

Deputy Director, Project Appraisal Department I

China Development Bank

Lune Wang

Director And Deputy General Manager

Comsys (Tianjin) Leasing Company

Becky Wong

Tax Director

KPMG

Sabri Gmira

Director Transportation & Offshore Structured Asset Finance

ANZ

Haitao Zheng

Senior Manager, Transportation, Corporate Banking Department

Bank of China

Ling Li

Global Head, Aviation

Bocomm Leasing

Manuel Cordero

President & Chief Executive Officer

Cusco Aviation LLC

Bo Huang

Chief Commercial Officer

CMB Financial Leasing

Sarah McLaren

Vice President – Customers

Rolls-Royce

Nick Seah

Head of Commercial, Greater China & North Asia

CDB Aviation

David Yu

Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer

Inception Aviation Holdings

Anders Solem

Managing Director & Head of Marketing, China and North Asia

Nordic Aviation Capital

Richard Wynne

Managing Director – China Marketing

Boeing Commercial Airplanes

Jasper Tan

Head of Aviation Finance, Asia Pacific

NORD/LB

Paul Ng

Partner

Milbank

Alfred Wang

Marketing Director of Aviation Finance

CIB Leasing

Bing Li

Chief Financial Officer

Juneyao Airlines

Hon Lam

General Manager, Hong Kong and Southern China

Air Canada

Bob Roy

Managing Director, Aircraft Financing Solutions Group

Aviation Capital Group

Weili Chen

Head of Capital Markets Aircraft Financing

Standard Chartered

Sandra Chen

Managing Director

Fontainburg Aviation Capital

Paul Finklestein

Vice President Marketing

Pratt & Whitney

Clarence Leung

Asset Finance and Leasing Services, Tax Partner

PwC

Pieter Burger

Partner, Financial Services Tax

Deloitte Ireland LLP

Justin Phelan

Vice President Marketing

Engine Lease Finance Corporation

Geoffrey Jackson

Executive Director

US-China Aviation Cooperation Program (ACP)

Laura Mueller

Managing Director

Airfinance Journal

Kenneth Loo

Senior Vice President

Novus Aviation Capital

Hui Gong

Head of Industry & Market Study, Marketing

Airbus China

Ke Wang

Assistant GM of Marketing and Sales Department

Comac

Terry Yang

General Manager, Aviation Finance, Global Finance Department

ICBC

Ke Chen

Chief Financial Officer and Secretary of Board

Spring Airlines

Nikolai Lvov

Director, Aviation Banking, Asia Pacific

Citi

Zhu Limi

Assistant General Manager, Financial Markets Department

Minsheng Financial Leasing

Shaojun Zhu

CFM Marketing Director, Greater China

GE Aviation

Jie Yang

Director, Aviation Department

Everbright Financial Leasing

Eamonn Forbes

Chief Commercial Officer

FPG Amentum

Qi Wang

Chief Representative, China

ATR

Charles Zhou

Executive Director, Aviation Finance

Standard Chartered Bank

Peng Li

Deputy CEO

ICBC Aviation Leasing

Sponsors

Attracting thousands of participants annually from airlines, leasing companies, financial institutions, investment houses and government bodies, our events provide you with an unparalleled platform from which to promote your organisation’s brand, products and services.

Find out more about our sponsorship opportunities

Platinum Sponsor

Bank of Communications Financial Leasing

Bank of Communications Financial Leasing

Bank of Communications Financial Leasing Co., Ltd (“Bocomm Leasing”) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of Communications, the 11th largest bank in the world. It was established in 2007 with a registered capital of USD 1.3B. By the March 2019, with its total assets of more than USD 33B, Bocomm Leasing is the largest leasing company headquartered in Shanghai and one of the aviation leasing leaders in China. Furthermore, Bocomm Leasing is the first Chinese leasing company which establish professional leasing subsidiary in Chinese free trade zones. Its fleet consists of over 230 aircrafts in service and about 140 aircrafts in backlog. With nearly USD 11B aircraft assets, it has more than 50 domestic and international well-known aviation customers.

Bocomm Leasing can offer both finance and operating lease products. With competitive multi-currency (such as USD, JPY, EURO, AUD, RMB) financing tools, we could meet specific customers’ requirements via SPVs set up both on-shore and off-shore. Powered by professional and innovative management, Bocomm Leasing is endeavored to provide aviation customers with value-added and tailor-made leasing services.

Innovation:
- First lease transaction through SPV established in Shanghai Free Trade Zone (SFTZ);
- First finance lease transaction denominated in JPY by Chinese Leasing company through an offshore SPV;
- First spare engine lease transaction through SPV established in SFTZ;
- First operating lease transaction for Airbus Tianjin assembled A320 through SPV established in Tianjin Free Trade Zone;
- First Chinese leasing company to establish subsidiary.
 


Gold Sponsor

CMB Financial Leasing

CMB Financial Leasing

CMB Financial Leasing Co., Ltd. (abbreviated to the “CMBFL”), approved by the State Council, is one of the first batch of five financial leasing companies affiliated with banks in China. With the approval from China Banking Regulatory Commission, CMBFL was founded in March, 2008. CMBFL is a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Merchants Bank (abbreviated to the “CMB”) with the registered capital of RMB 6 billion. CMBFL opened on April 23, 2008. Since the establishment of CMBFL, it has been actively researching and developing all kinds of financial leasing products in accordance with the need of the physical economy. CMBFL launched financial solutions for clients from various fields of industry including aviation, shipping, energy, equipment manufacturing, energy saving and environmental protection, health industry, public utility and culture industry, financial leasing companies. The clients of CMBFL come from a variety of large, medium and small companies. CMBFL permanently persists in the core values of “Service, Innovation and Moderate” and the corporate objective of “High-Base, High-Standard and High-Level”. The balance of the leasing assets of CMBFL exceeded RMB100 billion in Sept. 2014 which made CMBFL among the ranks of “100 billion” financial leasing companies. On the new development stage, CMBFL has formally established the strategy of “internationalize, professionalize and differentiate” so as to build sustainable competitive edge to become the expert in financial solutions with excellent professional service abilities, and be committed to becoming the best financial leasing company in China. The balance of the leasing assets of CMBFL exceeded USD25 billion in Dec. 2018. 

Deloitte

Deloitte

Deloitte‘s Aircraft Leasing and Finance Advisory team delivers first-class advice to clients in a wide range of areas including structuring and financial advice on the establishment or investment into an aircraft leasing platform, M&A and IPO advice, debt raising and treasury advice to leasing clients (including transfer pricing), valuations, changing accounting practices, international tax reform impact, aircraft and lease/loan portfolio securitisations and the cross-border acquisition, leasing and disposal of aircraft. We also provide audit and tax compliance services to some of the largest aircraft lessors in the world. At Deloitte, we make an impact that matters for our clients, our people, our profession, and in the wider society by delivering the solutions and insights they need to address their most complex business challenges. As the world’s largest global professional services and consulting firm, with over 286,000 professionals in more than 150 countries, we bring world-class capabilities and high-quality services to our clients. Our people have the leadership capabilities, experience, and insight to collaborate with clients so they can move forward with confidence.
 

Everbright Financial Leasing Co. Ltd.

Everbright Financial Leasing Co. Ltd.

Everbright Financial Leasing Company Limited, headquartered in Beijing and established in May 2010, is a subsidiary of China Everbright Bank, a national joint-stock commercial bank, providing comprehensive and efficient financial leasing services to customers in aviation, infrastructure, medical and health, and other fields. 
With one of the youngest aircraft fleet and competent professionals, we offer airlines, airports, aircraft manufacturers, and MRO companies with tailor-made financial solutions including leasing services, asset management, and consultation services. Our business model includes aircraft operating leasing, financial leasing, spare parts leasing, sale-and-leaseback, portfolio transaction and etc. 
So far, we have established cooperative relationship with major domestic and international carriers.


 

ICBC Aviation Leasing

ICBC Aviation Leasing

ICBC Aviation Leasing Company Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of ICBC Leasing, was established in Hong Kong in March 2018 with a registered capital of USD 1.2 billion. ICBC Leasing, established in 2007 with a registered capital of CNY 18 billion, is wholly owned by ICBC Bank. ICBC Leasing is one of the leading players in China’s leasing industry with a local and overseas asset portfolio worth more than CNY 300 billion.
At the end of 2018, ICBC Aviation Leasing owned and managed 668 aircraft, among which 385 commercial aircraft were in operation. ICBC Aviation Leasing provides innovative fleet leasing solutions for 83 domestic and global airline clients across 38 countries and regions. The fleet value in operation exceeds CNY 100 billion and ranks No. 6 worldwide and No. 1 in China. 
ICBC Aviation Leasing has won many important awards from multiple Chinese and international authorities, such as Airfinance Journal, Airline Economics, Global Transport Finance, Financial News and China Business News. Its growing business has spurred the company’s social responsibility and it has launched various CSR projects and encouraged employees to give back to society with love and responsibility.
Through the integration of domestic and international participants, ICBC Aviation Leasing aims for high standards of professionalism and efficiency. By leveraging the advantageous financial, legal and tax environment domestically and abroad, ICBC Aviation Leasing has developed into a globally competitive aircraft leasing company.

PwC

PwC

PwC China, Hong Kong and Macau work together on a collaborative basis, subject to local applicable laws. Collectively, we have around 600 partners and 16,000 people in total. 
      
We provide organisations with the professional service they need, wherever they may be located. Our highly qualified, experienced professionals listen to different points of view to help organisations solve their business issues and identify and aximise the opportunities they seek. Our industry specialisation allows us to help co-create solutions with our clients for their sector of interest. 

We are located in these cities: Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Shenyang, Dalian, Tianjin, Jinan, Qingdao, Nanjing, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Hefei, Zhengzhou, Wuhan, Changsha, Xi’an, Chengdu, Chongqing, Kunming, Xiamen, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Macau.


Silver Sponsor

BNP Paribas

BNP Paribas

About BNP Paribas in Asia Pacific www.apac.bnpparibas

In Asia Pacific, BNP Paribas is one of the best-positioned international financial institutions with an uninterrupted presence since 1860. Currently with over 18,000 employees* and a presence in 13 markets, BNP Paribas provides corporates, institutional and private investors with product and service solutions tailored to their specific needs. It offers a wide range of financial services covering corporate & institutional banking, wealth management, asset management, insurance, as well as retail banking and consumer financing through strategic partnerships. 
 
Worldwide, BNP Paribas has a presence in 72 markets with more than 202,000 employees. It has key positions in its three main activities: Domestic Markets and International Financial Services (whose retail-banking networks and financial services are covered by Retail Banking & Services) and Corporate & Institutional Banking, which serves two client franchises: corporate clients and institutional investors. Asia Pacific is a key strategic region for BNP Paribas and it continues to develop its franchise in the region.  
* excluding partnerships
 

CFM

CFM

CFM International (CFM) was formed in 1974 as a 50/50 joint company between GE and Safran Aircraft Engines. Today, CFM is the world’s leading supplier of commercial transport aircraft engines and the best example of a successful international joint venture. 
Since the first engine was delivered in 1982, CFM has received orders for more than 50,000 CFM56 and LEAP engines from 600+ operators worldwide, of which more than 34,700 engines have been delivered.   
In addition to the highly successful CFM56 product line, CFM introduced the advanced LEAP engine which has demonstrated an unrivaled utilization since it started revenue service in August 2016. The LEAP engine powers the Airbus A320neo, the Boeing 737 MAX and the COMAC C919. To date, the fleet has logged more than 4,000 000 flight-hours. Overall, CFM has garnered orders and commitments for more than 17,300+ LEAP and plans to build 2,000 engines per year by 2020.  
As of March 2019, more than 750 aircraft had been delivered to 100 customers. 
The engine is delivering a 15 percent improvement in fuel efficiency along with significant reductions in noise and emissions signatures.  All of this while maintaining CFM’s industry-leading reliability and overall cost of ownership. 
In 2008, with the launch of the LEAP engine, CFM announced that all services offerings for this new product would come from directly from CFM.  The organize could also provide support for CFM56 engines, as well.  This was done to support customer requests for seamless product sales and support.  
Since then, the primary focus of CFM Services has been to provide world-class aftermarket products and programs, working with customers to meet their unique, evolving needs from entry-into-service to mid-life through maturity and retirement.  

Shannon Engine Support

Shannon Engine Support

Shannon Engine Support Limited (SES), a wholly-owned subsidiary of CFM International, specialises in providing spare engine lease solutions to CFM56 and LEAP operators around the globe.
Headquartered in Shannon, Ireland, with marketing offices in Beijing and Budapest, SES has a portfolio of more than 250 CFM56 and LEAP spare engines, including CFM56-5B, CFM56-7B, LEAP-1A and LEAP-1B engines.
SES’ 13 strategic pool locations gives SES both the capacity and the reach to support airlines operating CFM56 and LEAP powered aircraft worldwide.
 

TMF Group

TMF Group

TMF Group is a Global Business Operator present in every country our clients’ aspirations demand. We are renowned for helping clients operate and invest seamlessly, in and beyond their home markets, by providing Global Business Services that allow them to focus on their core competencies. We have extensive experience in providing services to companies and special purpose vehicles (SPVs) used for owning and leasing aircraft. Our clients include aircraft lessors, banks, airlines, private equity and hedge funds. We have staff in every major global jurisdiction used for aviation services, which allows us to move swiftly and provide efficient, effective services anywhere in the world. We specialize in providing services to operating lease platforms including holding companies and aircraft owning companies (AOCs), aircraft financing structures, lease in, lease out (LILO) special purpose vehicles and aircraft and engine securitization vehicles. We manage hundreds of aircraft leases in SPVs around the world, nine out of the ten top global aircraft lessors are our client; we service half of the top 50 aircraft lessors globally.


Bronze Sponsor

ATR

ATR

European turboprop manufacturer ATR is the world leader in the regional aviation market. ATR designs, manufactures and delivers modern regional aircraft, with a customer base fleet encompassing some 200 airlines in nearly 100 countries. The ATR 42 and the ATR 72 are the best-selling aircraft in the market segment of 90 seats or less. With continuous improvement as a driving force, ATR produces cutting edge, comfortable and versatile turboprops that help airlines expand their horizons by creating more than 100 new routes every year. Compared with other turboprops, ATRs offer an advantage of 40% on fuel burn, 20% on trip cost and 10% on seat cost, whilst offering the lowest CO2 and noise emissions. ATR is an equal partnership between leading aerospace firms Airbus and Leonardo and benefits from a large global customer support network allowing it to deliver innovative services and solutions to its clients and operators all over the world. For more information, please visit http://www.atr-aircraft.com

CDB Aviation

CDB Aviation

CDB Aviation is a wholly owned Irish subsidiary of China Development Bank Financial Leasing Co., Limited (“CDB Leasing”) a 35-year-old Chinese leasing company that is backed mainly by the China Development Bank. CDB Aviation is rated Investment Grade by Moody’s (A1), S&P Global (A), and Fitch (A+). China Development Bank is under the direct jurisdiction of the State Council of China and is the world’s largest development finance institution. It is also the largest Chinese bank for foreign investment and financing cooperation, long-term lending and bond issuance, enjoying Chinese sovereign credit rating.
CDB Leasing is the only leasing arm of the China Development Bank and a leading company in China’s leasing industry that has been engaged in aircraft, infrastructure, ship, commercial vehicle and construction machinery leasing and enjoys a Chinese sovereign credit rating. It took an important step in July 2016 to globalize and marketize its business – listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX STOCK CODE: 1606). www.CDBAviation.aero
 

Citi

Citi

Citi is a market leader in providing a full range of corporate and investment banking advisory services and products to important aircraft manufacturers, full service airlines, low cost carriers, aircraft lessors, airports and other aviation related customers around the world. Our Services to the sector include M&A & privatization advice, public & private equity, public & private debt, bank financing, export credit financing, project financing, securitization, leasing, risk management and transaction banking. Leveraging its presence in over 100 countries, Citi is uniquely positioned to deliver solutions to the aviation industry – locally, regionally and globally.

Company website: http://www.citigroup.com

Engine Lease Finance Corporation

Engine Lease Finance Corporation

Engine Lease Finance (ELF) is the world’s leading independent spare engine financing and leasing company, specialising in the provision of flexible short, medium and long-term spare engine support packages for the airline industry. Headquartered in Shannon, Ireland, ELF is a group company of Mitsubishi UFJ Lease & Finance Company Limited ("MUL"), whose shares are wholly owned by MUL. ELF has the financing power and stability to meet the varied needs of airlines and to meet the commercial challenges presented by today’s rapidly changing world markets. ELF has access to extensive funding at favourable rates, therefore ensuring low cost flexible financing for the airline. ELF’s client base includes some of the world’s most established airlines, some of the newest start-ups and many of the seasoned LCCs around the world. The client base also includes several significant MRO providers, airframe lessors and the OEMs.

Novus Aviation Capital

Novus Aviation Capital

Novus is an independent, privately-held aircraft leasing platform, focused on investing, leasing and financing of commercial aircraft assets. Established over 25 years ago, the Novus team operates globally out of six offices in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The company has an aircraft portfolio under management worth about USD 4 billion.

Company website: www.novus.aero

SPDB Financial Leasing

SPDB Financial Leasing

SPDB Financial Leasing Co., Ltd (hereafter refer to the Company), founded by SPD Bank, COMAC and SIG with the approval of CBRC is a financial institution established in April 2012 in Shanghai which specialized in providing financial leasing services. The Company has a registered capital of RMB 5 billion, of which SPD Bank has a share of 61.02%, COMAC 20.34%, SSAOC 10.17% and SHLHI 8.47%    .
The Company, who ranks Aircraft Leasing business as its strategic core business, lists the country’s only financial leasing institution which has a shareholder background of both civil aircraft manufacturing and aviation services. Relying upon its shareholders’ strengths in aircraft R&D, aircraft designing, aircraft manufacturing and aviation services, the Company enjoys the power of providing full supply chain financial leasing services and customized leasing products for aircraft manufacturer and maintainer, aircraft component and spare parts supplier and airline operator.
The Company now managing 44 aircraft including A330-300, B787 and B737-800 which leased to Air China, China Southern, China Eastern, Xiamen Airlines Shanghai Airlines, Chengdu Airlines and Shandong Airlines.


Supporting Organisation

Hong Kong Aircraft Leasing and Aviation Finance Association

Hong Kong Aircraft Leasing and Aviation Finance Association

The Hong Kong Aircraft Leasing and Aviation Finance Association (HKALA) was founded in June 2017 to promote the development of the aircraft leasing and finance industry.
HKALA's members include key international and domestic lessors, lessees, banks and other financial institutions, investors, law firms, accounting and tax advisory firms and other service providers involved in the aircraft leasing and finance industry.
The Association seeks to be a united force in the industry that strives to enhance Hong Kong's status as an international aviation and financial center.

Company website: http://www.hkala.com.hk


Charity Partner

Orbis

Orbis

Orbis is an international non-profit working to eliminate avoidable blindness. We are a pioneer in the prevention and treatment of blindness for over 30 years and have worked in 92 countries. We operate the world’s only Flying Eye Hospital onboard an MD-10, a state-of-the-art teaching hospital that allows us to travel the world to share knowledge and develop skills with communities that need it most. Orbis provides education that is both high-quality and long-lasting so that these medical professionals can use their new skills to treat their patients even after the Flying Eye Hospital departs. Visit https://sgp.orbis.org/en to learn more.
 


Venue

The St. Regis Shanghai Jingan

1008 Beijing West Road,
Shanghai,
CN

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2018 Attendees Demographic Profile

Airfinance Journal China 2018: Attendees Demographic Profile

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