第十八届中国航空金融年会

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"Airfinance Journal China 2019 provides a great opportunity for the aviation finance community to network with each other. It helps solve our aviation financing challenges and fosters a sustainable and healthy aviation community. Appreciate the team of Airfinance Journal for their terrific teamwork, facilitation, and coordination which guaranteed the high quality of the event as usual."
Lianming You
Jiangxi Aviation Investment

Airfinance Journal China 2020 — Positioning for the rebound and capturing opportunities emerging in China

Airfinance Journal China Conference will return on 29-30 September 2020 as a virtual conference. The two-day conference, although in a new format, will give you a unique opportunity to connect and engage with the Chinese aviation community. Join us and gain market updates, connect with over 490 industry elites, and identify business opportunities in the Chinese aviation market.

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Agenda

08:00 Registration open

09:00 Chairman’s opening remarks  

09:10 Panel Discussion: The headwinds and tailwinds in Japan’s aviation industry 

09:25 Infrastructure support to facilitate Japan’s inbound and outbound travel 

With the Japan Government planning to boost the inbound and outbound travel figures to 60 million in 2030, many challenges remains. How will airport facilitate the increase in air traffic? What is the Government’s plan to diversify the destinations of the tourists from abroad, which currently tend to concentrate in the three big metropolitan areas: Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka? 

09:40 Understanding the desire for institutional investors to gain greater access to the aircraft asset class. 

Ongoing high demand for capital in the aircraft finance market is increasingly attracting the interest of institutional investors seeking asset-backed investments with attractive returns. 

With Japanese investors that have built up expertise in aircraft are looking for new products, how can we better understand the desire for institutional investors to gain greater access to the aircraft asset class?s Will the asset-backed securities (ABS) market be an area of interest? 

10:20 Networking Break 

10:55 Panel Discussion: Exploring opportunities: Arilines in Japan

Inbound tourism could be a powerful economic engine, with the Japanese government setting an aspirational target to increase inbound tourism to 40 million in 2020 and seeks to nearly triple the annual number of visitor nights in non-metropolitan areas to harness tourism as a catalyst for the revitalization of these less-populous regions. What are the opportunities for Airlines in Japan and what are Airlines plan to tap into this market?

11:35 American Airline Panel: What it means for American Airline to be in Japan  

11:50 Lessor Panel: Diversification and Innovation in financing  

12:30 Network Lunch sponsored by Boeing 

13:45 JOL & JOLCO: Japanese aircraft lessors’ view of the world 

There has been many new alliances being formed by JOL/JOLCO arrangers and asset managers in recent years. Moving into a new year, what are JOL & JOLCO’s view to the global leasing industry? Will the proposed tax reform that would go into effect in April 2020 bring changes to companies involved in Japanese-sourced aircraft lease transactions? 

14:25 Presentation by Development Bank of Japan 

14:35 Japanese mega-banks: Venturing and expanding aboard 

15:15 Networking Break

15:50 Japanese regional banks: What’s the next move? 

16:30 A new revolution – GATS (Global Aircraft Trading System)  

17:10 Close of day one followed by cocktail reception sponsored by Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank 

09:00 Registration open

09:30 Chairman’s opening remarks

09:40 Engine panel: Cutting-edge engines to achieve excellent environmental performance and economic efficiency

10:20 Presentation by CALC

10:35 OEM panel: the next-generation aircraft

Environmental friendly is becoming a focused topic in the aviation industry, with Japan long sought to nurture the aviation industry, what are companies doing to reduce carbon emissions? How can Japan’s development and innovation in aviation assist? 

11:15 AWAR Panel 

11:35 In conversation: Steps to be taken today to be ready for the opportunities and challenges of the next 20 years

12:05 General aviation panel: The growth and potential of the general aviation market in Japan

12:35 Close of day two

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