The Inaugural School of Aviation Finance Dublin

22-23 January 2019

The Convention Centre Dublin

Dublin, Ireland

Event Overview

The Inaugural School of Aviation Finance Dublin

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The inaugural School of Aviation Finance Dublin is launching this January 22nd - 23rd at the Convention Centre Dublin. During this course you'll join peers from across Europe to gain in-depth knowledge of the latest funding products, discover how to stay ahead of the curve in competitive markets and learn how to put together complex and innovative financing structures. Taught by a combination of University College Dublin academics and leading industry figures; the school promises to be a vital stepping stone in the career of any aspiring aviation finance leader. 

Key features for 2019 include: 

  • A 2-day intensive course, featuring 16+ hours of lessons and practical case studies to enhance your knowledge; in addition to access to premium content at Airfinance Journal Dublin 2019
  • Full supplementary learning materials and advice on continuing your training 
  • Course accreditation 

The opportunity to network with senior course leaders representing companies from across the aviation finance sector.

 

 

 

 

For anymore information please contact Kate Skinner

T: +44 (0) 20 7779 8281

E: kate.skinner@airfinancejournal.com

 

Agenda

08 00 AM Registration & morning coffee
08 55 AM Chairperson's opening remarks & case study intro
09 00 AM Introduction to aircraft finance & the aviation industry
  • Drivers of Air Travel – A Cyclical Business
  • Development of the Aircraft Finance Industry
  • Products & Services
  • Aircraft suitable for Leasing
  • Typical Operating Lease Arrangements
10 10 AM How aircraft are financed
  • Sources of Financing 2018
  • Banking Markets
  • Capital Markets
  • Structured Finance
  • Export Finance
  • Insurance Products
11 10 AM Morning networking & refreshment break
11 30 AM Aircraft as investments
  • Value considerations
  • Key components of Aircraft Values
  • Product Life Cycle
  • Technology Impact
  • Maintenance – Impact on Value
12 15 PM Networking lunch
13 30 PM Structuring an aircraft financing

 

  • Typical Structures used in Aircraft Financing
  • Use of Special Purpose Entities
  • Financing Terms & Conditions
  • Cape Town Convention
14 30 PM Aircraft operating leasing

 

  • Leasing Fundamentals
  • Leasing from Lessor and Airline Perspective
  • Lessor OEM Aircraft Orders
  • Lessor Business Models
15 15 PM Afternoon networking & refreshment break
16 00 PM Aircraft performance considerations
  • What makes for a valuable operating lease aircraft
    • Single Aisle
    • Twin Aisle
  • Aircraft Specification & Configuration
  • Airline Specific BFE – value to the aircraft or customer?
  • Transition Costs
  • OEM Competition
  • Available Product Types
16 45 PM Case study - structuring an aircraft lease transaction
18 00 PM Drinks reception
09 15 AM Morning coffee
09 30 AM Introduction to the aircraft operating lease industry
  • What are the business models in existence?
  • Overview of key Industry Players
  • Key Requirements to successfully compete in this market
  • Scale, Market Reach, - “Platform”
10 30 AM Financing an operating lease business
  • Sources – Access & Diversity
  • Secured vs Unsecured Financing
  • Matching Assets & Liabilities
  • Managing Financing Risks
11 10 AM Morning networking & refreshment break
11 40 AM Risk management - portfolio & credit risk
  • Managing Risk
  • Transaction Structure
  • Credit Risk Evaluation
  • Security Deposits & Maintenance Reserves
  • Jurisdiction Risk
  • Managing Delinquency & Default
12 30 PM Networking lunch
14 00 PM Aircraft asset & portfolio management
  • Aircraft Product Life Cycle
  • Technology Impact
  • Managing Ageing Aircraft
  • Portfolio Balance – Optimum Portfolio Mix
15 00 PM Afternoon networking & refreshment break
15 30 PM Manufacturer support
  • Typical OEM support package contents

Venue

The Convention Centre Dublin

The Convention Centre Dublin, Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay,
Dublin,
IE

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