CORPORATE JET & helicopter INVESTOR asia 2015 Pan Pacific Hotel, singapore, june 8-10 Helicopter Investor Asia, June 8 2015 Register by April 17 with our early bird discount and save £200 08.15 Registration and coffee 13.00 Lunch 09.05 Welcome and Opening Remarks Alasdair Whyte, Editor, Helicopter Investor 14.30 Maintenance and helicopter values • Scheduled versus unscheduled maintenance • What issues should financiers worry about? Neil Book, President and CEO, JSSI Kevin Thomas, Senior Vice President, Business Development & Strategic Planning, JSSI 09.15 Asia’s offshore energy markets • How big is Asia’s offshore market? • Key new fields projects off Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia and India • How has $60 oil changed the market? James Hearn, Analyst, Infield Systems 09.45 Helicopter values: Is this the end of a bull market? • How will falling oil prices hit values? • Are we about to see a buyer’s market? • Which types will go down first? David Crick, Partner, Lloyds Tony Ellis, Regional Director, IBA Group 10.20 Morning coffee 10.50 Operators panel: Operating in Asia • How many operators does Asia need? • What causes Asian operators the most headaches? • How big does an operator need to grow? Moderated by Jeffrey Lowe, Managing Director, AsianSky Group 11.40 Debt finance for rotary assets • Helicopters versus other high value assets • Securing helicopters • Other options – export credit • Financing lessors versus operators Mike Kahmann, Managing Director and Group Head, Business Aircraft Finance, CIT 15.00 Alternative asset finance options • Debt versus leases versus export credit • Japanese operating leases • Tapping the capital markets Senior representative,AirFinance 15.30 Structuring helicopter transactions • Managing local jurisdictions • Repossessing helicopters 16.00 Afternoon tea 16.30 Financing helicopter operators • Why private equity likes helicopter operators • Opportunities for mergers and acquisitions 17.00 Helicopter leasing panel: Opportunities in Asia • Leases versus loans • Will lower oil prices turn investors against helicopters? • Is the operating leasing boom ending? Senior representative, Waypoint Leasing Nigel Leishman, Executive Vice President, Lease Corporation International 17.45 Close of conference and cocktail reception 12.20 The state of the helicopter market in Asia James Wang, SVP Helicopters and Services Marketing, AgustaWestland Lionel Sinai-Sinelnikoff, Vice President Customers, Airbus Lead sponsors Sponsors Corporate Jet Investor Asia, Day 1, June 9 2015 08.15 Registration and coffee 09.05 Welcome and opening remarks Alasdair Whyte, Editor, Corporate Jet Investor 09.15 The state of the market •Asia’s business aviation market in 2015 •Is Asia now a mature market? Mike Walsh, Executive Director, Asia Business Aviation Association and CEO, Asia Jet 09.45 Panel discussion: Aircraft demand – what is hot and what is not •Southeast Asia vs China vs the rest or Asia •Is Asia still a large cabin market? •Opportunities for smaller aircraft Chris Bogaars, Vice President, International Sales – APAC, Textron Aviation Nilesh Pattanayak, Regional Vice President for Southeast Asia Sales, Bombardier Claudio Camelier, Vice President Sales & Marketing Middle East and Asia-Pacific, Embraer Executive Jets Senior representative, Dassault Falcon Jet Corp 10.40 Broker panel: Is the only way up? •Is Asia still a new aircraft market? •How easy is it to export aircraft from Asia? •What is the gap between Asian sellers and international buyers? Don Dwyer, Managing Partner, Guardian Jet David Dixon, President, Jetcraft Asia Alireza Ittihadieh, President, Freestream Aircraft Bermuda 11.30 Morning coffee and networking 12.00 NetJets China takes on Asia •Why is now right for Asia? •Is the market ready for fractional? Robert Molsberger, COO, Executive Jet Management Lead sponsors Sponsors Register by April 17 with our early bird discount and save £200 12.30 Supporting Asian aircraft •Is there enough OEM support for the growing fleet? •Benefits of maintenance programmes Michael Mechler, Regional Sales Executive, Rolls-Royce Gary Martin is Vice President, Services Sales and Programs, Business Aircraft, Bombardier 13.00 Lunch and networking 14.15 Asia vs the rest of the world: A financier’s perspective •What stops buyers from doing deals? •What can aircraft buyers do to get finance? Mike Kahmann, Managing Director and Group Head, Business Aircraft Finance, CIT 14.45 How big will the Asian fleet be in 2020? •How quickly can the market grow? •Can infrastructure cope? 15.30 Afternoon tea and networking 16.00 Cross-border transactions: Is it getting easier to move aircraft? •De-registration and registration issues •Repossession and Cape Town •Which jurisdictions should be avoided? 16.30 Panel discussion: Opportunities for Asian operators •Aircraft management vs charter •What causes the biggest headaches? •Local versus international operators Moderated by: Charlie Mularski, Senior Vice President, Universal Aviation Björn Näf, CEO, MetroJet Mike Walsh, CEO Asia Jet Carlos Gomez, CEO, TAG Aviation 17.15 Cocktail reception hosted by ExecuJet Corporate Jet Investor Asia, Day 2, June 10 2015 09.00 Welcome and Opening remarks 13.00 Lunch 09.15 Asia fleet review 2015 14.00 Risks and opportunities in Asia •Is the region slowing down or about to speed up? •Which types are winning? •Where are pre-owned jets moving to? Jeffrey Lowe, Managing Director, AsianSky Group 09.45 International finance panel – funding the growth •Private banks versus asset lenders •Are financiers becoming more relaxed about local registration changing? •Are lenders too focused on their own niches? Sharon Ho, Director, UBS Mike Kahmann, Managing Director and Group Head, Business Aircraft Finance, CIT 10.30 Operating and managing aircraft in China •The start of consolidation - how many operators does China need? •The shift from ownership to management? •Will fractional work in China? •Is there room for foreign financiers? •What is happening with airspace restrictions? Register by April 17 with our early bird discount and save £200 •Which countries should we be watching? •Which ones are opening up? •Identifying Politically Exposed People 14.30 The rise and rise of Asian UHNWIs •How will falling natural resource prices hit Asia? •How to reach Asian UHNWIs •Is there a UHNWI business jet culture in Asia? Mykolus Rambus, CEO, Wealth-X 15.00 Panel discussion: The evolution of China’s leasing market •What lessons have been learnt from the first five years of business jet leasing? •Have speculative orders worked? •Are leasing customers looking for new aircraft? •Can international lenders compete in China? •Can Chinese leasing companies compete abroad? 11.30 Morning coffee and networking 15.45 Is India about to take off? Is infrastructure improving? The rise of third party management Has Kingfisher scared financiers away? Sidanth Rajagopal, Partner, Kaye Scholer LLP Sakeer Sheik, Managing Directo, Titan Aviation 12.00 Asia vs the rest of the world – an operator’s perspective 16.15 Oxford Style Debate: A 360 degree analysis of the market Jenny Lau, Founder, SinoJet Eric Wong, CEO, NetJets China •Does everyone in business aviation need an Asia strategy? •How hard is it to find staff? •Which region’s customers are the easiest to work with? 17.00 Close of conference and cocktail reception 12.30 Case study: Managing a serious aircraft incident •What can financiers do to protect themselves? •Can financiers rely on AVN67? To register: Call us on +44 1737 844 383 or e-mail: [email protected] Sponsorship opportunities e-mail: [email protected] Speaking opportunities e-mail: [email protected] Book by April 17 to take advantage of our early bird discount • 1 day Helicopter Investor Conference £599.00 £399.00 • 2 day Corporate Jet Investor Conference £1199.00 £999.00 • 3 day - Helicopter Investor Conference and Corporate Jet Investor Conference £1399.00 £1199.00 Offer only available until April 17, 2015.
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