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Flightglobal Finance Forum: Europe
Flightglobal Finance Forum: Europe
27th June 2016, Waldorf Hilton, London

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Dear Colleague,

With the continued growth of the Capital Markets and an increase in asset-backed security and securitised transactions, there are a multitude of factors impacting the European and MENA markets. The Flightglobal Finance Forum: Europe delves into the plethora of sources of aircraft finance, providing insight into where we are today and how the market could develop in 2017 and beyond.
Aviation finance in the news
In the last month there have been several notable news items focussed on the aviation finance market;
‘Lessors unlikely to manage 50% of fleet within 10 years’: Ascend (06 May, 2016)
ANALYSIS: ‘Asian capital teams up with Western lessors’
(03 May 2016)
IATA: Airline profits outperforming sluggish economic growth (02 June, 2016)

Are you aware of these developments in aviation finance and more specifically developments in Europe and MENA? Discover and address these issues at the Flightglobal Finance Forum and ensure you receive the critical insight you need to overcome them.
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Jonathan Guest
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