• 2015 post event report now available!
  • The only conference solely focused on the engine management sector

Leading the Debate for the Future Shape of Engine Leasing

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Engine Leasing, Trading & Finance is the industry’s only conference solely focused on the engine leasing management sector, giving stakeholders the opportunity to assess the full breadth of issues from market forecasts to technical updates.

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In this fiercely competitive market, differentiation of services and effective portfolio management is key and with engine lessors an increasingly important part of the maintenance transaction, strategies need to be revised to take into account the rise of leasing companies as engine owners.

By attending you will:

  • Gain knowledge and information required to understand the intricacies of the market and capitalise on opportunities in this fast moving sector
  • Delve into the engine leasing world, offering take-away tools and strategies to optimise your processes and efficiently operate your assets
  • Network with peers, customers and clients in one central location

Hear what some of the 2015 attendees had to say:

This was an excellent conference with very good speakers on relevant and interesting topics. It was attended by sufficient numbers of active market participants, while not so many as to limit the potential for audience interaction”
Stephen Byrne, Deputy CEO, Royal Aero Group

The conference is a cornerstone in the annual engine finance/lease networking schedule. No other conference provides as conducive a forum for open and constructive debate of the issues facing our industry”
Julian Jordan, SVP Commercial, ELFC

Interesting area of the business which I have little exposure to, good meeting with some interesting topics & presenters.”
Rob Parker, Dir. Engine Maintenance & Planning, Air Canada

As a first time participant, I am impressed with this conference with large participation from the industry. Varity of topics and good speakers. Planning to attend next time.””
Joe Jacob, V.P Technical Powerplant, Acumen Aviation