Using a mixture of content, the online course allows you to gain an overview of all parts of a transaction or just focus on the ones you have always meant to examine more closely.
The course features more than nine hours of video; hundreds of summary presentations; in-depth articles; and real deal documentation (both English and New York law – and it also covers both US taxes and EU VAT).
You or your colleagues can take the course at your speed and focus on key areas.
You never stop learning. Which is why the Aircraft Transaction Masterclass is valuable to anyone within the business aviation community.
In the past attendees have included: financial institutions, operators, charter brokers, trust companies, law firms, aircraft brokers and others.
Led by a faculty of expert business aviation specialists – who close transactions every day – the course will use practical examples and case studies to give you knowledge and understanding you can use to get deals closed:
Gain an insight into what determines aircraft values
Understand the fundamentals of the sales process – with a special case study on negotiating and structuring a letter of intent
Review the practicalities of aircraft registration
Develop a thorough understanding of risk management – including a focus on residual values and asset management
Understand fiscal regulations that apply to business aircraft
The course has 16 continuing education points.
Buying and selling aircraft
Before you make an offer
When you find an aircraft – LOIs, deposits and the APA
Tax and aircraft registration
Exporting and closing
How to find finance
Managing and valuing aircraft
What can go wrong?
Each sub-section has at least one video, PowerPoint summaries and an article. In total the course has more than nine hours of recorded content for you to listen to or watch. It is not a webinar, but self-paced.
Mark Bisset, Head of Aviation Finance, Clyde & Co;
James Carroll, Director, Business Development, JSSI;
Gary Crichlow, Director, Aviation Finance, Arc&Co. Marine & Aviation;