Aviation 2020 Webcasts & Presentations

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Posted August 21, 2013 10:56 AM
By Laurence Reid

First Annual Flightglobal-Ascend Insurance Reception 2013

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Date: Thursday, 19th September

Time (EST): Market Update 4-5PM, Cocktail Reception 5-7PM

Location: Ascend USA, 360 Park Avenue South (26th Street), 10th Floor, New York, NY 10010

Weather is the most discussed topic on the planet and the deep depression that has clouded the airline industry since late 2008 is now clearing with more favourable conditions apparently settling in for the commercial aircraft market.

Please join us for a review of the current state of the industry and its impact on aircraft value trends and insurance values, as presented by Paul Hayes, Director of Air Safety and George Dimitroff, VP Advisory, Americas.

This will be followed by a networking cocktail reception.

Register your attendance by contacting Ryanne Woltz: ryanne.woltz@ascendworldwide.com, +1 646 746 6841

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Posted August 13, 2013 12:11 PM
By Laurence Reid

AVIATION 2020 WEBCAST: OUTLOOK FOR LATIN AMERICA

 

Date: Tuesday 27 August 2013

Time: 15:30 GMT / 10:30 EST


Aviation2020_WEBCASTsm.gifTime flies as we've passed the mid-year point in 2013 and are already making plans for Q4, Latin America's aviation industry continues to experience growth across numerous metrics. While feeling the benefits of consolidation activity in the past couple of years, fleet modernization strategies are also well underway, as demonstrated by a robust order backlog by Latin American and Caribbean carriers.

 

 

Please join us for a complimentary Webcast on Tuesday, August 27th at 15:30 GMT / 10:30 EST, with Ascend's VP Advisory, George Dimitroff, as he presents the outlook for the region covering the following topics:

  • Aircraft Supply & Demand: Overview of new deliveries, order backlog, production slot availability, as well as storage availability of used aircraft
  • Values & Finance: Understanding residual value risks of aircraft ownership: aircraft depreciation and value volatility
  • Operating Costs: Deciding between new and used aircraft; a case study; also examining the next generation: neo and MAX.

Register for this Webcast by emailing Claudio.Salazar@ascendworldwide.com and including:

Your name, job title, email and any questions that you would like answered during the presentation.

Please Note - the Webcast will be in English, but if you have questions in Spanish please send them in advance.

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Posted January 14, 2013 9:13 AM
By Sarnjit Flora

ASCEND AVIATION 2020 WEBCAST: 2013 THE YEAR OF THE SNAKES (and LADDERS)?

Date: Thursday 07 February 2013

Time: 16:00 GMT / 11:00 EST

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Duration: 60 mins

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Aviation2020_WEBCASTsm.gif2012 witnessed a host of market developments. Airlines defied gravity once again by registering global passenger traffic growth in excess of 5%, but yields did not follow suit.  A record number of over 500 jet aircraft were permanently retired, with nearly 50 of these being less than 15 years old, fuelling further the debate surrounding the economic useful life of commercial jet aircraft. Demand for new aircraft remains strong. Deliveries in 2013 will generate a 10% increase in demand for funding and take the value of deliveries to over $100 billion. 

Where will the funding come from? Has the economic life of an aircraft reduced? Will the markets break the ‘snakes and ladders’ cycle of ‘one step forwards, one step back’ and instead deliver a consistent trend of progress and profit in 2013?

Webcast agenda: 

REVIEW OF 2012 AND ROLLING THE DICE FOR 2013
Which aircraft are on order and what will be delivered this year? How will passenger traffic and airline performance differ from 2012? Chris Seymour discusses 2012 market activities and what to expect for 2013.

2013 FUNDING – Will 2013 be any different from 2012?
There are more than 1,500 commercial jet aircraft deliveries scheduled for 2013, which will require around $101 billion of finance. Sarah Conway discusses where the funding will come from.

CARGO
Eddy Pieniazek analyses the current inventory (and surplus) of aircraft and the prospects for both converted freighters and new build in 2013.

WHAT REALLY MATTERS IN THE ECONOMIC LIFE DEBATE
Rob Morris discusses Ascends position in the economic life debate.

LATEST INSIGHT FROM THE ASCEND REVIEW BOARD
Les Weal takes a detailed look at the latest aircraft values and lease rate trends.

Put your questions to our panel of experts during our interactive Q&A session immediately following the presentations. 

Join Eddy Pieniazek, Director & Global Head of Consultancy, Les Weal, Head of Valuations and Appraisals, Chris Seymour, Head of Market Analysis, Sarah Conway, Senior Analyst and Rob Morris, Senior Analyst for a special interactive discussion about the immediate prospects for the aviation industry, the manufacturers, airlines, cargo market and the financial sector. 

Register today for your complimentary place, click here

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Posted February 14, 2012 2:56 PM
By Sarnjit Flora

AVIATION 2020 WEBCAST: IS THE MARKET STILL TREADING WATER?

Date: Thursday 01 March 2012

Time: 15:00 GMT / 11:00 EST

 

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2011 was the strongest year for firm orders since 2007 with a 75% increase vs. 2010. Airlines are positioning to renew or grow their fleet. Will the cost and availability of debt financing cast a shadow over new deliveries?

 

With the true rate of asset depreciation being in the spotlight once again and the European Emissions Trading Scheme receiving a mixed response from airlines - will 2012 be 'plane' sailing?

Eddy Pieniazek, Director & Global Head of Consultancy, Les Weal, Head of Valuations and Appraisals, Paul Sheridan, Head of Consultancy Asia, Chris Seymour, Head of Market Analysis and Rob Morris, Senior Analyst discuss where we are in the aviation cycle and the outlook for 2012.

LOOKING INTO THE CRYSTAL BALL FOR 2012 
Where's the cash coming from? Will there be enough money in 2012, and if not where will it come from? Which aircraft are on order and what will be delivered this year? Eddy Pieniazek and Chris Seymour discuss.

LATEST INSIGHT FROM THE ASCEND REVIEW BOARD 
Les Weal takes a detailed look at the latest aircraft values and lease rate trends and reviews key market developments during 2011.

EMISSIONS - NOT ALL 'PLANE' SAILING
Aviation joins the European Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) this year. The market is already experiencing resistance from China and European countries are enforcing the scheme – how will this affect the market? Rob Morris provides insight into what to expect.

ACROSS TO ASIA PACIFIC
The aviation market is looking more and more to Asia to take the aircraft deliveries, make the orders and now to finance the world's fleet. It's a tall order and not without its risks. Paul Sheridan will provide an update on aviation in the Asia Pacific region.

Put your questions to our panel of experts during our interactive Q&A session immediately following the presentations.

 

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Posted June 7, 2011 7:10 PM
By Sarnjit Flora

AVIATION 2020 WEBCAST: TURNING THE CORNER

Thursday 30 June 2011

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The new aviation cycle is starting to take shape. We're seeing more money in investment markets and premium traffic figures continue to improve. However, higher fuel prices are causing older aircraft to be parked and are putting pressure on airline profits.

It's a recovery – even though it doesn't feel like it… 

Eddy Pieniazek, Director & Global Head of Consultancy, Paul Sheridan, Head of Risk Advisory,Christine Jie Yan, Regional Senior Aviation Analyst - Asia and Olga Razzhivina, Manager of Valuation Services discuss the latest trends in the market. 

Webcast agenda:

  • Latest insight from the Ascend review board 
  • Where have we been, where are we now? 
  • How will the fast-paced Asia Commercial Aviation market develop?
  • Orders and transactions review

To download your copy of the webcast presentation, click here

To view the webcast video recording, click here

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Posted October 29, 2009 7:45 PM
By Ascend Worldwide Admin

AVIATION 2020 WEBCAST

NEW HORIZONS: TOWARDS A BRIGHTER FUTURE

October 29, 2009

The global economic storm has battered a beleaguered aviation industry over the past 18 months. Passenger traffic and asset values have been eroded. As a new decade approaches, are we on our way out of the crisis and have the right lessons been learned?

Industry experts Eddy Pieniazek (Head of Ascend Consultancy), Les Weal (Head of Valuations and Appraisals), Peter Morris (Chief Economist) and Andy Golub (Head of Risk Advisory), discuss the shape of the road to recovery and the opportunities that lie ahead.

Agenda:

  • The aviation cycle and new markets
  • Industry forecast
  • Latest insight from the ascend review board
  • Preparing for the unexpected: insight from Ascend’s risk advisory board

To download the presentation slides please click here
To download the video presentation please click here
To download the live Q&A session please click here

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Posted April 22, 2009 7:52 PM
By Ascend Worldwide Admin

AVIATION 2020 WEBCAST

DEALING WITH THE DOWNTURN

April 23, 2009


Constrained credit markets, depressed valuations and diminishing passenger numbers are creating extraordinary challenges for aviation.

Industry experts Eddy Pieniazek (Head of Ascend Consultancy), Les Weal (Head of Valuations and Appraisals), Peter Morris (Chief Economist), discuss the global market outlook and how the industry is adapting to survive the current economic crisis.

Topics for discussion include:

  • Aircraft values: Les Weal shares his projections of where aircraft values will be by the end of 2009.
  • Order deferrals: will we witness a significant increase over the next 12 months as airlines seek to further reduce capacity?
  • Stored aircraft: assessing the implications of the latest stored aircraft statistics from Ascend.
  • Capacity trends: by country and by airline .
  • The results of the 2009 Ascend corporate travel survey.

To download the presentation slides please click here
To download the video presentation please click here
To download the live Q&A session please click here


For details on forthcoming Aviation 2020 events please e-mail: aviation2020@ascendworldwide.com

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