The Corporate Jet Investor Conference is one of the flagship events in the business aviation calendar. This year’s conference was held over two days and included presentations, panel events and networking sessions for the 200 or so industry professional attendees.
After an interesting and engaging two days of learning, debating and networking the conference closed with the Dealmakers Dinner. The whole conference was hosted at the prestigious Landmark Hotel in London, which was a befitting venue for this auspicious event.
“This annual event is a must attend for anyone involved in sourcing, advising or arranging transactions of privately owned or business jets, along with the manufactures and those providing ongoing services to the industry”, quoted Samantha.
“As a premier event in this industry, Corporate Jet Investor and Dealmakers Dinner were great platforms to present our range of aircraft ownership structures and associated services to such a vast and diverse audience. We have been given the opportunity to meet with other representatives in the aviation industry and illustrate Abacus’ ownership structures and administration services for aircraft owners”, added Stephen.
Abacus Aviation is an essential link in the chain that brings all the parties together to make a transaction happen. Abacus being located in two key jurisdictions (Malta and the Isle of Man) are very well placed to assist with the co-ordination of the aircraft purchase, providing tax efficient ownership structures, and their related administration services, along with aircraft registration.
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