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3rd & 4th November, 2011

Te Conrad Hotel, Hong Kong


12th Annual
Asia Pacifc
Airfinance Conference
Platinum sponsor
Key speakers include:
Dr. Piyasvasti Amranand, President, Tai Airways International
Roger Han, SVP, China Airlines
David Mackrell, Deputy Chief Financial Ofcer, Air New Zealand
Brian Jefery, SVP, Corporate Treasury, Emirates Airline
Elisa Lumbantoruan , CFO, Garuda Indonesia
Yasantha Dissanayake, Head of Finance, Sri Lankan Airlines
Greg Manning, Treasurer, Capital Markets, Qantas

Riyaz Peermohamed, Chief Financial Ofcer, IndiGo Airlines
Udom Tantiprasongchai, Chairman of Advisory Board, Orient Tai Airlines
Patee Sarasin, CEO, Nok Air
Chen Ke, Chief Financial Ofcer, Spring Airlines
Sujit Cherian, CFO, GoAir
David Arendt, Executive VP & CFO, Cargolux
Hansley See, CFO, Cebu Air
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12th Annual Asia Pacifc
Airfnance Conference
3rd & 4th November 2011 Conrad, Hong Kong
With record breaking aircraf orders from Asia in 2011, strong
fundamentals in Asias emerging economies and continued demand
for passenger travel, the region is edging closer to becoming the
worlds largest aviation market.
Te 12th Annual Asia Pacifc Airfnance Conference will once
again bring the key leaders from Asia and across the globe to discuss
the latest opportunities and challenges facing the regional markets.
Over 450 senior aviation professionals registered for last years Asia-
Pacifc Airfnance Conference a record turn-out with increased
participation from Europe and the Americas highlighting the truly
global appeal of the event. On 3rd & 4th November 2011 we will
return once again to the Conrad Hotel for the 12th edition of the
event, bigger and better with more speakers, more themes and more
networking opportunities than ever before.
Key panel sessions over the two-day event include:
Te airlines what is their access to capital? Will legacy airlines
expand into the LCC space? Will long haul low cost models work
in Asia? And much more
Te lessors assessing the market environment for operating
lessors; Sources of funding for lessors; Will order books get bigger
in 2012? And much more
Te bankers what are the key trends in equity and debt capital
market fnancing for Asian airlines? How much capacity is there
from equity investors? How will Basel III afect aircraf bank
fnancing? And much more
Te ECAs the efect of the new ASU on export credit
fnancing in Asia; Evaluating the need for ECA fnancing in
Asian countries; What is the size and volume of deals in the year
ahead? Bank capacity in the ECA market; And much more
Te manufacturers trends in feeting and re-feeting;
competition from other manufacturers; What are the regional
needs for the Asian market? What are manufacturers doing to
avoid delay in deliveries? And much more
Te engine manufacturers and lessors efect of new engine types
on residual values of existing engines; What will be the new service
packages oferings to new engines? Will overhaul shops be all
OEM-controlled? And much more
Alternative investors assessing equity investors appetite for tax
enhanced credit products; Performance of aircraf funds; investors
preferences for aircraf types; And much more
We are looking forward to another record breaking event in Hong Kong this year, hosting the whos who of aviation fnance from around the
globe. We look forward to welcoming you amongst this number at the Conrad Hotel in November.
2011 Aviation Financing and Operating Leasing
School Asia Pacifc
31st October 2nd November, Conrad Hong Kong
Preceding the main conference, the 2011 Asia-Pacifc Aircraf Finance School will provide attendees
with thorough training in all areas of aircraf fnance and leasing, from understanding the diferent
fnancing, legal and tax structures to operating leases and asset management. On completion,
delegates will be equipped with the tools required to immediately execute aircraf fnance deals. Our
experienced faculty includes fnance and legal professionals, export credit agencies, institutional
investors and tax specialists who will educate attendees using their transactional experiences, and
encourage hands-on participation through practical training.
For multi-booking discounts on School and Conference places, please contact
jason.coles@euromoneyasia.com
31st October 2nd November 2011
Conrad, Hong Kong
2011 Aviation Financing
and Operating Leasing
School Asia Pacifc
www.euromoneyseminars.com/HKSchool 2011
Key topics include:
Commerical lending and syndication for aircraf fnancing
Debt and equity market fnancing
Latest developments in ECA fnancing
Asset and liability management for airlines
Key considerations in fnancing used aircraf
Selecting the right aircraf types for your business models
Market environment for operating lessors
Understanding diferent tax based lease products
Asset management in aircraf renewal and re-marketing
Credit risk management for lessors
Lease accounting under IFRS
Taxation for aircraf leasing
Fundamentals of aircraf valuation
Managing dispute resolutions relating to aircraf fnance
Understanding engine leasing and engine cycles
Our faculty includes:
Bharat Bhise, CEO, Bravia Capital
Jon Sharp, President and CEO, ELFC
David Swan, COO, RBS Aviation Capital
Anup Mysoor, Managing Director, Asia Head, Aviation Investment
Banking, Citi
Paul Ng, Global Head of Aviation, Stephenson Harwood
Daryll Ng, Partner, Stephenson Harwood
Isabelle Lei, Regional Head of Structured Solution, Asia Pacifc, Citi
Diarmuid Healy, Head of Technical Asset Management,
RBS Aviation Capital
Paul Jebely, Head of Aviation Finance, Clyde & Co LLP
Shane Matthews, Head of Credit Risk, RBS Aviation Capital
Bill Cumberlidge, Executive Director, KV Aviation
Owen Geach, Commercial Director, IBAGroup
Stephen Barnes, Director, Asia, GuggenheimAviation Partners
Scott Miller, Associate, Aviation Investment Banking, Citi
Khoon Ming HO, Partner in Charge, Tax, China &Hong Kong SAR,
KPMG Advisory (China)
Peter Hammond, Aviation Export &Agency Finance, Citi
Course leaders:
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Day One: Thursday 3rd November
0830
Registration and morning coffee
0900
Chairmans opening remarks and welcome speech
Garry Burke, CEO, Pembroke Group, Head of Aviation Finance,
Standard Chartered Bank
0910
Keynote address: Financing aircraft in 2012 and beyond
Demand for aircraft over the next five years
Where will airlines find finance?
Long term positioning of airlines premium segments vs. bottom and
middle segments
How seriously are airlines looking at regional jets and new aircraft types?
Dr. Piyasvasti Amranand, President, Thai Airways International
0940
Airlines panel discussion: Financing the aircraft in an inflation era
Fleet renewal sale and lease back vs. finance lease
Access to liquidity domestic bank markets vs. offshore financing
Matching funding terms with the asset life
Will airlines be more focused on narrowbody aircraft for fleet renewal in the
next five years?
Hedging the volatility in fuel , FX and rates
Will legacy airlines expand into the LCC space?
Are premium products dead?
Will the US capital markets start to play a greater role in financing Asian fleets?
With the rising cost of ECA financing, are there any alternative funding
sources for aircraft financing?
Aircraft secured bonds when will we see the first Asian EETC?
How to maintain a healthy balance sheet
Effect of inflation on cost of funding before the bullet Matching funding
terms with the asset life
Is alliance a must for Asian carriers?
Will LCCs outperform legacy carrier?
Roger Han, SVP, China Airlines
David Mackrell, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Air New Zealand
Brian Jeffery, SVP, Corporate Treasury, Emirates Airline
Elisa Lumbantoruan , CFO, Garuda Indonesia
Yasantha Dissanayake, Head of Finance, Sri Lankan Airlines
Greg Manning, Treasurer, Capital Markets, Qantas
Moderator: Kieran Corr, Chief Commercial Officer, Pembroke Group,
Aviation Finance, Standard Chartered Bank
1040
Networking coffee break
1110
LCCs panel discussion: Expansion in LCC sectors
Reinventing the LCC business models what has been changed?
Will LCCs expand alliance beyond regional boundary
Funding sources for LCCs
Operational efficiencies for the best margins
Where do new start-up airlines see the growth in Asia?
Market penetration rates in LCC sectors what gaps are there in the markets?
Ancillary revenues is there still an upside?
What is the right aircraft for regional routes?
Will the long haul low cost model work in Asia?
Configuration of widebody aircraft on long haul low cost models
Roadshow experiences what are investors looking for?
Riyaz Peermohamed, Chief Financial Officer, IndiGo Airlines
Udom Tantiprasongchai, Chairman of Advisory Board, Orient Thai Airlines
Patee Sarasin, CEO, Nok Air
Chen Ke, Chief Financial Officer, Spring Airlines
Sujit Cherian, CFO, GoAir
Hansley See, CFO, Cebu Air
Moderator: Paul Ng, Global Head of Aviation, Stephenson Harwood
1210
The Asia Pacific forecast
Erosion of fuel price on airlines profitability
Premium vs. economy
Capacity Asia vs. ROW
Market penetration:
LCCs vs. legacy carriers
Short haul and long haul vs. medium haul
Kapil Kaul, Chief Executive Officer, South Asia, Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation
1240
Lunch sponsored by

1400
Get the money while you can: Is there a sign of fatigue in Asias equity
fund raising?
LCCs vs. legacy airlines where is the issuance coming from?
How much capacity is there from equity investors?
Airlines equity performance Asia vs. ROW:
Market capitalization
Leverage ratio
Liquidity position
What factors will lead the performance in 2012?
Anup Mysoor, Managing Director, Asia Head, Aviation Investment Banking, Citi
1430
Panel discussion: Capacity in debt capital market financing
What is capacity of banks to finance aircraft into Asia?
Pricing trends bonds vs. loans
Demand for capital market financing
Investment grade vs. high yield are spreads getting tighter?
Appetites in EETCs
Trends in ECA bonds
Barriers for developing the debt capital markets in Asia
Specific types of bonds for Asian airlines
Gregory Lee, Managing Director, Structured Finance, Goldman Sachs
Jendrik Kurzke, Executive Director, Investment Banking Department,
UBS Investment Banking
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1510
Panel discussion: Alternative source of investment in aircraft
JOLs assessing equity investors appetite for tax enhanced credit products
Where do private equity investors see the trends in aircraft investments?
Performance of aircraft funds
Investors preference for aircraft types
Exit strategies for PE funds
Robert Gates, Managing Director, RPK Capital
Paul Kent, Managing Director, Doric Asset Finance
Moderator: WUI Jin Woon, Director, Corporate Finance, AWAS
1540
Networking coffee break
1600
Airbus & Boeing: Deliveries in 2012
Trends in fleeting and refleeting:
New vs. used
Narrowbody vs. widebody
Competition from other manufacturers
Production rates, backlog orders and cancellations
What are manufacturers doing to avoid delays in deliveries?
Randy Tinseth, Vice President, Marketing, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Bob Lange, Vice President, Marketing, Airbus
Moderator: Sophie Segal, Editor, Airfinance Journal
1650
Lenders panel discussion: What will be the themes in underwriting
in 2012?
Basel III
How available is regional finance?
Liquidity management
How do banks maintain profit margins without impairing the balance sheet?
Does size matter for achieving cost efficiency?
Is there enough USD financing available?
Using other currencies to finance aircraft
Will regional banks become more or less relevant in Asia?
Is there enough bank capacity in the ECA market?
Are there any asset lenders left in the market?
Are there new lenders entering the space?
Jos Abramovici, Global Head of Aviation Group & Rail Finance,
Credit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank
Jun Palanca, Head of Aircraft Finance, Export & Agency Finance and
Syndication Structured Finance Asia Pacific,
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Simon Perkins, Managing Director, Aviation Finance, Standard
Chartered Bank
HUANG Haitao, Regional Head, Aviation Finance & Overseas Finance,
ICBC Bank
Christian Mc Cormick, Chief Executive Officer,
Natixis Transport Finance
Moderator: Brian Jeffery, SVP, Corporate Treasury, Emirates Airline
1730
1730 Cocktail sponsored by

Day Two: Friday 4th November
0830
Registration and morning coffee
0900
Chairmans opening remarks and welcome speech
0910
Keynote: Global trends in aircraft leasing
Macro overview - drivers of demand and growth
Growth strategies of the Lessors
Looking to the future opportunities vs. challenges
Brian Harvey, Head of Airline Marketing, RBS
0940
Regional aircraft panel session: What are the regional needs for the
Asian market?
Are airlines considering new regional jets?
Assessing the need for turboprops
How is the fuel price going to change the supply and demand dynamics?
Salvatore Di Bartolo, Vice President, Sales, Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company
Douglas Abbey, Marketing Director, Asia Pacific Commercial
Aviation, Embraer
Mario Formica, Vice-President Marketing, ATR
Senior representative, Bombardier
1030
Networking coffee break
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1050
Panel discussion: Key trends in the latest engine technologies
benchmarking fuel burn savings
Effect of the new types of engines on residual values of existing engines
Key considerations in investing in the latest engine technologies
Cost of capital in financing the engine
What do worldwide overhaul shops cover?
What will be the new service packages offering to new engines?
Will overhaul shops be all OEM-controlled?
Re-engining is it the way forward?
Developing the next generation of engine technologies what is the next
benchmark for fuel burn saving?
Jon Sharp, President and CEO, ELFC
Bobby Jangan, Vice President Engine Leasing,
Rolls-Royce & Partners Finance
William Brown, GM, Marketing, CFM
1135
Panel discussion: Residual values of narrowbody aircraft in
secondary markets
Performance of popular narrowbodies in secondary markets
Cost savings NEO vs. C Series
Effect of re-engining on existing aircraft
Should the 737 be re-engines or re-designed?
Robert Agnew, CEO, mba
Phil Seymour, President & Chief Operating Officer , IBA Group
Christian Castang, Founder and Executive Director, Altar
Bill Cumberlidge, Executive Director, KV Aviation
1220
Lunch
1340
Lessors panel discussion: Demand for lessors in Asia
Has the sale and lease back market dried up?
Market environment for operating lessors
Assessing lease rates and aircraft types in operating leases which are the
compelling assets?
Funding sources for financing the capacity should lessors rush into fund
raising before the cost of funding rises?
Diversifying funding sources with different credits and regions
How to differentiate your business models in Asia
Is there sign of over ordering?
Will order books get bigger in 2012?
Ray Sisson, CEO, AWAS
Aengus Kelly, CEO, Aercap
Peter Barrett, CEO, RBS
Kieran Corr, Chief Commercial Officer, Pembroke Group, Aviation
Finance, Standard Chartered Bank
Mark Jiang, Managing Director, Aviation Finance, ICBC Leasing
James Meyler, Senior Vice President Head of Acquisitions and New
Business, Orix Aviation
Tony Diaz, Executive Vice President, Commercial Airlines, CIT Aerospace
Senior Representative, Aviation Capital Group
1500
Closing panel: Effect of the new ASU on export credit financing in Asia
Evaluating the needs for ECA financing in Asian countries
What are the size and volume of deals in the year ahead?
What are the pricing trends?
Bank capacity in the ECA market
Home market rules what has changed?
Effect of the new ASU on the cost of capital
Pros and cons of the new ASU
Where do we go from here?
Gordon Welsh, Head of Aerospace Finance, ECGD
Kostya Zolotusky, Managing Director, Capital Markets,
Boeing Capital Corporation
Bob Morin, Vice President , Transportation Division,
Export-Import Bank of the United States
Patrice Guindon, Strategic Account Executive, Transportation Group,
Export Development Canada
Stephan Cors, Head of Unit Aviation Risk, Federal Export Credit
Guarantee Division, Euler Hermes Kreditversicherungs AG
Yves Germeaux, Director Corporate Finance,
Cargolux Airlines International S.A.
Senior Representative, Airbus
1620
Chairmans closing remarks and close of the conference
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