The Super Early Bird rate for the Corporate Jet Investor Asia conference will expire on Friday 22nd April.

The conference will take place in Singapore on the 14th & 15th June 2016 at the Ritz Carlton, Millenia. If you are still unsure about attending, here are a few reasons why it will be worth your while.

Why Attend?
The conference is perfect for anyone involved in corporate jet transactions as it is tailored towards financiers, lawyers, operators, brokers, insurers, manufacturers, appraisers and many others.
The content is relevant and up-to-date ensuring that you have the tools you need to return to your company with a deeper insight.
This must-attend event brings together more than 100 senior level delegates who are active in the region.
Interactive discussions and debates are propelled by our industry leading speakers.
Hours of quality networking breakfasts, refreshment breaks, lunches and dinners – allow plenty of time to meet clients old and new.

In its sixth year, CJI Asia continues to attract senior level executives and C-suite leaders from the aviation industry. They come together to discuss the latest strategies to grow and support Asia’s fast moving fleet. And we think you should join them!

Our senior level panel of speakers for 2016 include:

Alireza Ittihadieh – Freestream
Caspar Baum – Surbana Jurong Private Limited
Claudio Camelier – Embraer
David Best – Claymore Hill Advisory
David Crick – Lloyds Asset Services
David Dixon – Jetcraft Corporation
David Hernandez – Vedder Price
Emil Pope – AsBAA
Glen Reghenzani – HK Bellawings Jet Limited
Greg Martin – Siam Flying Thailand
Jean-Noel Robert – Airbus Corporate Jet Centre
Jean Michel Jacob – Dassault
Jeffrey Lowe – Asian Sky Group
John Riggir – Jet Aviation
Leona Qi – Global Jet Capital, Inc
Marie-Laure Denier-Gassier – BNP Paribas
Maximilian Motschmann – European Konsulting Asia Corporation
Mike Walsh – Asia Jet
Patrick Enz – Hawker Pacific Aircraft Management Pte Ltd
Patrick Jackson – Asia Pacific Pilots
Paul Grusevich – JetSmarter
Stephen Friedrich – Rolls-Royce International Ltd
Thomas Dunstan – Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation (BDCA)