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DAE appoints Leonard Chuah as senior vice president, marketing

Posted 5 September 2016 · Add Comment

Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) has hired Leonard Chuah to support its growth agenda by expanding client coverage activities and origination in the Asia Pacific region.

Leonard Chuah joins DAE Capital as senior vice president, marketing and will be part of the team responsible for DAE’s aircraft leasing and sales origination in the Asia Pacific region. Prior to DAE, Leonard was Senior Vice President Marketing Asia Pacific at Aircastle covering airline marketing. Leonard has also worked in various origination roles within aviation finance for Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), HSH Nordbank and Commerzbank AG. Leonard has strong relationships with airlines, aircraft financiers and investors in the Asia Pacific region as well as internationally. Leonard holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Arizona State University.

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