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DAE Capital launches third-party aviation asset management unit

Posted 16 January 2018 · Add Comment

DAE Capital, Dubai Aerospace Enterprise’s leasing division, has announced the creation of DAE Aircraft Investor Services (DAE-AIS), a separate unit dedicated to servicing the needs of debt and equity investors in aviation assets.

DAE-AIS will:

Leverage DAE’s full service, global platform to provide bespoke asset management solutions to investors in aviation assets,

Provide investors a single point of contact dedicated to championing their interests within the wider DAE platform, and

Ensure a best-in-class standard of care for investors’ assets.

Firoz Tarapore, Chief Executive Officer of DAE said: “DAE-AIS will provide a unique offering blending our full platform capabilities with a dedicated service unit led by industry veteran Dan Stone. Dan will be responsible for growing the assets under management of approximately $850 million to $5 billion to address the growing needs of investors in this sector.”

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