February 13, 2017 – Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and London, UK – GA Telesis (“GAT”) announced the addition of two industry veterans to bolster its engine leasing team for the EMEA region. Christopher Grey and Leanne Jones will each serve as Directors of Sales, Leasing and Acquisitions for GA Telesis’ Asset Transaction Group (“ATG”). Based out of GAT’s London office, Christopher and Leanne will report to ATG in Denver, CO.
“Chris and Leanne both bring decades of engine acquisition, leasing and trading experience to our organization,” said Mark Fabian, Sr. Vice President of ATG. “There are few individuals that possess the depth of industry knowledge that Chris and Leanne have amassed throughout their careers. We are very pleased to welcome them to our team and are confident in their ability to support our existing customers and develop new partnerships with airlines, lessors, financial institutions and MROs in the EMEA region,” he added.
About GA Telesis Asset Transaction Group (ATG)
GA Telesis ATG is a leader in aircraft and jet engine leasing, financing, asset management and trading. Through direct acquisition, sale/leaseback and portfolio acquisition from airlines, OEMs and financial institutions, ATG manages and transacts over 100 transactions annually. With billions of dollars in transactions completed, the group’s primary asset portfolio includes aircraft manufactured by Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer aircraft as well as CFM International, General Electric, International Aero Engines, Pratt & Whitney, and Rolls-Royce jet engines.
About GA Telesis
GA Telesis is the global provider of integrated aviation solutions serving the aviation and aerospace industries. The Company helps its customers achieve higher levels of performance by creating custom-tailored, multi-faceted solutions integrating its financial asset structuring expertise with component supply chain solutions, jet engine, aircraft systems and aerostructures MRO services. Considered a pioneer in the sector, GA Telesis serves over 2,000 customers on six continents supporting all Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer aircraft as well as CFM International, General Electric, International Aero Engines, Pratt & Whitney, and Rolls-Royce jet engines.