Senior Appointments @ Jackson Square Aviation

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 18 June 2010

Jackson Square Aviation has hired Chris Dailey to establish the firm's first European office, and Shannon Ackert to lead the firm's technical analysis and contract development efforts out of Jackson Square's San Francisco headquarters.

"Chris and Shannon are welcome additions to the Jackson Square team of professionals," said Rich Wiley, Jackson Square's President and CEO. "We are aggressively building out a portfolio of modern aircraft leases with our global customer base, and their unique skill sets complement our business well. We're also excited to broaden our international reach by opening a London office."

Chris Dailey joins Jackson Square from Simat, Helliesen and Eichner, Inc., where he ran the firm's London office and led hundreds of consulting assignments for SH&E's airline, lessor, and institutional investor clients. He will lead Jackson Square's European, Middle East and African marketing efforts, with an emphasis on financing new deliveries throughout those regions.

Shannon Ackert provides Jackson Square with over twenty years of experience in fleet planning, technical analysis and transaction execution. He joins from Macquarie Airfinance, where he served as a Vice President of Marketing and Investment Analysis, and previously held positions at GATX Financial, United Technologies, United Airlines and McDonnell Douglas.

 Jackson Square Aviation is a full-service aircraft leasing company based in San Francisco with offices in Seattle, London, Miami, and Buenos Aires.

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