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TrueNoord's CIO to become Vice Chairman of ERA's CFO Group

Posted 13 March 2017 · Add Comment

Angus von Schoenberg, Chief Investment Officer (CIO) for TrueNoord, the regional aircraft leasing company based in Amsterdam and London, has been invited to take on the role of Vice Chairman for the ERA Chief Financial Officers (CFO) Group.

The CFO Group’s remit is to help ERA’s airline members improve their efficiency, performance and financial management through twice yearly exchanges of industry insight and best practice.



Von Schoenberg (above) is a highly experienced aircraft leasing, finance, sales and remarketing professional. He has successfully managed numerous transactions across a wide variety of predominantly regional aircraft types over the past twenty years and is recognised by the aviation finance community worldwide. With his extensive experience of the regional aircraft market and investment processes he looks forward to helping shape the programme moving into 2017 and beyond.

As well as promoting the interests of the intra-European air transport industry, the ERA CFO Group shares meaningful results and achievements from a financial perspective as members seek to sustain and consistently deliver operational excellence. It also looks at new ways to devise, leverage and generate cost reduction initiatives, adding tangible value to ERA membership.
                                                                                                                               
TrueNoord is an aircraft leasing company based in Amsterdam and London. It provides leasing and lease management services to operators and investors in the regional aircraft sector.  TrueNoord was formerly known as GA-Finance, an established aircraft leasing business established in 2002. It changed its name in 2016 to reflect a new direction with investment from Bregal Freshstream.  The Company is solely focused on regional jets and turboprop aircraft. See www.truenoord.com.

European Regions Airline Association (ERA) is a non-profit trade association representing the European aviation industry, founded in 1980.

Since its inception ERA has developed and grown in size and reputation to represent 52 airlines and 144 service providers including airframe and engine manufacturers, airports, suppliers and service providers from all over Europe. By working together ERA member companies have become a well-respected and established voice of the industry. Through its shared knowledge and experience ERA is able to offer its members an invaluable means of helping identify and address common challenges.
                                                  
ERA works on behalf of its members to represent their interests before Europe’s major regulatory bodies. The association also brings members together to exchange information and learn from each other through different events and forums for members to meet. A major role for ERA is to raise the profile and importance of regional air transport to the economic and social development of Europe and this is undertaken through lobbying and communication campaigns.
 

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