Magi Aviation Capital (Magi) has opened a regional office in Doha, Qatar. Magi Aircraft Management ME LLC is a Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) registered company and will be the focal point for Magi’s origination and aircraft management activities in Qatar and the region. The office will also focus on the development of aircraft finance and leasing expertise in Qatar, working alongside the QFC and other local partners.
This is an exciting step for Magi as we continue to develop our long-standing relationships in Qatar, including the airline, banking and other partners. We are delighted to have this opportunity of working with all our partners and to make a significant contribution towards facilitating growth and opportunities in the local aircraft financing and leasing infrastructure.
Sean Cleghorn, CEO of Magi
Magi and its partners have been working together for some time on the establishment of the office and we are proud to be a pioneer in the aircraft finance hub and the long-term benefits that it will bring to Qatar.
Neil Lewis, COO of Magi and Senior Executive for Magi Aircraft Management ME LLC
We are delighted that Magi has decided to set up the base for its local and regional activities at the QFC here in Qatar. This is a significant step in the development of this specialist global sector in Doha and the long-term goal of a local centre of excellence and opportunities
Henk Hoogendoorn, Managing Director of Financial Sector Office, QFC
Magi Aviation Capital is an independent aircraft finance specialist and aircraft asset manager. We originate, structure and manage high value aircraft finance and leasing transactions, and offer comprehensive aircraft technical & remarketing service capabilities in a fully-integrated platform.
Our team draws upon many decades of experience across the full spectrum of aviation finance, including leasing & lease management, structured finance, airline management, law and engineering.
Magi has closed innovative transactions for debt, finance leases and operating leases totalling over US$2.3bn including B777, A380 and A330 aircraft. For more information, please go to magi.aero.
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