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ISTAT Learning Lab: Airline & Leasing Landscape in China - During and After the Pandemic
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Start Date:
1 December 2020

Start Time:
9:00 NEW YORK | 14:00 DUBLIN | 22:00 SINGAPORE

Duration:
75 minutes

Abstract:
Join us for a comprehensive overview of the international and domestic air traffic and capacity patterns in China so far in 2020. Pressing questions to be addressed include: How did Chinese airlines deal with the shortfall in revenues and manage liquidity during the crisis? Is a high degree of state ownership and coordination by the Civil Aviation Administration of China a better way to deal with a crisis like COVID-19 than a free market system where airlines are more prone to fail and restructure? What are the implications of COVID-19 on Chinese leasing companies?

Dec 1, 2020 09:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Li Liu
Executive Vice President, Greater China @GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS)
Li Liu is Executive Vice President, Greater China for GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS), the $41 billion commercial aircraft financing and leasing unit of GE. Li joined GECAS in 1994 through GE’s acquisition of Polaris Aircraft Leasing Company and GPA. Li began her career in the aviation industry upon graduation from college, when she joined the Civil Aviation Administration of China (“CAAC”) in Beijing. She later joined San Francisco based Polaris Aircraft Leasing Company as Marketing Director, responsible for selling and marketing Polaris’ products within Asia. After the consolidation of GECAS, Polaris, and GPA in 1994, Li became Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Asia and was promoted in 1998 to Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing. Li relocated to Hong Kong in 2000 to spearhead GECAS’ Greater China operation. She was promoted in 2009 GECAS Executive Vice President. For the last decade, Li has grown the GECAS business in China to around $8B in assets at its peak.