由获ISTAT认证的专家提供屡获殊荣的航空估值服务

IBA的认证高级评估师团队是业内规模最大的团队之一,他们与全球航空和金融部门的客户合作,就广泛而复杂的资产评估要求提供独立的建议。从战略性机队选择、交易尽职调查、资产担保证券(ABS)投资组合评估和运营决策的制定,到年度投资组合和融资合规性监控,我们能为您提供全方位的服务。

广受认可:IBA在2012、2018、2020、2021和2022年被多次评为年度最佳评估机构。我们明白并理解客户的估值需求可能很复杂,通常需要我们随时关注,并且可能因某些特殊事件的发生而突然变化。

2022

当选 2022 年度评估机构

90%

IBA 参与了 90% 的 ABS 结构设计

4,500+

2019 年交易和投资组合估值次数

35+

35 年以上的估值与维修数据

准确、公正地对各种航空资产进行估值

专业估值能力与商业和行业知识的强劲组合,使我们的员工脱颖而出。通过访问IBA Insight独特的历史记录和最新的航空信息,可确保资产基本价值的透明度。只需轻触按键,您就可以对单个资产和汇总资产进行公正、灵活的估值。航空资产评估是一项专业度极高的工作,需要深入了解全球市场。即使遭受当地或国际政治、经济、公共卫生或环境动荡的影响,我们的判断也不会偏离正轨。我们的合作将以独立的数据和丰富、全面的经验为基础,以确保您高枕无忧。

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估值定义随外部环境而有所不同。在蓬勃、稳定的市场中,资产价值将不同于在低迷市场中或减价出售情形下的资产价值。我们的专家针对不同情况确定估值定义,并与客户合作,在以下专业领域提供可靠的评估和建议:

 

Asset Expertise includes:

我们的信息平台IBA Insight可提供广泛的最新数据和历史估值数据。您将了解实时的全球市场机遇、飞机流动性(按类别、型号和地区划分)、航班和利用率以及风险状况。

IBA's Helicopter Update: The Outlook
网络研讨会16May 2024

IBA's Helicopter Update: The Outlook

This webinar, led by IBA’s Kane Ray, Head of General Aviation and Aftermarket, and Rami Abdel Aziz, Manager - Helicopters, covered various aspects of the helicopter market, including finance and leasing, a global market review, EMS and offshore market outlook, and the latest helicopter values and lease rate performance.   Summary The session covered  growth opportunities in the helicopter weight segments, the trend towards multi-role helicopters, and the impact of supply chain issues and escalating costs on the heavy helicopter segment. IBA were also questioned on the potential impact of Advanced Air Mobility Technologies on the helicopter market. The webinar concluded with a Q&A, addressing questions about the differences between the helicopter and commercial aircraft leasing markets, the low leasing proportion of the helicopter market, and the standards of different helicopter segments, notably in the Medium and Super-medium helicopter weight categories.   Presenters Kane Ray, Head of General Aviation and Aftermarket, IBA Rami Abdel Aziz, Manager - Helicopters, IBA   Watch on-demand   Key Takeaways Helicopter Leasing Market Growth:The helicopter leasing market has grown from a 8-9% leased fleet to nearly 11% in recent years, with expectations to reach 15% by the end of the decade. This growth is driven by operators choosing to finance and lease their helicopters rather than purchasing them outright. Regional EMS Helicopter Demand: The demand for EMS helicopters varies by region, with North America leading the way caused by hospital and private sector needs, while in Europe, demand is driven by governmental public sector needs. Demand in  Asia is a hot topic due to continuing finance and investment opportunities. Offshore Market Challenges: The offshore oil and gas market is a significant segment for helicopter lessors. Safety requirements for helicopters serving this market are driving new orders. However, the market is also facing significant supply chain constraints and escalating costs due to high demand and shortages of essential components. Air Mobility Technology Impact: Advanced Air Mobility Technologies are expected to impact the Ultra-light helicopter segment in the coming decades. However, the impact on the helicopter market presently remains minimal. Helicopter Market Value Stability: The market value outlook for helicopters remains stable through 2025 due to factors such as sustained demand, constrained capacity, high inflation and interest rates, and ongoing supply chain issues. One improvement is that heavy helicopters still trail base values, and IBA continue to forecast a closing of this gap.   "Helicopter fleet growth is expected to outpace retirements, driven by sustained demand, constrained capacity, and high inflation and interest rates. However, the market growth remains dependent on the utilisation of existing helicopters, stabilisation of high inflation and interest rates, and to an extent, the price of oil.   The leasing proportion of the helicopter market is growing, with the percentage of leased to owned helicopters surpassing 10% and nearing 11%. We anticipate this to reach 15% by the end of the decade."

IBA's Engines Explained: The Outlook
网络研讨会18Apr 2024

IBA's Engines Explained: The Outlook

This webinar, moderated by Mike Yeomans, and featuring Kane Ray and Jamie Davey, discusses the latest trends in the aviation engine market, highlighting the impacts of increased demand for air travel and OEM/MRO supply chain bottlenecks on aircraft engine values.   Summary Much like the aircraft they power, the trend is for spare engines with existing leases to be extended due to the service extension of current-generation aircraft, increased shop visit demand, new-generation engine quality issues, and a lack of spare parts.   These challenges have caused rises in market values and lease rates with IBA identifying evolving trends for supporting future rises. One of these trends is the expected demand for engine shop visits in the coming years. Lease rates have largely recovered to pre-COVID levels, with the CFM56-7B engine and the V2500-A5 engine families being notable movers. The panellists also discussed the shift in the trading market, the wide-body market, new-generation engine values, and the regional market.   Speakers Mike Yeomans, Director - Valuations and Consulting, IBA Kane Ray, Head of General Aviation and Aftermarket, IBA Jamie Davey, Manager - Engines & Parts, IBA   Key Takeaways Aviation Engine Demand Surge: The aviation engine market is experiencing a surge in demand due to increased air travel and the impact of COVID-19, leading to a rise in lease extensions due to a lack of engine supply. Engine Supply Shortage Factors: Factors such as increased shop visit demand, new generation engine quality issues, and a lack of spare parts in the MRO world are causing a shortage in engine supply. Increasing Market Values: Despite the challenges, market values are increasing due to the lack of supply, with even slower-to-recover segments such as the widebody market now experiencing demand, i.e. the General Electric GE90-115B powering the Boeing 777-300ER. Rising Engine Shop Visits: Engine shop visit demand is on the rise, with the narrowbody fleet expected to see further increases in the upcoming years. Recovered Lease Rates: Lease rates have recovered to pre-COVID levels for many engine variants, with engines like the CFM56-7B and the V2500-A5 seeing lease rate increases. Mature Engine Demand Increase: In both narrowbody and widebody markets, service extensions for mature aircraft have led to some significant increases in market values. This is most evident for mature engine variants with existing passenger fleets. Turboprop Engines Demand: The regional market is experiencing an increase in demand for turboprop engines, impacting market values and lease rates, with operators trying to find lift wherever possible.   "The (engine) leasing market is currently experiencing a lot of lease extensions due to a lack of engine supply, particularly for current generation engines. This lack of supply is being caused by factors such as increased shop visit demand, new-generation engine quality issues, and a lack of spare parts in the MRO world. Despite these challenges, market values are increasing due to the lack of supply.”       Watch On-demand   Click here

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