IBA wins the cfi 2017 Best Aviation Advisory Firm UK Award


IBA, a leading independent aviation consultancy, has received the Capital Finance International Award for Best Aviation Advisory Firm UK 2017.


The CFI.co judges said that IBA “has established a solid reputation and earned the trust of the industry’s major players thanks to its seasoned team of aviation professionals.” The judging panel praised IBA’s vast proprietary fleet and value databases, which enable the Company to “consistently deliver intelligence that adds value and promotes the sustainability of operations across the industry.”


Phil Seymour, CEO – IBA, commented: “We are delighted to be formally recognised in this way, reinforcing our belief that our service and commitment to our clients is second to none. With the aviation sector continuing to grow and air travel forecast to double over the next year, IBA’s services are more important than ever. Being the only consultancy to provide valuations expertise, asset management, and advisory services on investments and operations, we are in a unique position to advise the industry.”


The CFI.co judging panel commented that that “with Boeing and Airbus predicting a global skyline navigated by some ten thousand airlines, the need for independent data-based consultancy services is set to increase significantly. IBA is well poised to benefit from this surge in demand. The judges are pleased to offer IBA the 2017 Best Aviation Advisory Firm United Kingdom Award.”


CFI.co is a print journal and online resource reporting on business, economics, and finance. The CFI.co awards programme seeks out individuals and organisations that contribute significantly to the convergence of economies and add value for all stakeholders, rewarding excellence aiming to inspire others to improve performance.


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