PwC adds to aviation practice
Consultancy firm PwC has announced a number of senior appointments to its Aviation Finance Advisory Services (AFAS) practice in Ireland.
Both Timothy Loy and Stephanie Sanford have been appointed as directors.
Mr Loy has over 35 years of experience in transportation finance, while Ms Sanford has over 20 years of experience in commercial aviation, specialising in the area of aircraft finance and leasing.
Meanwhile, Bryson Monteleone is also working with PwC's aviation finance team as a senior adviser.
Similar to Mr Loy and Ms Sanford, Mr Monteleone is bringing over 20 years' experience in the commercial aviation industry to the role,
Mr Monteleone specialises in aircraft appraisal and valuations.
"These highly-experienced aviation finance specialists boost PwC Ireland's 360° unique service capability to deliver on a market need and to continue to support this important growth industry," Rachel Frye, PwC Ireland AFAS Leader, said.
"Combining the depth and breadth of our subject-matter experts together with the extensive PwC global network, we are able to support the aviation industry at all levels from a strategic, financial, operational and technical perspective."
PwC Ireland's AFAS practice was launched in January this year in a move to further develop PwC Ireland's offering within the aviation finance and aircraft leasing industry, which is worth trillions of dollars.