What does Brian Foley Do?

captain dad

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Just ran across this. Thought you XJ guys would find it interesting.

U.S. To Lead Bizav Out of Slump
[FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]The U.S. will lead the recovery of the currently ailing business aviation industry, according to Sparta, N.J.-based consulting firm Brian Foley Associates. “This is good news since this region has always been the industry’s biggest market, accounting for 64 percent of the active worldwide business jet fleet,” noted company president Brian Foley. The recession and slowdown began in the U.S. in 2007, well before the rest of the world entered the downturn. “As such, a first-in, first-out scenario will occur, with the U.S. recovering before other regions. This will be aided by the sizeable [U.S.] fiscal and monetary stimulus,” he added. International demand, which surged in recent years to more than 50 percent of business aircraft sales and deliveries, will be tempered by a dollar that is now 20 percent higher than a year ago, Foley said. As a result, he believes North America will once again account for more than half of all business aircraft deliveries during the eventual market recovery. However, any industry comeback will require lower used aircraft inventories and higher aircraft utilization, as well as increases in gross domestic product growth, corporate profits, stock market levels and credit availability, according to Foley[/FONT][FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif].[/FONT]

Just kidding it's not the same Brian Foley.

What ever happened to Mr. Foley?
 
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Just ran across this. Thought you XJ guys would find it interesting.

U.S. To Lead Bizav Out of Slump
[FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]The U.S. will lead the recovery of the currently ailing business aviation industry, according to Sparta, N.J.-based consulting firm Brian Foley Associates. “This is good news since this region has always been the industry’s biggest market, accounting for 64 percent of the active worldwide business jet fleet,” noted company president Brian Foley. The recession and slowdown began in the U.S. in 2007, well before the rest of the world entered the downturn. “As such, a first-in, first-out scenario will occur, with the U.S. recovering before other regions. This will be aided by the sizeable [U.S.] fiscal and monetary stimulus,” he added. International demand, which surged in recent years to more than 50 percent of business aircraft sales and deliveries, will be tempered by a dollar that is now 20 percent higher than a year ago, Foley said. As a result, he believes North America will once again account for more than half of all business aircraft deliveries during the eventual market recovery. However, any industry comeback will require lower used aircraft inventories and higher aircraft utilization, as well as increases in gross domestic product growth, corporate profits, stock market levels and credit availability, according to Foley[/FONT][FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif].[/FONT]

Just kidding it's not the same Brian Foley.

What ever happened to Mr. Foley?
Go back to the Non-Aviation section.
 

WMUSIGPI

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<----------------- Read.

Then try again.
 

Simon Says

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Then try again.
LOL, close, give the old XJ guy a break. Breaking ranks from the regional to sit at a posh place as NetJets makes you forget the rough times.
 

Hung Start

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Sorry guys and gals.
Captain Dad is a dopey know-it-all poster over at the Frac Board. He must have excaped from his cage and wandered over here.
We will try to put a bigger chain on him.
Again, our apologies.

Hung
 

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I have worked with Brian Foley on some interesting projects concerning aviation facilities development. He works with angel investors, high-net-worth individuals and is principle in several venture capital companies. He helps to facilitate financing on a broad cross section of aviation related projects and is a generally well informed and level headed guy. I can't say enough positive things about working with him in the past. His firm also does consulting to aviation related companies... he knows his stuff- especially on the high-finance side
 
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