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BDO: helping clients stay up to speed in the aviation sector

Third-party service providers are playing a crucial role in the success of Ireland’s aviation sector

12th November, 2017
Angela Fleming, director, Tax, BDO and Carol Lynch, partner, BDO Customs & International Trade Service Picture: Maura Hickey

As competition intensifies in the global aviation finance and leasing sector, Ireland continues to benefit from its reputation as a centre of excellence in the industry, due in no small part to the crucial support services provided by professional service firms here.

“One of the key challenges facing the aviation financing and leasing industry in Ireland in recent years is the influx of new competitors, particularly Chinese investors looking to diversify their portfolios and access...

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