Gulf Aviation Academy & Euromoney Learning now offer logistic finance training

By March 3, 20192018

Muharraq, Bahrain: Gulf Aviation Academy (GAA), the Kingdom’s premier Aviation and Logistics training academy, announced the signing of a training agreement with Euromoney Learning, a division of Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC, that will offer aviation and logistics finance courses starting with the “Euromoney Aircraft Finance and Leasing Programme” being the main program to be rolled out in January 2019.

The signing of the agreement took place between Stan Mereutsa – Head of Business Development, Euromoney Learning and Mr. Husain Bushehri, Manager – Quality Assurance, Mr. Binu Thomas, Manager – Finance and Accounts and Mr. Ammar Al Rayes, Business Development Manager at GAA. According to the stipulations of the Agreement, the Euromoney courses offered will be conducted at the GAA Headquarters for clients in need of world-class industry-specific finance programs here in the Kingdom of Bahrain and the wider GCC and MENA region.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Mereutsa said: “Euromoney Learning is delighted to announce officially our partnership with GAA to run Aircraft Finance and Leasing training programme in Bahrain. The training will be conducted by a current practitioner at one of the leading law firms globally specializing in Aviation Industry. He has won numerous awards, including being voted one of the top 20 aviation lawyers in the world by the Best of the Best Guide and one of the Hot 100 lawyers in the United Kingdom.”

Speaking on behalf of GAA, Mr. Al Rayes said: “We are very proud to have this partnership added to our diversified product portfolio and confident that this will help to achieve our vision of providing our clients with a differentiated range of products from a leading global training provider. This is a direct result of our new Business Development strategy within the Logistics Training segment and we are working hard towards ensuring that our products match and exceed our clients’ needs and expectations.”

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