In just the past decade, ICF has managed more than $1 billion in aviation assets and sold aircraft for corporations, governments, airlines, VIPs, and heads of state. As the largest aircraft management advisor to the financial community, ICF provides guidance to banks, private equity firms, hedge funds, high-net-worth individuals, receivers, and other investors.
ICF delivers comprehensive aircraft management services, including:
Aircraft and their parts are highly regulated, expensive assets that require detailed understanding and specialized experience to meet the challenges of domestic and international regulation, certification, and registration. ICF's multidisciplinary teams of experts bring the benefit of experience in all aspects of the aviation industry. Through our many aircraft management engagements for clients worldwide, we've also developed a keen understanding of the importance of confidentiality, discretion, cultural nuances, and security.
Stuart Rubin specializes in asset valuation, aircraft market research, asset management, and lease analysis. He has extensive experience in valuing tangible assets and performing market analysis and financial modeling, and he works closely with clients to provide asset valuations (aircraft, engines, and parts), due diligence/transaction support and related market and financial analysis, aircraft program management, aircraft remarketing, and sourcing.