Global Jet Capital, a world leader in financial solutions for private aircraft, has announced the appointment of Jeremy Dials as Vice President Sales, South Central US.
He will cover an area taking in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. As Texas has the largest business aircraft fleet of any state, and in fact is larger than any single country outside the US, this region is a crucial one for any business aviation company.
Jeremy has more than 15 years’ experience in the equipment finance industry and was most recently Vice-President at GE Capital Healthcare Financial Services. In this role, he was commended as a top performer for six consecutive years.
Jeremy will report to Steve Day, Global Jet Capital’s Head of Sales – North, Central and South America. Day said: “Jeremy has an excellent track record in delivering growth in sectors dealing with the financing of complex, high value assets, which is a perfect fit for Global Jet Capital. He will be a valuable addition to the team covering one of our most important regional markets in the entire world.”
Prior to his role at GE Capital Healthcare Financial Services, Jeremy was Regional Vice President at TCF Equipment Finance and Vice President – Specialty Finance at GE Capital Solutions.
Jeremy Dials said: “I am enthusiastic about joining Global Jet Capital because of the team’s industry experience and domain expertise. The company’s focus on ensuring it provides value added services to customers to help them meet their operational and financial goals was a major attraction to me. I look forward to providing customers with access to Global Jet Capital’s range of financial solutions.”
Jeremy began his career as a Tax Associate at KPMG having earned a BS in Accounting from Indiana University. He completed an MBA at Cornell University last year.
Global Jet Capital is capitalized by three global investment firms – GSO Capital Partners, a Blackstone company in partnership with Franklin Square Capital Partners*; The Carlyle Group; and AE Industrial Partners. In January 2016, Global Jet Capital completed the purchase of GE’s corporate aircraft lease and loan book in the Americas.
Global Jet Capital currently has approximately $2.5 billion in assets under management.