BOC Aviation Names Airline Leasing SVP
Published November 1, 2012
Categories: Personnel Announcements
BOC Aviation said it has appointed Nick Seah as senior vice president, Airline Leasing & Sales, Asia Pacific, with responsibility for leasing and selling aircraft to airlines in Greater China. Based in Singapore, Seah reports to Graham Lees, head of Aircraft Leasing and Sales, Asia Pacific and Middle East.
Seah has 19 years of corporate and investment banking experience in roles that focused on selling financial products and services to a wide variety of multi-national companies including major Chinese corporations. Prior to joining BOC Aviation, Seah was director & cluster head, global banking Singapore at Citibank.
BOC Aviation has a portfolio of 199 owned and managed aircraft operated by airlines worldwide and another 57 aircraft on firm order. The company says it has one of the youngest fleets in the industry with an average owned aircraft age of less than four years. BOC Aviation is 100% owned by Bank of China.