While the present situation of the Indian Aviation Industry is already in blues, the Government has allowed 49% Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to fund the dwindling aviation industry. The hopes are high, the industry, market and lobbies at the international level have given thumbs up and cheers.
We understand the financial and operational drivers of the transport sector and can assist our firms' clients in dealing with current and emerging issues such as market consolidation, deregulation, public private partnerships and financing.
Our team work regularly to share best practice and industry developments for the benefit of our clients.
We provide strategic guidance to our industry members in structuring its integration programme. This includes the overall approach, governance structure etc.
We prepare a comprehensive communication plan for external customers, suppliers and stakeholders. This includes the communication plan with trade unions, client’s staff and others.
We assess business and network plans and their impact on cash and liquidity and provide negotiating tools for use with shareholders, lenders and national regulators.
We also keep a check on issues related to fuel consumption.
We suggest to our clients operational and financial improvements they can make in this industry.
Member firms use our professionals’ knowledge and expertise, combined with a wide range of technical skills, to help them achieve the best possible outcome.
We provide a way of measuring the actual risk of the jet fuel exposure and the corresponding hedges and to enable the client to examine the risk as well as the cost of alternative hedging strategies in different market situations.