Guernsey: Ogier Sponsor Guernsey Aviation Seminar
Last Updated: 31 March 2017

One of the leading experts on the Cape Town Convention relating to asset financing and aircraft registry is speaking at an Ogier-sponsored event in Guernsey in May.

Professor Sir Roy Goode QC, a legal academic, is speaking at the Guernsey Aviation Seminar along with Gus Paterson (Director of Civil Aviation), Joost Groenenboom (SGI Aviation, Executive Director) and Crown Advocate Hilary Pullum.

The event takes place on 3 May, and features sessions on the 2-Reg registry, the international Cape Town Convention on standardising transactions involving movable property, and the underlying legal theory.

Ogier partner Christopher Jones, who specialises in asset and aircraft finance, said: "We are particularly pleased to be sponsoring this event and to be welcoming Sir Roy to Guernsey.

"The continuing success of the island's registry, which just last week confirmed that they had reached 200 aircraft registered, shows how successful offshore asset registration can be, and I look forward to hearing from Sir Roy on the Cape Town Convention and its implementation in practice."

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