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GA Telesis Appoints Alvin Khoo as Senior Vice President & Chief Investment Officer

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GA Telesis Appoints Alvin Khoo as Senior Vice President & Chief Investment Officer

GA Telesis Appoints Alvin Khoo as Senior Vice President & Chief Investment Officer

FORT LAUDERADALE, Fla,--(BUSINESS WIRE)--GA Telesis has announced the appointment of Alvin Khoo as Sr. Vice President and Chief Investment Officer. Reporting to the CEO, Alvin will oversee financial planning and analysis for all global operations as well as corporate development, mergers and acquisitions, acquisition integration, managing and developing additional banking, and capital markets relationships and other strategic projects. His appointment is effective as of February.

“He will be instrumental in the execution of our exponential growth strategy”

“Alvin brings an incredible breadth of corporate development, banking, and capital markets experience to GA Telesis,” stated Abdol Moabery, President & CEO of GA Telesis. “He will be instrumental in the execution of our exponential growth strategy,” he added.

Alvin was most recently a Managing Director at SkyWorks Capital leading its corporate finance and restructuring advisory efforts. Prior to SkyWorks Capital, Alvin held various positions at JPMorgan for more than eight years in investment banking where he was responsible for the origination and execution of transactions in the aviation, aerospace, and aircraft leasing sectors. Alvin received his BA from Trinity College in Connecticut.

GA Telesis is a global leader in the commercial aerospace support industry. With sales, distribution and maintenance facilities throughout the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Mexico, and Singapore, GA Telesis specializes in commercial aircraft and jet engine leasing, component maintenance as well as maintaining one of the world's largest replacement aerospace component inventory networks. GA Telesis serves the world’s largest airlines and maintenance organizations with support for Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Douglas and Embraer aircraft and components as well as CFM International, General Electric, Honeywell, International Aero Engine, Pratt & Whitney, and Rolls-Royce turbine jet engines and replacement components.

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