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March 5, 2018

SportsGen: The Cost of Bad Weather

Streamline Expense Management and Access Key Cost Drivers on Demand The fixture lists for both the football and rugby clubs in the UK and Ireland this […]
February 14, 2018

Preparing For Unpredictable Performance

Planning and forecasting for every outcome will prepare you for all eventualities Before the start of any season your club will set out clear predefined objectives. […]
February 9, 2018
aircraft leasing

Potential Shakeout for Aircraft Leasing, Adaptive Insights Recognised as Software Leader

In a recent interview, AerCap CEO Aengus Kelly has revealed his thoughts on a potential shakeout for the aircraft leasing industry, due to the aftershock of […]
February 7, 2018

Last Minute Winner – The Financial Impact

Plan for a last minute winner so that you can reap all the financial rewards Success in sports cannot be guaranteed. We seen the dramatic ending […]
February 5, 2018
Financial reporting

Financial Reporting Playbook

Adaptive Insights VP of UKI & Nordics, Rob Douglas, recently shared his insights on how forward-focused companies can optimise their financial reporting. Many businesses are aware […]
February 2, 2018
FP&A Best Practice

Sharing FP&A best Practices.

There’s a quiet revolution occurring in FP&A. Finance professionals are ditching their back-office stereotypes. They are collaborating more, generating faster, more relevant insights, and playing a […]
January 26, 2018

Contesting for Major Sporting Events – The Finance Playbook

Financial return on major sporting events is as important as ever The competition begins when host bidding for sporting centrepieces such as the Olympics, FIFA World […]
January 16, 2018

Maximising Matchday Revenue

  Finding the balance between attendance & match-day profits   Expanding revenue is essential for any sporting organization. Your stadium offers significant potential to elevate your […]
January 9, 2018

Buy or Sell: The January Dilemma

Make informed decisions based on real data this January   For football clubs the January transfer window brings huge uncertainty, faced with the dilemma of whether […]
January 5, 2018
aircraft leasing

2018 landscape for shipping, China Aircraft Leasing expansion and Adaptive Insights meet major milestones

Environment regulations will dominate shipping in 2018, according to Angus Frew, secretary-general of global shipowning body BIMCO. Both greenhouse gas emissions and the inevitable sulphur cap […]

Enabling progressive organisations to increase their competitive edge

November 20, 2017
aircraft leasing

Emirates-Airbus deal unravels, Qatar increases routes and First Class fades

Drama unfolded at the Dubai Air Show last week, when instead of formally announcing a follow-on contract with Airbus, Emirates proceeded to award a $15 billion […]
November 10, 2017
aircraft leasing

Surf Air assists “Brexpats”, CFOs move towards data and Dublin becomes a hub for Chinese leasing

As China’s aviation sector expands rapidly, Dublin is emerging as a major hub for Beijing’s growing ambitions in the aircraft leasing market.  Eighteen groups from the […]
November 3, 2017
aircraft leasing

Pound takes a tumble, China makes waves in shipping and Finnair bring out the scales

The pound suffered yesterday (Thursday 2nd November 2017) after the Bank of England announced an interest hike of 50% for the first time in a decade. […]
October 27, 2017
aircraft leasing

Aercap’s pay buzz, Stobart’s reshuffle and Ireland’s unwavering leasing success

162 staff at Aercap Ireland Ltd, one of the country’s largest aircraft leasing companies, shared a monumental pay pot of €47m last year. The pay consisted […]
October 20, 2017
aircraft leasing

Wizz Air seek security, CFOs shift towards the cloud and Flybe struggle to compete

Wizz Air have become the latest airline to take steps in guaranteeing its continuity in a post-Brexit UK. The Hungarian airline have applied for an Air […]
October 13, 2017
aircraft leasing

BAE’s bold move, CEOs’ time optimisation and Adaptive Insights still in the lead

New CEO of British Aerospace, Charles Woodburn, has made his presence felt with a bold move to drive efficiencies at the defence and aerospace group. The […]