Dublin, Ireland (18 January 2024) Aergo Capital and Acumen Aviation proudly announce a dynamic collaboration aimed at elevating the scope of aviation asset and investment management services for our esteemed investor base.

This strategic partnership capitalizes on the extensive knowledge and decades of experience inherent in both organizations, presenting a holistic and more thorough and comprehensive approach to aviation investments. With Aergo successfully expanding its managed portfolio to over 160 aircraft since 2021 and Acumen overseeing 24 assets in lease administration, in addition to managing over 1850 assets through its software services, this collaboration promises an unprecedented level of expertise and practical ‘know how’. The synergies between Aergo and Acumen will yield a pioneering and unparalleled amalgamation of commercial, digital, and technical asset management services. The goal is to optimize returns, enhance portfolio composition, fortify corporate governance, and refine reporting mechanisms, addressing the dynamic challenges posed by the aviation industry.

Central to this strategy is the fusion of complementary yet distinct skills and expertise, tailored to create bespoke investment strategies in aviation. The primary objective is to enhance risk-adjusted returns, ensuring that investors can be confident in an ever-evolving environment. 

Both David Power , Executive Chairman , Aergo Asset Management and Alok Anand Chairman and CEO Acumen welcomed the Collaboration while noting that it is the first such dedicated offering as between a Technical Services Asset Manager and an Aircraft Lessor Asset Manager and is particularly important given current supply chain issues , MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) capacity issues and general capacity constraints throughout the industry.

Fred Browne, CEO Aergo welcomed this initiative saying "With the rapid growth of our Asset Management business, this is a very important milestone for Aergo. We aim to be 'best in class' with the widest service offering."