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Mounir Kuzbari joins Novus Aviation Executive Committee

Novus Aviation announced that Mounir Kuzbari has joined its Executive Committee, effective July 2011. 

“Mounir joins us after almost 10 years with a leading aviation finance house. He brings a wealth of experience and fresh ideas to the team, which will further strengthen the development of our platform,” said Safwan Kuzbari, President and CEO. 

“We are currently working on a few key initiatives including the expansion of our equity network and the transactional side of the business,” said Safwan Kuzbari. 

Mounir Kuzbari was formerly Senior Vice President with DVB Bank in New York and has recently joined the Board of Directors of Starbow, a regional airline based in West Africa where he will be assisting the carrier during the start-up phase. 

About Novus Aviation 

Novus Aviation is a privately held and independent aircraft leasing company with its roots dating back to 1973. Novus operates out of its Geneva office with a regional presence in the Middle East. Since 1997, Novus structured and sponsored several aviation leasing funds including the first Sharia compliant investment leasing product sold to GCC investors. The current portfolio under management is $1bn consisting of 25 aircraft. Novus Aviation has extensive global experience in trading, leasing, financing, managing and remarketing of commercial jet aircraft. 

For more information about Novus Aviation, go to www.novus.aero

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