LCI promotes Terri Foley as COO and General Counsel
LCI, Dublin-headquartered Aviation lessor has upheld Terri Foley to chief operating officer (COO) and general counsel.
An English-qualified solicitor, Ms Foley began her career with Dentons in London before joining LCI as General Counsel in 2008.
Both as a legal advisor and a commercial manager, she has experience in aviation leasing, financing and investing. She is based in Dublin.
Ms Foley is part of the executive team wherein she is responsible for LCI's major transactions from a legal, tax, compliance and structuring standpoint along with the company's HR and corporate expansion activities worldwide.
Ms Foley's new role will emphasise on enhanced efficiencies and strategic enterprises to support its continued growth. She will also be responsible for global operational management of the company.
She will continue as general counsel and will focus on legal strategy and process, supported by a legal team.
According to Jaspal Jandu, CEO of LCI, Terri is a remarkable strength to LCI and she deserves this promotion thoroughly. As a leader and a mentor, she has worked diligently, hence will play an essential part of LCI's growth right across the aviation sector. "We are happy to have someone like her as our COO and general counsel with such strong experience, know-how and creativity."
"LCI is going through an exciting period of growth. Hence I greet the encounters and prospects which lie forward. The strength and accessibility of our leasing, supporting and investing platform is essential for that growth," added Ms Foley. "I look ahead to work with our team, hence continue the company's development, along with organising it to help, meet our ambitious growth and sustainability goals."
LCI maintains a growing, sustainable, and future-focused fleet of young, modern aircraft. These are leased to major operators around the world and are deployed on mission critical and socially responsible sectors such as emergency medical services (EMS), search and rescue (SAR) and offshore wind.