Titan Aviation Holdings appoints SVP and CCO

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Titan Aviation Holdings, a subsidiary of Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, has appointed Eamonn Forbes into the role of senior vice president (SVP) and chief commercial officer (CCO) of Titan Asset Management Ireland Limited.

Forbes joins Titan with more than 15 years of aviation leasing, legal and finance experience. Most recently, he served as chief commercial officer at FPG Amentum. Prior to that, he has held senior positions at SMBC Aviation Capital and Goshawk.

In his new role, Forbes will lead the global sales and marketing activities for Titan and will be based in Dublin, Ireland. He will also report directly to Michael Steen, president and chief executive of Titan Aviation Holdings, and chief commercial officer of Atlas Air Worldwide. 

Steen commented: “We are delighted that Forbes will be joining our team as we continue to expand Titan’s portfolio and global footprint.

“With his strong experience and track record in the aviation leasing industry, Eamonn is perfectly positioned to lead our global sales and marketing activities, as we further leverage our strategic joint venture with Bain Capital Credit.”

Forbes added: “I am thrilled to join the Titan team at this important stage of growth and development. I look forward to working with the team to leverage the strength of the Atlas Air Worldwide companies, while further building the strategic joint venture with Bain Capital Credit.”

Forbes holds a Bachelor of Civil Law Degree (BCL) from the University College Cork and a Master’s in business administration from the University College Dublin. 

He also serves on the advisory board of Lift, a non-profit organization promoting values leadership.

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