Young Guns – Louis-Jerome Monnier, BNP Paribas

by Global Sky Team

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This is the next in a series of Asian SkyCasts that present the up and coming voices of business aviation in the Asia-Pacific region.

For this episode our CEO Jeffrey C. Lowe speaks with Louis-Jerome Monnier, Executive Director for Jet & Yacht Finance, Asia Pacific, at BNP Paribas.

Main Content


Introduction to Louis-Jerome


The current business environment


Is there much new business at the moment?


How was the fourth quarter of 2021?


Has the current environment changed how you look at deals?


Is technology changing business?


Will 2022 be the same as 2021?


Your most important sales tool?


Do customers require more intel?


What will stay with us after the end of the pandemic, and what won't?


BNP Paribas Louis-Jerome Monnier

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