The ACA Team
When clients choose ACA, they work with knowledgeable, senior professionals that understand both current industry conditions and their historical context. This ensures that clients receive specialized insights that will help them solve today's problems as well as preparing effectively for the future.

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Edmund S. Greenslet
Edmund S. Greenslet
Vice Chairman
P.O. Box 1781
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32004
Telephone
(904)249-4215
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(904)249-5893
Email
After spending 23 years as a security analyst following the airline and aerospace industries for several firms on Wall Street, Mr. Greenslet retired from Merrill Lynch to set up his own company, ESG Aviation Services, to publish The Airline Monitor. In addition, Mr. Greenslet was a founder of ACA, through which he provides consulting and expert witness advice.

He is widely regarded as the pre-eminent independent airline industry forecaster. His clients find his work to be an indispensable supplement to the output provided by other security analysts, aircraft appraisers, and the mainframe manufacturers. His forecasts are used by the U.S. Department of Transportation, and the Transportation Research Council, among others.

Mr. Greenslet's client list includes aerospace companies, governmental authorities, and domestic and foreign financial institutions for which he provides strategic planning advice, industry studies, and financial analysis. In addition, he has been used as an expert witness by an equally broad array of clients. Moreover, his knowledge of the financial dynamics of the industry was recognized by the United States Congress, which appointed him as the only non-technical representative to the Committee on Technology Assessment, which was charged with evaluating the Federal Aviation Administration's use of new technology.

Mr. Greenslet is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a member of the A.I.A.A., the Airline Analysts Society, and the Society of Aerospace Analysts. He has been a member of Institutional Investor magazine's "All American Research Team," having been named to it twelve times for his airline work and five times for aerospace work. Mr. Greenslet is a past member of the Board of Directors of PK Airfinance and is a past member of the Board of Directors of ISTAT, the professional aircraft appraisers association. He has contributed numerous articles to industry publications and is a regular speaker at industry forums.
Edmund S. Greenslet
Edmund S. Greenslet
Vice Chairman
P.O. Box 1781
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32004
Telephone
(904)249-4215
Facsimile
(904)249-5893
Email
Mr. Greenslet is recognized as one of the industry's preeminent authorities on aircraft. His bi- annual aircraft and engine forecast is considered to be indispensible. He is the publisher of The Airline Monitor, a monthly journal of statistics, analysis, and commentary on the commercial air transport industry. Mr. Greenslet is a co-founder of ACA Associates, through which he provides consulting and expert witness advice.

Mr. Greenslet's fleet forecasts are utilized by the FAA to both formulate environmental policy and provide baseline data for the evaluation of that policy. This FAA report provides the government with a twenty year forecast that includes demand for both cargo and passenger traffic by airline and information about how that demand will be met by aircraft and engine type. This information covers all the airlines, domestic and international, that serve the United States. Mr. Greenslet's client list includes airlines, manufacturers, suppliers, and financial institutions. His clients find his work to be an indispensable supplement to the output provided by other security analysts, aircraft appraisers, and the airframe and engine manufacturers.

His extensive knowledge of the financial dynamics of the industry has also been recognized by the United States Congress, which appointed him as the only non-technical representative to the Committee on Technology Assessment, a group that was charged with evaluating the Federal Aviation Administration's use of new technology.

Mr. Greenslet is a Chartered Financial Analyst and is a member of the A.I.A.A., the Airline Analysts Society, and the Society of Aerospace Analysts. Mr. Greenslet served on the Board of Directors of Credit Lyonnais/PK Airfinance until that company was sold to GECAS and is a past member of the Board of Directors of the International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading (ISTAT), the professional aircraft appraisers association. He contributes numerous articles to industry publications and is a regular speaker at industry conferences.

Mr. Greenslet is a graduate of the University of Denver and did graduate work in economics at Stanford University.