NEXA Advisors President Michael Dyment pointed to findings in his recent study of companies using business aviation to challenge an online Forbes magazine editorial calling into question GM's renewed use of business aviation.
According to Mr. Dyment
"There are many, many factual examples where business aviation today is most successfully used to grow shareholder value by the top-performing companies in the United States and elsewhere
Study Shows GM's Use Of Business Aircraft Could Actually Improve Shareholder Value
Jan 15, 2013
NEXA Advisors President Michael Dyment joined NBAA's Ed Bolen in expressing his concern regarding an online Forbes magazine editorial calling into question GM's renewed use of business aviation.
was critical of reporting that perpetuates misperceptions about business aviation, rather than realities.
pointed to a recent NEXA Study stating,"Our analysis of the key financial metrics found that business aviation users weathered the Great Recession of 2008 far better than non-users.
Business Jet Traveler speaks with Michael Dyment of NEXA Capital Advisors, who produced "Business Aviation: An Enterprise Value Perspective" for No Plane No Gain.
The evidence, Dyment
explains, points to one conclusion: Corporate aviation "provides a unique competitive benefit to America's businesses, manifesting in higher shareholder and enterprise value."