or 4200 Per Month

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International Registry
Breaking New Ground What we have learned
Ten Year Anniversary of Cape Town and the
Aircraft Protocol
Rob Cowan
MD, Aviareto Ltd,
International Registry, Cape Town
Convention and Aircraft Protocol
Agenda
Registrar’s
Role
Success
Factors
Risks
Status
Surprises
Role of the Registrar
Aviareto’s Role
Helpdesk
MSNs
International
Registry
Approval
24/7
Confirm
registration
Security
What Aviareto Doesn’t Do
Provide legal advice or opinions
on any matter relating to the
Convention, Protocol or any
other legal documentation, or on
the legal status of the Registry
Mediate disputes between filing
parties
Provide advice on whether an
interest should be registered
Provide assurances that a
registered interest is factual
Status Update
States where Cape Town is effective
Effective States
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
Registrations by end 2011
295,157
or 4,200 Per Month
Registrations, Discharges and
Amendments
9
Registration Session, Annual Trend
14000
12000
10000
8000
6000
4000
2000
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011 (e)
10
Surprises
Intermediaries Appear
User
Intermediary
Registry
New Dichotomy
RISKS
The Risk of Complacency
Performance
100%
Time
Technology Risks
Risk
Young
Mature
Obsolete
Maturity
IT Management Risks
Expertise
required
Database
Administrator
Actual
Perceived
Success Factors
Success Factors
Governance
Industry &
stakeholder
engagement
Risk
Management
Culture
Shareholder
Objectives
Governance
ICAO
CESAIR
International Registry
Advisory Board (IRAB)
SITA
Independent Security
Reviews - PwC
Irish
Government
Standards
(Quality & Security)
Annual
Customer survey
Insurance cost per million of cover
18
16
$100m
cover
14
12
10
8
6
Reduced
risk
4
2
0
2006
2007
2008
2009 2010
2011
Summary
1. Remember the Objective
1.
To support the effectiveness of the Cape Town Convention and
Aircraft protocol through the efficient operation and
development of the IR
2. Culture
1.
Culture is based on people and stories; how we do things
here. This is an extra defence against problems. Our culture is
1.
2.
3.
4.
Careful, cautious, risk averse
Sense of ownership amongst all staff
Self managed teams allowed and expected to make decisions
Responsive to the industry – aware of the significance of registrations and
potential impact of a problem on the IR
3. Stakeholder Engagement
1.
2.
Continuous engagement with industry
Not sitting in an Ivory Tower making decisions on how we
would like the industry to work
Contact
• [email protected]
• +353 1 809 1462
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