Paramount Group

Paramount Group is a world leader in defence and security innovation with an exceptional reputation for developing and delivering integrated solutions for defence, internal security and peacekeeping forces across the world.

The largest privately-owned defence and aerospace business in Africa, it has unique capabilities in land systems, aerospace, naval systems, advanced technologies and electronic systems.

Since its inception in 1994, Paramount Group has established itself as a global innovator with the development of one of the world's most advanced families of armoured combat vehicles, and a revolutionary reconnaissance and surveillance aircraft, the first aerial platform of its kind.

Paramount Group has one of the strongest aerospace offerings in Africa comprising supersonic fighter aircraft solutions, air force establishment, systems integration, avionics, UAVs, sighting and mission sensors. Integrating advanced systems that extend the mission performance and lifespan of fixed wing aircraft, helicopters and unmanned airborne vehicles is a key competence.

The Group also offers the manufacture, maintenance and refurbishment of naval vessels including light strike craft, rapid intervention and off shore patrol vessels at its own facilities.

Paramount Group is a trusted partner of sovereign governments around the world.

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defaiya.com: Paramount CEO Calls for Technology Transfer to UAE

Knowledge eParamount CEO Calls for Technology Transfer to UAExchange and technology transfer between Africa and the UAE is paramount in developing local defence and aerospace capabilities, as discussed during the first panel session on the second day of the Global Aerospace Summit that took place in Abu Dhabi this past week.

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Zawya.com - Collaboration key to defense sector industrialisation in the UAE

9 April 2014, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Knowledge exchange and technology transfer between Africa and the UAE is paramount in developing local defence and aerospace capabilities, as discussed during the first panel session on the second day of the Global Aerospace Summit that took place this week in Abu Dhabi.

Speaking on the panel "Can investment in aviation, aerospace, space and defence industries act as a catalyst for industrialisation", CEOs from BAE Systems, Paramount Group, Raytheon, Northrop Grumman and Thales addressed the drivers needed to boost industrialisation around the globe.

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aafonline.co.za - Paramount Group represents Africa at Global Aerospace Summit

Paramount Group, Africa’s largest privately owned defence and aerospace business will play a key role at the world’s most important gathering of defence, aerospace and aviation leaders in government, military and business at the second Global Aerospace Summit, taking place from 7-8 April in Abu Dhabi.

Ivor Ichikowitz, Paramount Group Founder and Executive Chairman is a key speaker at the Summit and will participate in a panel of top industry leaders including the Presidents and CEOs of Thales, BAE Systems, Northrup Grumman and Raytheon to debate the topic, “Can investment in aviation, aerospace, space and defence industries act as a catalyst for industrialisation.”

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Fighting piracy demands local solutions - Paramount Group

Ghana News Agency.org
Accra, March 19, GNA - Mr James Fisher, Chief Executive Officer of the Paramount Group Naval System has called for indigenous solutions to combat piracy and illegal activities threatening the West African coastline.

He said illegal Fishing off the West African coastline had been amplified, costing the shipping and offshore industry billions of US dollars every year and asked African navies to join forces to resolve the problem.

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Maritime and Surveillance Conference: Paramount Group calls for solutions to fight piracy and secure economic growth in West Africa

Ghana, 18 March 2014: The inaugural Maritime and Surveillance Conference, taking place at the Accra International Conference Centre in Ghana, starts today and runs until 20th March. Attended by naval, government, corporate and military personal from Ghana and fellow African countries, it is set to be a significant annual event for West Africa.

Lead sponsor of the event, Paramount Group, Africa’s largest privately owned defence and aerospace business, called for ‘African Solutions to African maritime insecurity’. James Fisher, Chief Executive of Paramount Naval Systems says, “Through regional and in-country integration and a strong African shipbuilding industry, West Africa can address the safety of its shores and support economic growth in the territory. Ghana is leading the way in this regard and by doing so, will continue to bolster its naval capabilities to benefit the continent as a whole.”

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