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Upcoming Events open to Maritime London members

The following is a list of upcoming events open to Maritime London members.

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Annual General Meeting (for year 2022)

Maritime London will hold its Annual General Meeting for the year 2022 on Tuesday, 24th January 2023 at 10:00-11:00.The meeting will be held online via MS Teams, the joining link...Read More

Maritime London will hold its Annual General Meeting for the year 2022 on Tuesday, 24th January 2023 at 10:00-11:00.

The meeting will be held online via MS Teams, the joining link will be provided closer to the time. If you would like to attend, please register here on the website (NB: you need to be logged in) or email us.

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 24 Jan 2023

 10:00 - 11:00

 AGM

 300 max


How will the UK maritime sector transition to net zero?

Norton Rose Fulbright is delighted to invite you to the launch of ‘UK Domestic Shipping: Mobilising Investment in Net Zero’, a report produced by Marine Capital Ltd with the support...Read More

Norton Rose Fulbright is delighted to invite you to the launch of ‘UK Domestic Shipping: Mobilising Investment in Net Zero’, a report produced by Marine Capital Ltd with the support of the UMAS and Lloyd’s Register, to be held on Wednesday, January 11, 2023 at 17:30 at the offices of Norton Rose Fulbright

Billed as one of the most comprehensive studies of the UK domestic maritime sector to date, the report states that approximately £75bn of investment is required over the coming three decades for the UK’s domestic maritime sector to transition to net zero. Attracting new sources of capital will be key to the industry’s energy transition.

Join us for the launch to hear from Tony Foster of Marine Capital as he presents the findings of the study, an assessment of the appropriate measures and structures that could be applied to our national maritime sector and the lessons that can be learnt from comparative regimes, including initiatives such as Green Corridors.

With the report already attracting considerable press activity and discussion, we anticipate this to be a lively and interesting session.

Timings:
17:30: Registration
18:00: Presentation and panel discussion
19:00: Drinks reception

See here for more information and to register.


Where is this event taking place?

   Norton Rose Fulbright, 3 More London Place, London, SE1 2AQ, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
TONY FOSTER CEO-CIO, Marine Capital; AHILA KARAN Senior Decarbonisation Analyst, Lloyd Register’s Maritime Decarbonisation Hub; DR TRISTAN SMITH Associate Professor in Energy and Transport at UCL and co-founder of UMAS; JOS STANDERWICK Chief Executive, Maritime London

Hosted by:
Norton Rose Fulbright LLP


 11 Jan 2023

 17:30 - 21:00

 Seminar

 50 max


Maritime London Annual Seminar 2022 – What does an increasingly polarised world mean for shipping?

16:00 Arrivals & Refreshments16:15 Seminar starts17:45 Seminar ends. Drinks will be served in the Mall Room.Title: What does an increasingly polarised world mean for shipping?Focus: Shipping is a uniquely international...Read More

16:00 Arrivals & Refreshments
16:15 Seminar starts
17:45 Seminar ends. Drinks will be served in the Mall Room.

Title: What does an increasingly polarised world mean for shipping?

Focus: Shipping is a uniquely international and pragmatic industry. However, as the far-reaching sanctions against Russia have demonstrated, shipping is not immune from the geopolitical uncertainty. As the international landscape becomes more fractious, how will shipping interests adapt? And what effect this will have on shipping clusters? This seminar will explore the current geopolitical risk environment and the potential shipping clusters can work more closely to develop shared understanding.

In-person attendance is for dinner guests only, with limited capacity of 60 maximum, so places will be allocated on the first-come-first-served basis.

The seminar will be broadcast via Zoom to NYMAR members in the US and also Maritime London members not attending the dinner. Register using this link .


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   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Clay Maitland, Chairman, NYMAR (Opening remarks); Richard Meade, Editor, Lloyd’s LIst; Michael Parker, Chairman, Global Shipping, Logistics & Offshore, Citi (Moderator); Harry Theochari, Chair, Maritime London;


 30 Nov 2022

 16:00 - 18:00

 Seminar

 60 max


Maritime London’s Annual Dinner 2022

Maritime London’s Annual Dinner will be held at the Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall on Wednesday, November 30th. The dinner will preceded by a Drinks Reception and before then our...Read More

Maritime London’s Annual Dinner will be held at the Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall on Wednesday, November 30th. The dinner will preceded by a Drinks Reception and before then our traditional pre-dinner seminar.

More information will be available soon.


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   , United Kingdom

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 30 Nov 2022

 18:30 - 23:00

 Annual Dinner

 Dinner

 200 max


Turkish-British Shipping Forum

The UK Department for International Trade (DIT) and Maritime London are delighted to invite you to the Turkish–British Shipping Forum, held on Tuesday, 15 November 13:30-17:00 in Istanbul. The event...Read More

The UK Department for International Trade (DIT) and Maritime London are delighted to invite you to the Turkish–British Shipping Forum, held on Tuesday, 15 November 13:30-17:00 in Istanbul. The event will bring together thought-leaders from across maritime industries to discuss trends in shipping markets, finance, marine insurance, law and education.

Kindly hosted by the Turkish Chamber of Shipping (IMEAK) and held at the Chamber’s Assembly Hall, the event is aimed at maritime professionals – shipowners, shipbuilders, shipbrokers, charterers, etc – interested to learn more about the UK maritime professional services sector. Download the agenda here.

The Turkish-British Shipping Forum is held as part of the UK Maritime Trade Mission to Türkiye (15-16 November 2022), headed by UK Trade Envoy to Türkiye Lord Hutton of Furness and organised in collaboration with Turkish Chamber of Shipping (IMEAK), Turkish Shipbuilders’ Association (GİSBİR), Maritime London and the Society of Maritime Industries (SMI). See here for more information.


Where is this event taking place?

   IMEAK Chamber of Shipping, Meclis-i Mebusan Cad. No: 22 34427, Fındıklı-Beyoğlu, Istanbul, 34427, Turkey

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Speakers:
THOMAS BRACEWELL Newbuilding Projects & Decarbonisation Lead, Arrow Shipbroking; REGIS CAZE Managing Partner, Arrow Capital SA; BURAK CETINOK Head of Research, Arrow Shipbroking; JAMES CLAYTON Director, Campbell Johnston Clark LLP; DAVID EVANS Partner, Ernst & Young LLP; MATT GILBERT Head of Business & Partnerships, Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS); BRUCE HARRIS Arbitrator, Immediate Past President, London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA); TAMER KIRAN Chairman of the Board of Directors, Turkish Chamber of Shipping (IMEAK); Rt. Hon. LORD HUTTON OF FURNESS UK Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Türkiye; MELIS OTMAR Head of Marine Claims, BMS Group; Dr MELIS ÖZDEL Consultant Lawyer, Birketts LLP & Director, UCL Centre for Commercial Law; JOS STANDERWICK Chief Executive, Maritime London

Hosted by:
Turkish Chamber of Shipping (IMEAK)


 15 Nov 2022

 13:30 - 17:00

 Conference

 Evening Reception

 100 max


Electric Vehicle Carriage – Fires, Safety and Legal Implications

With the transition to net zero, electric vehicles are set to become the dominant form of transport globally. But in comparison to other forms of transport, what are the issues...Read More

With the transition to net zero, electric vehicles are set to become the dominant form of transport globally. But in comparison to other forms of transport, what are the issues faced for the increased use and carriage of lithium-ion batteries? And what are the impacts when these batteries fail, particularly when transported by sea. This discussion will highlight the practical and legal implications.

• Lithium-Ion batteries, their construction and what causes their failure that could result in Thermal Runaway.
• What is thermal runaway and what gases are being produced when this occurs.
• Do ship’s crews have the necessary means to deal with a thermal runaway incident if it occurs on board?
• Can crews follow normal firefighting procedures in Ro-Pax, PCTC and HSC types of vessels and other considerations such as means of escape and LSA?
• Whether EVs are “dangerous goods”
• What carriers/ shipowners must do to make the ship seaworthy
• Whether the presence of EVs in itself renders the ship unseaworthy for other cargo

There are a limited number of places available to attend in-person at Quadrant House. All registrations are via zoom, please indicate on the registration form if you would like to attend in-person, and your place will be confirmed separately.

Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_eBl4Hh5pQ4uuQv6FlTq1tg


Where is this event taking place?

   Quadrant House, 10 Fleet Street, Temple, London, EC4Y 1AU, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London; John Russell KC, Quadrant Chambers; David Handley, Watson, Farley & Williams LLP; Adrian Scales, Brookes Bell


 18 Oct 2022

 09:30 - 11:00

 Hybrid event

 Breakfast

 200 max


The Role of Sustainable Recycling in Shipping’s Journey to Net Zero

Co-organised by Maritime London and GMS, this webinar will explore current and future market conditions, the drivers, hurdles and options for shipowners with vintage assets, and the role of responsible...Read More

Co-organised by Maritime London and GMS, this webinar will explore current and future market conditions, the drivers, hurdles and options for shipowners with vintage assets, and the role of responsible recycling in decarbonisation. Register here https://event.webinarjam.com/register/56/5ox9zhno

The shipping industry is enjoying a few days in the sun, but could soon be facing a perfect storm. With the current market conditions leading to ships trading longer, an influx of newbuilds coming onto the market in the next few years, the CII potentially making older vessels uneconomic, all of this on top of demands for sustainable recycling of vessels, we can no longer ignore demolition in the decarbonisation dynamic.


Where is this event taking place?

   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Moderator: Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London; SPEAKERS: Simon Bennett, General Manager - Sustainable Development, Swire Shipping; James Clayton, Director, CJC; Dr Anand Hiremath, Chief Sustainable Officer, GMS Inc


 21 Sep 2022

 10:00 - 11:00

 Webinar

 300 max


SEA TO CITY MAKE THE MOVE: In conversation with Solis Marine

In this first webinar of the SEA TO CITY MAKE THE MOVE series, held on Wednesday, 13th July 14:30-15:00 (UK time), Helen Kelly, Director of Communications at Nautilus International will...Read More

In this first webinar of the SEA TO CITY MAKE THE MOVE series, held on Wednesday, 13th July 14:30-15:00 (UK time), Helen Kelly, Director of Communications at Nautilus International will host Richard Meikle, Partner and Master Mariner at Solis Marine Consultants, who will share his own experiences of making the Sea-to-City transition. For more information and to register use the button below (or copy and paste the link into your web browser, NB: Google Chrome works best).

https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/Sea2City_Solis

Aimed at seafarers currently working at sea but thinking of coming ashore or ex-seafarers looking for the next step in their career, the webinars will take the form of a 30-minute-long conversations with a maritime services professional who managed to make a successful sea-to-shore career move. The webinars will be transmitted live, with attendees being able to ask questions via chat, and will also be recorded, so those registered but unable to join live will receive a video replay link the day after the webinar.


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   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Helen Kelly, Director of Communications, Nautilus International; Richard Meikle, Partner and Master Mariner, Solis Marine Consultants


 13 Jul 2022

 14:30 - 15:00

 Webinar

 300 max


Trade and shipping in a disrupted world

This event, organised by Maritime London, supported by the UK Department for International Trade and held as part of Posidonia 2022, is by the kind invitation of His Excellency Ambassador...Read More

This event, organised by Maritime London, supported by the UK Department for International Trade and held as part of Posidonia 2022, is by the kind invitation of His Excellency Ambassador Matthew Lodge, starting at 10:00 (registration from 09:30) and concluding with a networking lunch from 13:00-14:30. Attendance is strictly by a named invitation.

Maritime London members have the opportunity to request an invitation for themselves and/or their colleagues by emailing us. Non-members are welcome to register interest using this link.


Where is this event taking place?

   British Residence, 2 Loukianou Street, Athens, 106 75, Greece

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Speakers:
HE Ambassador Matthew Lodge; Damien Oliver, Commercial Programmes and Maritime Business Development Directorate, Maritime and Coastguard Agency; Harry Theochari, Chairman of Maritime London; Haralambos Fafalios, Chairman of the Greek Shipping Cooperation Committee; Robartus Krol, Director, Sector Coverage – Shipping at ING Bank; George Xiradakis, Founder of XRTC Business Consultants Ltd; Henry Curra, Global Head of Research at Braemar; Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive of Maritime London; Chris Adams, Managing Director of Steamship Mutual; Mark Jackson, CEO of The Baltic Exchange; Kirsty MacHardy, Partner of Stephenson Harwood LLP


 8 Jun 2022

 09:30 - 14:00

 Conference

 Lunch

 100 max


Posidonia UK Ambassador’s Evening Reception

The UK Ambassador will be hosting an Evening Drinks Reception at the Ambassador’s Residence gardens during Posidonia. This event has become a good tradition on Tuesday evening of the Posidonia...Read More

The UK Ambassador will be hosting an Evening Drinks Reception at the Ambassador’s Residence gardens during Posidonia. This event has become a good tradition on Tuesday evening of the Posidonia week, and as before, Maritime London is a contributor to the guest list.

Entry is strictly by personal invitation, which will be emailed directly by the Embassy, the guest will need to RSVP by return. If you would like to request an invitation for yourself and/or your colleagues or clients in Greece, please get in touch us providing: the full name, position and company of the guest and their email address. Places are limited, and invitations will be issued at the discretion of the Embassy, so please send your request as soon as possible.


Where is this event taking place?

   UK Ambassador's Residence, Ploutarchou 1, Athens, 106 75, Greece

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 7 Jun 2022

 19:00 - 21:30

 Formal reception

 Evening Reception

 100 max


Addressing safety concerns on the road to net-zero shipping

Co-organised by Maritime London and Society of Maritime Industries, and supported by the UK Department for International Trade, this event will be held on Tuesday,  7th June 11:00-12:30 (registration &...Read More

Co-organised by Maritime London and Society of Maritime Industries, and supported by the UK Department for International Trade, this event will be held on Tuesday,  7th June 11:00-12:30 (registration & coffee from 10:45) take place at the Posidonia Exhibition itself in Seminar Room 2B.

Focus: To accelerate the shift to zero-carbon fuels, multiple new technologies need to be developed and made commercially viable. In order to successfully transition, fuels such as hydrogen, ammonia, biofuels and electrification all will have a role to play. However, we cannot ignore the safety implications both to seafarers and the marine environment of deploying nascent fuels and technologies. This event will explore how manufacturers, class, marine insurance, and tech providers are working to ensure a safe zero-carbon future.

Register here.


Where is this event taking place?

   Athens Metropolitan Expo S.A., Seminar Room 2B, Athens International Airport "El. Venizelos", Spata, 190 19, Greece

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Speakers:
Mark Darley, Business Director - Marine & Offshore, Lloyd’s Register (Introduction & Moderator); Peter Broadhurst, VP Safety, Inmarsat Maritime; Alan Duckett, Technical Director, Energy & Marine | Marine & Technology, Babcock International Group; Patrick Ryan, Sustainability Director & Head of Club Secretariat, UK P&I Club; Gurpreet Singh, Chief Commercial Officer, RightShip


 7 Jun 2022

 10:45 - 12:30

 Seminar

 Breakfast

 60 max


NBCTF Briefing

Maritime London members have an opportunity to attend a members-only briefing by the international department of Israel’s National Bureau for Counter-Terror Financing (NBCTF).The briefing aims to introduce members to NBCTF,...Read More

Maritime London members have an opportunity to attend a members-only briefing by the international department of Israel’s National Bureau for Counter-Terror Financing (NBCTF).

The briefing aims to introduce members to NBCTF, which is responsible in Israel for managing the Israeli CTF sanctions regime, and its main functions and authorities, such as issuance of blocking orders, seizure orders and designations.

The briefing will be held at the offices of Watson Farley Williams (WFW) in 15 Appold Street, London, EC2A 2HB 3-5PM. If you would like to attend, please express your interest by registering on the website (you need to be logged in or email us using this link.


Where is this event taking place?

   Watson Farley & Williams LLP, 15 Appold Street, London, EC2A 2HB, United Kingdom

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Hosted by:
Watson Farley & Williams LLP


 25 May 2022

 15:00 - 17:00

 Briefing


Green bonds and shipping: What does the future hold?

With increasing pressure from government, regulatory bodies and consumers – and all those in between – to decarbonise the shipping industry, what does the landscape look like for new vessels?...Read More

With increasing pressure from government, regulatory bodies and consumers – and all those in between – to decarbonise the shipping industry, what does the landscape look like for new vessels? And, more importantly, how will they be financed sustainably?

Join Maritime London and Norton Rose Fulbright on Tuesday 24 May for what we expect to be a lively panel discussion on:

• The market for green bonds, where it is going, and what lessons the shipping industry can learn from other sectors

• How a green bond might be structured in the shipping industry

• Government’s role in providing a wrapper to green bond assurance

• How these factors might meet the critical ESG requirements.

A light lunch will be served on the terrace from midday, with the presentation commencing at 13:00.

Spaces are limited so book early.


Where is this event taking place?

   Norton Rose FulbrightLLP, 3 More London Riverside, London, EC4Y 1AU, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London; Peter Young, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright; Eleanor Martin, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright; Tony Foster, CEO-CIO, Marine Capital; Vassilios Maroulis, Managing Director, Citi

Hosted by:
Norton Rose Fulbright LLP


 24 May 2022

 12:00 - 14:00

 Seminar

 Buffet lunch

 50 max


Quadrant Chambers & Maritime London: The Law Commission Electronic Documents Consultation

In 2020 the Law Commission was asked by Government to consider how the law of England and Wales should be reformed to facilitate the digitisation of trade documentation including bills...Read More

In 2020 the Law Commission was asked by Government to consider how the law of England and Wales should be reformed to facilitate the digitisation of trade documentation including bills of lading, ship’s delivery orders and cargo insurance certificates. On 30th April 2021 it published a consultation paper which outlined its research, proposals for reform and a draft Bill designed to implement those proposals. The report was published on 16 March 2022.

This panel event is hosted by Quadrant Chambers and Maritime London. It will be chaired by Prof Miriam Goldby and includes Law Commissioner for Commercial and Common Law, Prof Sarah Green, Yash Kulkarni QC, Quadrant Chambers, Matthew Cox, HFW, and Mark Brattman, ITIC.

They will discuss the reports’ findings and recommendations, and the impact it will have on international trade.


Where is this event taking place?

   Quadrant Chambers, 10 Fleet Street, Temple, Temple, London, EC4Y 1AU, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Chaired by Prof Miriam Goldby, Professor of Shipping, Insurance and Commercial Law; CCLS Research Director; Director, Insurance, Shipping and Aviation Law Institute; Centre for Commercial Law Studies; Prof Sarah Green, Law Commissioner for Commercial and Common Law; Yash Kulkarni QC, Quadrant Chambers; Matthew Cox, HFW; Mark Brattman, ITIC

Hosted by:
Quadrant Chambers


 18 May 2022

 18:00 - 19:00

 Hybrid event

 Evening Reception

 300 max


Chemical & Product Tanker Conference 2022

Maritime London is pleased to support Riviera Maritime Media’s first Chemical & Product Tanker Conference taking place in April in London as an in-person event (venue to be announced shortly).The...Read More

Maritime London is pleased to support Riviera Maritime Media’s first Chemical & Product Tanker Conference taking place in April in London as an in-person event (venue to be announced shortly).

The event is being organised in response to market demand for a focused chemical and product tanker conference in London and is a natural complement to Riviera’s well-established annual Tanker Shipping & Trade Conference, which will again take place in November.

Maritime London members will benefit from a 20% discount, please email us to receive the code, which will need to be applied at registration.


Where is this event taking place?

   , United Kingdom

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Hosted by:
Riviera Maritime Media


 From: 28 Apr 2022

 To: 29 Apr 2022

 08:00 - 17:00

 Conference

 Lunch


Introducing New Maritime Capability Campaign Office

Maritime London members are invited to attend  ‘Introducing the new Maritime Capability Campaign Office (MCCO)’ webinar, hosted online by Maritime UK on Tuesday 26th April, 3pm – 4pm.As part of...Read More

Maritime London members are invited to attend  ‘Introducing the new Maritime Capability Campaign Office (MCCO)’ webinar, hosted online by Maritime UK on Tuesday 26th April, 3pm – 4pm.

As part of the refreshed National Shipbuilding Strategy, the MCCO, as the trade and investment arm of the National Shipbuilding Office, will champion exports and investments in this sector, unlocking opportunities for our maritime industries to export their innovative technologies, services, and designs around the world. It will work in lockstep with business, to build on our world-leading maritime capabilities, strengthening our global reputation as a thriving maritime industrial base and leveraging our strengths in areas like technology, defence, design and manufacturing and professional services.

This webinar will provide an opportunity for you to learn more about the Department for International Trade’s newly established team as the MCCO will introduce its plans and explain how individual companies can benefit, including key international events and activity being supported by the team and SMI. The session will also ask maritime businesses where their priorities lie, and how best the new team can support the sector.

There will be an opportunity to ask questions of the panel.

More details and registration can be found here.


Where is this event taking place?

   , United Kingdom

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Hosted by:
Maritime UK


 26 Apr 2022

 15:00 - 16:00

 Webinar

 100 max


Marine Money London 2022

Maritime London is delighted to support the Marine Money London conference, as before, which will be held on April 11th this time in the ballroom of JW Marriott Grosvenor House,...Read More

Maritime London is delighted to support the Marine Money London conference, as before, which will be held on April 11th this time in the ballroom of JW Marriott Grosvenor House, Park Lane and in-person.

Maritime London Members will benefit from a 5% discount from the full fee of USD1,350 (excl VAT), applicable to new bookings only. Discounted delegate fee for Maritime London members is USD1,282.50 (excl VAT) USD1,539.00 (incl VAT). Please email us if you would like to attend and claim this discount, to be put in touch with the organisers to complete the registration.

NB: The event organisers will keep to any protocols for COVID as advised by the hotel and the government and also require all attending (speakers and delegates) to produce proof of full vaccination (NHS document or EU Digital COVID-19 Certificate or equivalent).


Where is this event taking place?

   W Marriott Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London, W1K 7TN, United Kingdom

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Hosted by:
Marine Money


 11 Apr 2022

 09:00 - 20:00

 Conference

 Evening Reception

 50 max


Marine Insurance London 2022

Now in its fourth year, Marine Insurance London, held in person on March 22nd at 155 Bishopsgate, London, is a leading global marine insurance conference and all brokers, insurers and...Read More

Now in its fourth year, Marine Insurance London, held in person on March 22nd at 155 Bishopsgate, London, is a leading global marine insurance conference and all brokers, insurers and third parties should attend this event to help shape the future of the industry, please visit here for more information.

As Maritime London is a supporting organisation, Members will benefit from a 10% discount from advertised rates, applicable to new bookings only. To register and claim the discount please use this link.


Where is this event taking place?

   etc.venues, 155 Bishopsgate, London, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Event compere: Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London; please see the agenda for more information

Hosted by:
Cannon Events


 22 Mar 2022

 07:50 - 18:00

 Conference

 Evening Reception

 100 max


Russian Sanctions Drop-In Session

Russian Sanctions Drop-In Session for Maritime London members only. Please book on the website (you will need to be logged in) or email us. The joining link will be sent...Read More

Russian Sanctions Drop-In Session for Maritime London members only. Please book on the website (you will need to be logged in) or email us. The joining link will be sent to all those who registered nearer the time of the event.


Where is this event taking place?

   , United Kingdom

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 18 Mar 2022

 14:00 - 16:00

 Briefing

 100 max


SMI’s Annual Conference

The Society of Maritime Industries (SMI) Annual Conference, held over two days on 8-9 March, is a superb opportunity to get face to face again with industry colleagues, gain valuable...Read More

The Society of Maritime Industries (SMI) Annual Conference, held over two days on 8-9 March, is a superb opportunity to get face to face again with industry colleagues, gain valuable insight and learn about opportunities for your business in the coming years.

SMI will be joined by the National Shipbuilding Office who are now offering one to one meetings with conference delegates.  Please indicate when registering that you would like to meet the NSO.

SMI chose to host the event in Gateshead as the North East is proving pivotal to so many discussions and opportunities in the renewables sector. Decarbonisation is a theme of our times and central to the Conference.

Maritime London members are able to purchase delegate places at the same rate as the SMI members. Please see here for more information.

Delegates will be treated to a dinner on the first night, starting with a champagne reception followed by a three-course meal, entertainment and of course, plenty of opportunities to network. All with fantastic views over the River Tyne!


Where is this event taking place?

   Sage, St Mary's Square, Gateshead, NE8 2JR, United Kingdom

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Hosted by:
SMI


 From: 8 Mar 2022

 To: 9 Mar 2022

 09:00 - 16:30

 Conference

 Full social programme

 50 max


War & Sanctions – immediate concerns for the shipping sector and how best to handle

This webinar, co-organised by Maritime London and Ince, will focus on the implications for the shipping sector arising from the escalating war in Ukraine and the latest sanctions imposed on...Read More

This webinar, co-organised by Maritime London and Ince, will focus on the implications for the shipping sector arising from the escalating war in Ukraine and the latest sanctions imposed on Russia.

NB: Google Chrome works best. Please copy and paste the link below
https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/ML_war_and_sanctions 
If you have further problems registering please email enquiries@maritimelondon.com.


Where is this event taking place?

   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Julian Clark, Partner, Ince; Andrew Jacobson, Partner, Seward & Kissel LLP; Stuart McAlpine, Partner, Ince; James Rose, Managing Associate, Ince; Mike Salthouse, Gobal Director (Claims), North P&I Association; Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London


 8 Mar 2022

 14:00 - 15:00

 Webinar

 200 max


APPMPG Session – Offshore Wind: Maximising UK Content

Maritime London members are invited to join the next meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Maritime & Ports Group, which will be a panel discussion with a group of energy majors,...Read More

Maritime London members are invited to join the next meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Maritime & Ports Group, which will be a panel discussion with a group of energy majors, developers and ports about the state of the offshore renewable energy market at 16:30 on Monday, 28 February held via Zoom.

The session will touch upon topical areas like green hydrogen and floating offshore wind (FLOW), driving up UK content in supply chains and creating a long-term, high-value green industries in coastal areas.

Topic areas and speakers:
The policy landscape Dan McGrail, RenewableUK
Made in Hull: Green Port Hull and the Green Industrial Revolution Andy Reay, ABP & Andrew Elmes, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy
Building out and maintaining the biggest offshore windfarm in the world, Dogger Bank Matt Beeton, Port of Tyne & Halfdan Brustad, Equinor
Creating a Scottish renewables hub Stuart Wallace, Forth Ports & Michael Smith, BP
Repositioning energy assets for the hydrogen economy, sustainable fuels and FLOW Steven Edwards, Port of Milford Haven & Jeremy Smith, RWE

RSVP to appmandpg@gmail.com for Zoom details.


Where is this event taking place?

   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
The policy landscape - Dan McGrail, RenewableUK; Made in Hull: Green Port Hull and the Green Industrial Revolution - Andy Reay, ABP & Andrew Elmes, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy; Building out and maintaining the biggest offshore windfarm in the world, Dogger Bank - Matt Beeton, Port of Tyne & Halfdan Brustad, Equinor; Creating a Scottish renewables hub - Stuart Wallace, Forth Ports & Michael Smith, BP; Repositioning energy assets for the hydrogen economy, sustainable fuels and FLOW - Steven Edwards, Port of Milford Haven & Jeremy Smith, RWE

Hosted by:
APPMPG


 28 Feb 2022

 16:30 - 18:00

 Webinar

 200 max


Maritime London AGM

Maritime London’s Annual General Meeting for the year 2021 will be held online at 10-11am on January 11th 2022, please register here on the website (you will need to be...Read More

Maritime London’s Annual General Meeting for the year 2021 will be held online at 10-11am on January 11th 2022, please register here on the website (you will need to be logged in) or email us. The joining instructions and papers will be sent in early January.


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 11 Jan 2022

 10:00 - 11:00

 AGM

 300 max


Maritime London Annual Dinner

Maritime London’s Annual Dinner will be held at the Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall on Tuesday, December 7th. NB: the dinner is sold out.The dinner will be preceded by a...Read More

Maritime London’s Annual Dinner will be held at the Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall on Tuesday, December 7th. NB: the dinner is sold out.

The dinner will be preceded by a seminar “2022 Market Outlook” (see separate listing), which will be followed by a drinks reception.


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 7 Dec 2021

 18:30 - 23:00

 Annual Dinner

 Dinner


Maritime London Annual Dinner Seminar: 2022 Market Outlook

Following the good tradition to hold a seminar before the Annual Dinner, this year’s event will look at trends for 2022. The seminar is open to all dinner quests. If...Read More

Following the good tradition to hold a seminar before the Annual Dinner, this year’s event will look at trends for 2022. The seminar is open to all dinner quests. If there’s room we will offer spaces to members not attending the dinner. The seminar will be followed by a drinks reception, and then the Annual Dinner at 19:30 (NB: the dinner is sold out).

FOCUS: With dry bulk and gas trades flying high and the box ship market in the stratosphere, there is no doubt shipping has been on a journey since some of the doomsday predictions of 18  months ago as the scale of the pandemic became clear. This year’s Maritime London Annual Dinner Seminar will explore how much of the current growth is underpinned by government stimulus, short-term pent-up demand and supply chain disruption, and whether, as order books fill up, the industry is setting itself up for another fall as additional tonnage comes on line. In addition, the panel will discuss how the wider market, from insurance to finance, is responding to such unprecedented market conditions. Let’s hope we all have something to cheer about at the dinner!


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Speakers:
Presentation by Stephen Gordon, Managing Director, Clarksons Research; Followed by a panel discussion with the participation of: Beth Bradley, Partner, Hill Dickinson LLP; Ian Gooch, CEO, The London P&I Club; Andrew Hampson, CEO, Tufton; Rob Lomas, Marine Business Development Manager, International Registries (UK) Ltd; Moderated by Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London


 7 Dec 2021

 16:00 - 17:45

 Seminar

 Evening Reception

 100 max


APPMPG session – Decarbonisation: market barriers and solutions

Maritime London is pleased to lead the next All-Party Parliamentary Maritime and Ports Group (APPMPG) meeting, which will focus on “market barriers and solutions to deliver the maritime industry’s decarbonisation...Read More

Maritime London is pleased to lead the next All-Party Parliamentary Maritime and Ports Group (APPMPG) meeting, which will focus on “market barriers and solutions to deliver the maritime industry’s decarbonisation agenda”.

RSVP to appmandpg@gmail.com for Zoom details.


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Speakers:
Tony Foster, CEO, Marine Capital; Katherine Palmer, Global Head of Sustainability, Marine and Offshore, Lloyd's Register; Michael Parker, Chairman, Global Shipping, Logistics and Offshore, Citi; Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London


 6 Dec 2021

 17:00 - 18:00

 Webinar

 300 max


COP 26 – first assessment on the outcomes for shipping

Since the start of the year, the maritime industry has been evaluating opportunities for voice at the UNFCC event being held in Glasgow. World leaders have flown in, conversations have...Read More

Since the start of the year, the maritime industry has been evaluating opportunities for voice at the UNFCC event being held in Glasgow. World leaders have flown in, conversations have been had, and many sectors have been the focus of keen attention.

But what are the outcomes of COP26 for shipping? Were the industry’s ambitions and objectives for the 12-day event achieved? And what are the next steps for the industry?

This free to attend Lloyd’s Register and Maritime London webinar, moderated by Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive of Maritime London, will assess the impact of COP26 outcomes ahead of MEPC77, the efficacy of shipping to lobby policymakers and what is likely to happen next.

NB: The webinar will be hosted on LR’s platform, so please use this registration link: https://www.lr.org/en/resources/cop-26-first-assessment-on-the-outcomes-for-shipping/


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Speakers:
Jonathan Beard, Partner, Infrastructure Advisory - Strategy & Transactions Asia-Pacific Platform, EY; Charles Haskell, Decarbonisation Programme Manager, Lloyd's Register; Julian Proctor, CEO, Purus Marine; Helen Tveitan de Jong, Chairman & CEO, Carisbrooke Shipping Holdings Ltd


 24 Nov 2021

 11:00 - 11:00

 Webinar

 400 max


The Proposed Inclusion of the Shipping Industry in EU ETS

Held in conjunction with London International Shipping Week 2021, Norton Rose Fulbright and Maritime London look forward to welcoming you to a panel discussion on the potential impact of the...Read More

Held in conjunction with London International Shipping Week 2021, Norton Rose Fulbright and Maritime London look forward to welcoming you to a panel discussion on the potential impact of the proposal to include the shipping industry in the EU’s Emissions Trading System (EU ETS).

The extension of the EU ETS to include shipping is part of a number of proposed updates by the EU to its green deal which were published on 14th July 2021. The proposals envisage the shipping industry becoming incrementally subject to the EU ETS, with shipowners having to surrender allowances annually to cover increasing proportions of their greenhouse gas emissions.

*The event will take place in person at our NRF London office and virtually via Zoom. Please state on the registration form below if you would like to attend in person (spaces are on a first come first served basis). Please note the event is being recorded whilst being live streamed and some audience members may be visible on screen.

**When deciding whether to attend the event in person, please take into consideration any international travel restrictions.


Where is this event taking place?

   Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, 3 More London Riverside, London, SE1 2AQ, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Jacob Armstrong, Sustainable Shipping Officer, Transport and Environment; Harry Fafalios, Chairman, Greek Shipping Cooperation Committee; Ulrik Dan Frorup, Director Special Projects and External Affairs, Bureau Veritas Marine and Offshore; Mark Jackson, Chief Executive Officer, The Baltic Exchange; Philip Roche, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP (MODERATOR); Tom Strang, SVP Maritime Affairs, Carnival Corporation


 16 Oct 2021

 15:45 - 17:00

 Hybrid event

 300 max


LMAA Arbitration: Hybrid Mock Arbitration Hearing

This event, run as part of the London International Shipping Week 2021, will take the form of a simulation of a real LMAA Maritime Arbitration hearing. Each year about 100...Read More

This event, run as part of the London International Shipping Week 2021, will take the form of a simulation of a real LMAA Maritime Arbitration hearing. Each year about 100 maritime arbitration hearings are held in London (with another 400 awards published on documents only). Since 2020 the pandemic has resulted in most arbitration hearings being conducted fully or semi-virtually online, for which the LMAA has published widely used protocols, now included in the LMAA Terms 2021.

The event will enable participants to view a hearing involving a typical maritime case scenario, including oral submissions by experienced barristers from leading chambers 4 Pump Court and Twenty Essex with cross examination of witnesses who will give oral evidence remotely. There will also be an opportunity for participants to raise questions on the process to be answered by practitioners on or off line.

The event will therefore give participants a real insight into the way in which London arbitrators and lawyers have been able to use technology to overcome  the constraints of the pandemic and also to reduce cost and advance towards truly green arbitration.

Registration link: https://idrc-co-uk.zoom.us/webinar/register/4916270255291/WN_P9ZM8PzeT5SneH1ODzRoNw


Where is this event taking place?

   International Dispute Resolution Centre, 1 Paternoster Lane, St. Paul’s, London, EC4M 8BU, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Event host: Ian Gaunt, LMAA Arbitrator and LMAA Past President; Tribunal: Clive Aston, LMAA Arbitrator and Past President, Chairman; Daniella Horton, LMAA Arbitrator and Hon. Secretary; Nicholas Woo, Partner, Birketts LLP and LMAA Supporting Member; Counsel: Julian Kenny QC, Barrister, Twenty Essex; Michal Hain, Barrister, Twenty Essex; Nick Vineall QC, Barrister, 4 Pump Court; Anna Hoffmann, Barrister, 4 Pump Court;


 16 Sep 2021

 10:00 - 12:00

 Hybrid event

 300 max


Shipping IPOs – What is the Market Really Like

Norton Rose Fulbright and Maritime London would like to invite you to a discussion on the important factors in considering the stock market as a route to attract equity investment.There...Read More

Norton Rose Fulbright and Maritime London would like to invite you to a discussion on the important factors in considering the stock market as a route to attract equity investment.

There has been an increased appreciation of the value of the shipping industry to the global economy during THE COVID-19 pandemic but has this increased the industry’s appeal to the IPO market?

The panel discussion will consider the ideal scenarios for approaching the stock market. It will look at the key decisions to make to support a successful offering. We will get a 360 degrees’ perspective, provided by senior contributors including from a company that has conducted a recent and successful IPO, a financial adviser, a senior representative for the London Stock Exchange, a Baltic shipbroker and a leading shipping IPO lawyer.

This will be a hybrid event, taking place in-person at the offices of Norton Rose Fulbright LLP for a select, invite-only physical audience – please arrive 15 mins before the start of the event – coupled with a live video stream to online attendees.


Where is this event taking place?

   Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, 3 More London Riverside, London, SE1 2AQ, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Edward Buttery, Founder and CEO, Taylor Maritime; Axel Kalinowski, Head of Central and Southern Europe, London Stock Exchange; Eleanor Martin, Banking and Finance Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP (MODERTOR); Richard Sheen, Corporate Partner and Head of Funds and Asset Management, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP; Christa Volpicelli, Head of Shipping Investment Banking, Citi


 16 Sep 2021

 14:00 - 15:15

 Hybrid event

 300 max


LISW21 Shipping Risk Forum

This Maritime London event is organised in partnership with the International Group of P&I Clubs (IGP&I), International Underwriting Association (IUA), London & International Insurance Brokers Association (LIIBA) and Lloyd’s Market...Read More

This Maritime London event is organised in partnership with the International Group of P&I Clubs (IGP&I), International Underwriting Association (IUA), London & International Insurance Brokers Association (LIIBA) and Lloyd’s Market Association (LMA) as part of the London International Shipping Week 2021. See the agenda here.

This will be a hybrid event, held physically for a limited audience at the International Dispute Resolution Centre,70 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1EU and streamed live to online attendees.

Use this link to register https://hopin.com/events/lisw21-shipping-risk-forum

(NB: Google Chrome and Firefox work best. If you are new to Hopin, you’ll need to create a password-protected profile.)


Where is this event taking place?

   International Dispute Resolution Centre, 1 Paternoster Lane, St Paul’s, London, EC4M 7BQ, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Daniel Martin, Partner, HFW; Andreas Bisbas, Director, Tsakos Shipping (London) Ltd; Simon Swallow, Chief Executive, The Shipowners' Club; Michael Parker, Chairman, Global Shipping, Logistics and Offshore, Citigroup; Phil Parry, Chairman, Spinnaker Global; Melis Otmar ACII, Claims Director, BMS Harris & Dixon Marine; Lord Mountevans, Chairman, Maritime London; Simon Lockwood, Head of Shipowners, Willis Towers Watson (Session moderator); Louise Nevill, Chief Executive Officer, Marine & Cargo, Marsh Specialty (UK) (Session moderator); Nick Shaw, Chief Executive Officer, International Group of P&I Clubs (Session moderator); Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London (Event host); Ami Daniel, Chief Execuitve Office & Co-founder, Windward (Session moderator); Bjørnar Andresen, Group Chief Underwriting Officer, Gard; Freya Page, Head of Guidance and Engagement, Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI); Mike Salthouse, Global Director (Claims), North Group (Session moderator)


 14 Sep 2021

 09:00 - 18:00

 Hybrid event

 400 max


Sea to City Networking Scheme event

The Sea to City project from Nautilus International and Maritime London is a networking and mentoring scheme aiming to encourage seafarers looking to move ashore to consider maritime services positions.The...Read More

The Sea to City project from Nautilus International and Maritime London is a networking and mentoring scheme aiming to encourage seafarers looking to move ashore to consider maritime services positions.

The maritime professional services sector has a constant requirement for seafaring skills in order to remain effective. However, many seafarers are unaware of the career choices that exist ashore and how to access them.

The Sea to City Networking Scheme event, held as part of the London International Shipping Week 2021, will provide a platform for maritime services professionals and seafarers to meet and discuss the opportunities that exist for former seafarers in maritime services and help those at sea to make links into the networks that will help them succeed.

This is a hybrid event, taking place in-person at the offices of Norton Rose Fulbright LLP for a select, invite-only physical audience coupled with a live video stream to the Hopin platform.

Online Attendees will have the opportunity to ask Speakers questions via the Q&A function, interact with other Attendees via Chat and Direct Messaging, engage in 1-2-1 Networking as well as visit Expo booths.

Please register using the link below

https://hopin.com/events/lisw21-sea-to-city-networking-scheme


Where is this event taking place?

   Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, 3 More London Riverside, London, SE1 2AQ, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Moderator: Helen Kelly, Managing Editor, Head of Communications, Nautilus International; Welcome addresses: Phil Parry, Director, Maritime London and Chairman, Spinnaker Global; Mark Dickinson, General Secretary, Nautilus International; Presentation on the MSSC Coming Ashore programme by Steve Cameron, Mentor, Coming Ashore programme and Consultant, CMR; David Appleton, Professional; Technical Officer, Nautilus International; Louise Hall, Director - Loss Prevention/Corporate Responsibility, The Shipowners’ Club; Ronnell Llamas, currently Second Officer on an MPC heavylift vessel and Sea to City mentee; Mark Glasgow, Director, Pacific Island Navigation Ltd and Sea to City mentor


 13 Sep 2021

 11:00 - 13:30

 Hybrid event

 200 max


Reforming English Law to Enable Electronic Bills of Lading: The Law Commission’s Electronic Trade Documents Project

The Law Commission of England and Wales is a statutory, independent body, which aims to ensure that the law is as fair, modern, simple and cost-effective as possible. On the...Read More

The Law Commission of England and Wales is a statutory, independent body, which aims to ensure that the law is as fair, modern, simple and cost-effective as possible. On the basis of research and consultation with stakeholders, the Law Commission makes recommendations for reform to Government. In 2020 the Law Commission was asked by Government to consider how the law of England and Wales should be reformed to facilitate the digitisation of trade documentation including bills of lading, ship’s delivery orders and cargo insurance certificates. On 30th April 2021 it published a consultation paper which outlined its research, proposals for reform and a draft Bill designed to implement those proposals. Responses to this consultation were due by 30th July 2021, and the Law Commission is aiming to publish its final report and recommendations in early 2022.

At this event, Law Commissioner for Commercial and Common Law, Prof Sarah Green, and her team will give an overview of the proposals together with some insight into the responses received from stakeholders. This will be followed by a panel discussion featuring legal practitioners discussing the effects of the proposed reforms and industry participants who will give insight into the possible implications of the reforms for their daily operations.

This will be a hybrid event, held physically for a limited audience at Quadrant Chambers and streamed live to online attendees.

Use the link below to register:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_G5zMM_sMSkqR6dDpXDrxyw


Where is this event taking place?

   Quadrant Chambers, Quadrant House, 10 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1AU, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Moderator: Prof Miriam Goldby, Prof of Shipping, Insurance and Commercial Law, CCLS Research Director, Director, Insurance, Shipping and Aviation Law Institute; Panel: Nick Austin, Partner, Reed Smith LLP; Mark Brattman, Director of Claims, ITIC; Prof Sarah Green, Law Commissioner for Commercial and Common Law; Michael Howard QC, Barrister, Quadrant Chambers; More to be announced shortly


 13 Sep 2021

 15:00 - 18:00

 Hybrid event

 200 max


MARINE INSURANCE: LESSONS LEARNT FROM PANDEMIC

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only accelerated the utilisation of big data in marine insurance KYC, underwriting and claims processes, it has made it essential to successfully conduct business in...Read More

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only accelerated the utilisation of big data in marine insurance KYC, underwriting and claims processes, it has made it essential to successfully conduct business in this virtual environment.

This event will explore how the market adapted to the new realities and how it may affect the nature of the business in the medium to long term. Hosted by Maritime London and organised in partnership with members Concirrus and Jumar, this event will consist of an open-to-all interactive and live Webinar taking place on 13:00-14:00 BST Tuesday, 22 June, followed by a group and/or 1-2-1 Networking 14:00-15:00 BST Tuesday, 22 June – all in one place.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to visit the EXPO area (which will be open to visitors from 15:00 BST Tuesday, 22 June to 20:00 BST Thursday, 24 June).


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Speakers:
Event Host & Moderator:; Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London; Presenters: Adrian Sutherland, Chief Technology Officer, Jumar Technology; Nick Roscoe, Chief Operating Officer, Concirrus; Panelists: Ole Jørgen Eikanger, Chief Business Development Officer, Norwegian Hull Club; James Cooper, Group Managing Director, Astaara Company Ltd; Jun Lin, Vice President, Gard (UK) Ltd


 From: 22 Jun 2021

 To: 24 Jun 2021

 13:00 - 20:00

 Hybrid event

 300 max


6th Greek British Shipping Forum

The 6th Greek British Shipping Forum, hosted by Maritime London in partnership with the British Embassy in Athens on a hybrid event platform for the first time, explored how Maritime...Read More

The 6th Greek British Shipping Forum, hosted by Maritime London in partnership with the British Embassy in Athens on a hybrid event platform for the first time, explored how Maritime London members are supporting the shipping industry, as it moves to comprehend, monitor and utilise technology to ensure compliance in with the IMO GHG Emissions regulations and international sanctions regimes.

We have recorded the live sessions, which have taken place on Wednesday, 16th June, for you:

Managing Sanctions Risk session’s video can be viewed here and the presentation here

Decarbonisation in Shipping session’s video can be viewed here and the presentation here

Please download the agenda here.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to visit the Expo area, which will remain open until 18:00 BST (20:00 EEST) on Friday, June 18th.

The event is aimed primarily at the Greek shipping community, however, thanks to the digital format there’s no limit as to the number of attendees – everyone is welcome to join. Please use the Register button or copy and paste into your browser the link below:
https://hopin.com/events/greek-british-shipping-forum-2021


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Speakers:
Welcome Addresses: Kate Smith CMG, British Ambassador; Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London; Managing Sanctions Risk Session speakers: Britt Pickering, Claims and Legal Director, The Shipowners' Club (Co-moderator); Camilla Slater, Head of Legal, The Shipowners' Club(Co-moderator); Daniel Martin, Partner, HFWNeil Roberts, Head of Marine & Aviation, Lloyd’s Market Association (LMA); Simon Ring, Head of Maritime Trade Technologies & ESG, Pole Star; Decarbonisation in Shipping session: Andrew McKeran, Business Director –Maritime Performance Services, Lloyd’s Register (Moderator & Speaker); Rachel Hoyland, Senior Associate, Hill Dickinson; George Savvopoulos, Marine Decarbonisation Consultant, AqualisBraemar LOC; Noel Tomlinson, Director -Business Development, BMT


 From: 16 Jun 2021

 To: 18 Jun 2021

 12:00 - 18:00

 Hybrid event

 300 max


How does dispute resolution respond to increasingly complex shipping markets

This live and interactive webinar, hosted by Maritime London and organised in partnership with foundation members Hill Dickinson LLP tomorrow, on Friday, 11th June 10-11am (BST), will explore how the...Read More

This live and interactive webinar, hosted by Maritime London and organised in partnership with foundation members Hill Dickinson LLP tomorrow, on Friday, 11th June 10-11am (BST), will explore how the English legal market is responding to the imperative for the shipping industry to decarbonise and the consequential effects on dispute resolution, the utility of using dispute resolution boards in increasingly complex and costly newbuilds and the evolving use witness statements and cross examination in arbitrations.

NB: We suggest to use Google Chrome or Firefox to register for online events whenever possible – copy and paste into your browser the link or use the Register button below
https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/dispute-resolution


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Speakers:
Host: Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London; Panellists: Ben Goss Maritime Arbitrator and Mediator; Thomas Macey-Dare QC Barrister, Quadrant Chambers; Lewis Moore, Partner Hill Dickinson LLP;


 11 Jun 2021

 10:00 - 11:00

 Webinar

 300 max


Demand, Supply and Competitiveness in the Global Container Shipping Industry

This live and interactive webinar, organised by Maritime London in partnership with members MDS Transmodal Ltd, will discuss the changes in the global deep-sea container market. The topics will include:Long...Read More

This live and interactive webinar, organised by Maritime London in partnership with members MDS Transmodal Ltd, will discuss the changes in the global deep-sea container market. The topics will include:

  • Long term trade growth and the erratic trends of the last 12 months which led to a Q4 2020 demand 5% more than any other previous quarter
  • Slow growth in liner service capacity so that utilisation levels are now very high
  • Deteriorating service quality (reliability, port calls completed) as demand has led to port congestion and ships being off schedule
  • A major spike in rates, exacerbated by a lack of equipment (i.e. containers) in major export areas (empties now having been returned earlier in the year)
  • A wider reflection on the role of liner shipping on creating connectivity between trading countries
  • Trends in carbon emissions
  • Increasing concentration in the control and ownership of liner service capacity

Use this link for more information and to register https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/ML-MDST-containers


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Speakers:
Host & Moderator: Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London; Presenters: Mike Garratt, Chairman, MDS Transmodal Ltd; James Hookham, Chief Executive Officer, Global Shippers’ Forum; Tim Morris, Chief Executive Officer, UK Major Ports Group


 9 Jun 2021

 13:00 - 14:00

 Webinar

 300 max


1st Global Conference for Seafarer Mental Health and Wellbeing

Maritime London is proud to support the 1st Global Conference for Seafarer Mental Health and Wellbeing, which will be held on 25 – 26 May 2021. Organised by IMarEST, the...Read More

Maritime London is proud to support the 1st Global Conference for Seafarer Mental Health and Wellbeing, which will be held on 25 – 26 May 2021. Organised by IMarEST, the event will bring together key stakeholders from across the maritime sector to discuss the critical issue and identify practical solutions to better support the needs of seafarers around the world.

The focus for the virtual conference will be on intervention and defining industry best practice, as well as increasing monitoring and agreeing key areas of improvement. Please see here fore more information.

Registration is now open, Maritime London members are able to benefit from a 20% discount. To obtain the discount code members will need to log in and consult the event’s listing under ‘Opportunities’.


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 From: 25 May 2021

 To: 26 May 2021

 09:00 - 17:00

 Conference

 200 max


Shipping Media & PR: Getting the Message Across

Maritime London is delighted to invite you to hear from the leading shipping journalists and PR professionals about how the Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the fragility of global trade and...Read More

Maritime London is delighted to invite you to hear from the leading shipping journalists and PR professionals about how the Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the fragility of global trade and the vital role of shipping and seafarers.

In the context of the enhanced ESG obligations the market faces, this webinar will discuss how the shipping industry can utilise its enhanced profile to support industry advocacy and stakeholders with their commercial objectives.

Register using this link https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/shippingmediapr.

If you experience further difficulties with the registration please email us.


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Speakers:
Host & Moderator: Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London; Panelists: Marcus Hand, Editor, Seatrade Maritime News; Bill Lines, Director, Navigate PR; Ben Pinnington, Founder, Polaris Media; Janet Porter, Editorial Board Chair, Lloyd's List;


 20 May 2021

 13:00 - 14:00

 Webinar

 300 max


APPMPG & APPGSSR Joint Session

JOINT SESSION: All-Party Parliamentary Maritime and Ports Group & All-Party Parliamentary Group for Shipbuilding and Ship Repair will examine if the UK can become a maritime superpower in green shipping.Join...Read More

JOINT SESSION: All-Party Parliamentary Maritime and Ports Group & All-Party Parliamentary Group for Shipbuilding and Ship Repair will examine if the UK can become a maritime superpower in green shipping.

Join the parliamentary dragons to hear from the brightest minds in UK ship building at 17:00, 17 May, via Zoom. Details below.

RSVP: appmandpg@gmail.com


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Speakers:
Harland & Wolff / Infrastrata - John Wood, CEO; Wight Shipyard Co - Peter Morton, CEO; Windship Technology - Graham Harvey, CEO

Hosted by:
APPMPG


 17 May 2021

 17:00 - 18:30

 Webinar

 100 max


Maritime Arbitration in London: Present and Future Challenges in a Changing World

The webinar is being run as part of London International Disputes Week 2021 (LIDW21) and is jointly hosted by HFW, Reed Smith, Twenty Essex and the LMAA in association with...Read More

The webinar is being run as part of London International Disputes Week 2021 (LIDW21) and is jointly hosted by HFW, Reed Smith, Twenty Essex and the LMAA in association with The London Shipping Law Centre and Maritime London.

London International Disputes Week celebrates London as a leading centre for handling the resolution of international programme of virtual events addressing contemporary global issues facing the sector attracting audiences from jurisdictions globally.

As part of LIDW21 we would jointly like to invite you to attend a free and interactive webinar ‘MARITIME ARBITRATION IN LONDON: PRESENT AND FUTURE CHALLENGES IN A CHANGING WORLD’, which will be held on Friday, 14th May 12:30-14:00. Download the leaflet here.

Register using this link https://maritimelondon.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=37649efa0846545f45ffa2c1a&id=39d19a9981&e=c7caf4df3a. If you would also like to register for the rest of the LIDW21’s conference please use this link to the conference programme.


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 14 May 2021

 12:30 - 14:00

 Webinar

 200 max


Cyber Security in Shipping: Prevention & Compliance Solutions

This Maritime London hybrid event, held in co-operation with the British Embassy in Greece, will bring together some of the leading practitioners from the London market to examine the risks,...Read More

This Maritime London hybrid event, held in co-operation with the British Embassy in Greece, will bring together some of the leading practitioners from the London market to examine the risks, the implications of a data breach, the legislation and solutions to support shipowners, managers and charterers in securing their data.

Following the webinar, taking place 14:00-15:00 BST (16:00-17:00 Greece time), attendees will have an opportunity to visit the speakers’ companies exhibition booths to find out more information, meet a representative face-to-face or drop off a virtual business card, as well to network with fellow-attendees. The event will conclude at 16:00 BST (18:00 Greece time). For more information and to register visit here.

NB: the event can only be attended live, so if you are not able to join and would like to receive a recording of the event please let us know and do not register.


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Speakers:
Julian Clark, Senior Partner, Ince (Moderator); Laurie Eve, Director – Retail, Inmarsat Maritime; Anu Khurmi, Managing Director, Templar Executives; Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London (Host)


 31 Mar 2021

 14:00 - 16:00

 Hybrid event

 300 max


2nd Maritime Leadership Conference

Due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and in line with the UK Government advice, Maritime London and the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers are looking to reschedule the 2nd Maritime Leadership Conference...Read More

Due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and in line with the UK Government advice, Maritime London and the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers are looking to reschedule the 2nd Maritime Leadership Conference in 2021. More details to follow soon.

Conference themes will include:
•    Geo-economic outlook
•    Cultural leadership – using case studies
•    Leadership gaps on the horizon – age, gender, experience, etc
•    Blockchain – only a beefed-up Excel spreadsheet?
•    Dispelling myths and myth busters
•    Capacity building – what are the implications of China’s Belt and Road Initiative?
•    Battle of FDI – how do countries compete?
•    Tech panel


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 From: 18 Feb 2021

 To: 19 Feb 2021

 09:00 - 17:00

 Conference

 Evening Reception

 200 max


Meeting the Challenges of the Northwest Passage Expedition

The next webinar, ‘Meeting the Challenges of the Northwest Passage Expedition’ - something a little bit different and certainly off the beaten track, will be held on Thursday, February 11th...Read More

The next webinar, ‘Meeting the Challenges of the Northwest Passage Expedition’ – something a little bit different and certainly off the beaten track, will be held on Thursday, February 11th at 1-2pm GMT.

A team of adventurers is setting out to become the first to row the notorious 2,300 mile Arctic route between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Truly the “Last Great First”, the navigation of the Northwest Passage by rowing boat will raise worldwide awareness about the importance of ocean conservation and climate change.

As one of the Expedition’s sponsors, Solis Marine Consultants has partnered with Maritime London to present a special Webinar in association with members of the Northwest Passage Expedition.

During this session, Expedition Leader Leven Brown and crew member Phil Kite will explain the incredibly complex logistical and navigational challenges, the demands, the boats and the dangers the 15 rowers will face as they attempt the ultimate ocean to row.

Also on the panel, Solis Marine Co-Founder and Master Mariner John Simpson will reflect on just some of the historical and modern day challenges facing the intrepid explorers.

The session will be moderated by Maritime London Chief Executive Jos Standerwick.

To register, copy and paste https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/MaritimeLondon21 into your web browser (NB: Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari work best), and please feel free to forward this invitation to your colleagues and friends. If you experience difficulties with registering for this event please email us.


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Speakers:
Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London (Moderator); Panel line-up: Leven Brown, Expedition Leader; Phil Kite, Expedition Crew Member; John Simpson, Co-Founder & Master Mariner, Solis Marine;


 11 Feb 2021

 13:00 - 14:00

 Webinar

 1000 max


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