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Upcoming Events open to Maritime London members

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

N.B. If you are a member please login first and then visit the Members Events pages to register attendance.

Sea to City Project

In partnership with Foundation member Nautilus International Maritime London will be launching a mentoring scheme to support seafarers coming ashore into roles in maritime professional services. This project will be...Read More

In partnership with Foundation member Nautilus International Maritime London will be launching a mentoring scheme to support seafarers coming ashore into roles in maritime professional services. This project will be launched at a virtual event, more details will follow shortly.

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 24 Nov 2020

 13:00 - 16:30

 Seminar

 Lunch

 200 max


The case for sustainable ship recycling

This Maritime London and Lloyd’s Register have partnered to organise this live and interactive webinar, which will be moderated by Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive of Maritime London, and supported by...Read More

This Maritime London and Lloyd’s Register have partnered to organise this live and interactive webinar, which will be moderated by Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive of Maritime London, and supported by the British Embassy in Athens. The panel of experts will assess the economic case for sustainable ship recycling and the lifecycle considerations facing shipowners.

For more information and to register visit https://www.lr.org/en/maritime-london-ship-recycling-webinar/.

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Speakers:
Moderator: Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London; Ehud Bar-Lev, Global Manager, Ship Inspection & Assessment, Lloyd's Register; Martin Crawford-Brunt, CEO, RightShip; Jamie Dalzell, Senior Trader, GMS (Singapore); Jennifer Riley-James, Senior Ship Recycling Specialist, Lloyd's Register; James Turner, QC, Quadrant Chambers


 2 Dec 2020

 10:00 - 11:00

 Webinar

 1000 max


Safe carriage of Covid-19 vaccines webinar

Maritime London has partnered with member LOC to organise the “Safe carriage of Covid-19 vaccines” webinar on Thursday, 3rd December 13:00-14:00 GMT, which will focus on different considerations for the...Read More

Maritime London has partnered with member LOC to organise the “Safe carriage of Covid-19 vaccines” webinar on Thursday, 3rd December 13:00-14:00 GMT, which will focus on different considerations for the future safe transport of COVID-19 vaccines by sea.

The discussion points of this live and interactive webinar will include:

  • Marine transportation of the vaccine
  • Potential cargo claims from a P&I perspective
  • Casualty investigation scenarios

Register here. Follow this link to view the full agenda. Questions are welcome in advance to the webinar, please send your questions to enquiries@maritimelondon.com.

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Speakers:
Jos Standerwick - Chief Executive, Maritime London (Introduction); Simon Pollard - Naval Architect & Shipping Technical Director, LOC (Moderator); Amarinder Singh Brar - Master Mariner & Shipping Consultant, LOC; Thomas Starr - Senior Claims Director, Master Mariner & Solicitor, UK P&I Club; Rod Johnson - Marine Director, Master Mariner, Stephenson Harwood


 3 Dec 2020

 13:00 - 14:00

 Webinar

 1000 max


3rd Marine Insurance London 2020: Roadmap to a Sustainable Future

RESCHEDULED FROM a live event due to be taking place in March 2020, the Marine Insurance London will now be held digitally 8-10 December. Maritime London Chief Executive Jos Standerwick...Read More

RESCHEDULED FROM a live event due to be taking place in March 2020, the Marine Insurance London will now be held digitally 8-10 December. Maritime London Chief Executive Jos Standerwick will be moderating the session on Sulphur 2020 on December 9 15:40-16.30.


Where is this event taking place?

   etc.venues, 155 Bishopsgate, Spitalfields, London, EC2M 3YD, United Kingdom

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 9 Dec 2020

 15:40 - 16:30

 Conference


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


Where is this event taking place?

   United Kingdom

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 From: 18 Feb 2021

 To: 19 Feb 2021

 09:00 - 17:00

 Conference

 Evening Reception

 200 max




Past Maritime London events include

Maritime London Annual Dinner

Maritime London Annual Dinner will be replaced by a virtual event, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in line with the UK Government advice, details will be annouced shortly.This will...Read More

Maritime London Annual Dinner will be replaced by a virtual event, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in line with the UK Government advice, details will be annouced shortly.

This will be strictly for Maritime London members only. Members are encouraged to book early to avoid disappointment.


Where is this event taking place?

   The Royal Automobile Club, 89 Pall Mall, St James's, London, SW1Y 5HS, United Kingdom

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 19 Nov 2020

 18:00 - 23:00

 Annual Dinner

 Dinner

 250 max


EU EXIT: Preparing UK maritime businesses for the end of the transition period

With the uncertainty that still exists around the final settlement of the UK’s departure from the EU on December 31st 2020, this live and interactive webinar, hosted by Maritime London...Read More

With the uncertainty that still exists around the final settlement of the UK’s departure from the EU on December 31st 2020, this live and interactive webinar, hosted by Maritime London and co-organised with Hill Dickinson LLP,  will explore the practical issues importers and exporters of physical goods may experience, mitigation strategies and potential upsides for UK businesses. Register to attend https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/MaritimeLondon03.

No deal, individual sector arrangements or final free trade treaty. Any of these outcomes is possible in the run up to the end of the transition arrangements between the UK and the EU.  Whatever is agreed, if anything, there will be significant changes to customs procedures for importers and exporters. Recent news stories range from origin problems in the motor industry to the requirement for permits for lorries to enter Kent. It is absolutely necessary for importers and exporters and businesses involved in the cross border movement of goods to take stock of the current situation. This webinar is an important part of that process.


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   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Moderator: Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, MARITIME LONDON; Speakers:George Kelly, Partner, HILL DICKINSON LLP; Paul Samrah, Partner, MOORE KINGSTON SMITH LLP; Julian Walker, Chief Commercial Officer, ASSOCIATED BRITISH PORTS


 12 Nov 2020

 13:00 - 14:00

 Webinar

 1000 max


Global tax reform in the context of commercial shipping structures

Tax reform from the EU and OECD has never been so rapid, and this time, shipping while not an explicit target in most cases, is having to change. The effects...Read More

Tax reform from the EU and OECD has never been so rapid, and this time, shipping while not an explicit target in most cases, is having to change. The effects range from accepting a higher tax charge to changing ship ownership, higher freight taxes, and potentially loosing contracts to companies which have more acceptable structures.

This live and interactive webinar, which is hosted by Maritime London,  supported by the UK Department for International Trade and the British Embassy Athens, and run as part of the Posidonia Web Forums Week, will examine what the future may hold and strategies to deal with changes.

To attend please register using the link below. If you experience problems please copy https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/MaritimeLondon02 and paste the link into an alternative internet browser or email enquiries@maritimelondon.com stating the name, surname and email address of the attendee.


Where is this event taking place?

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

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Speakers:
Moderator: JOS STANDERWICK Chief Executive, Maritime London; Welcome address: KATE SMITH CMG British Ambassador to Greece; Presenters: DAVID EVANS Associate Partner, International Tax and Transaction Services, Ernst & Young LLP; RICHARD STEPHENS Partner in the Tax Group, Watson Farley & Williams LLP


 23 Oct 2020

 09:30 - 10:30

 Webinar

 1000 max


Understanding the Latest UK Advisory on Sanctions

The UK’s Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) recently published financial sanctions guidance for entities and individuals operating within the maritime shipping sector (the Maritime Guidance). Maritime London is pleased...Read More

The UK’s Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) recently published financial sanctions guidance for entities and individuals operating within the maritime shipping sector (the Maritime Guidance). Maritime London is pleased to host this live and interactive webinar, at which OFSI and the Department for Transport (DfT) will discuss the Maritime Guidance, including what it covers and how it supports the industry. There will also be a roundtable discussion with leading legal and insurance experts exploring the latest trends in the maritime sanctions environment.


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   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
JOS STANDERWICK, Chief Executive, Maritime London (Moderator); FREYA PAGE, Head of Guidance and Engagement, Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation, HM Treasury; MARK HOLLELEY, Transport Sanctions Policy Lead, International and Trade Policy Division, DfT; SIMON LOCKWOOD, Deputy Managing Director, Shipowners and Special Risks, Willis Towers Watson & Chair, LIIBA Marine Committee; DANIEL MARTIN, Partner, HFW; MIKE SALTHOUSE, Global Director (Claims), North Group & Chair, International Group Sanctions Committee;


 1 Oct 2020

 14:00 - 15:00

 Webinar

 1000 max


Cyber Security: Navigating towards IMO 2021 and beyond

The IMO’s Reso­lution on ‘Maritime Cyber Risk Management in Safety Management Systems’ is due to be implemented in January 2021. However, as the world addresses the challenges of COVID-19, the...Read More

The IMO’s Reso­lution on ‘Maritime Cyber Risk Management in Safety Management Systems’ is due to be implemented in January 2021. However, as the world addresses the challenges of COVID-19, the agenda has also increasingly become about new digital ways of working and the accelerating level of cyber threats and scams. As cyber attacks become ever more sophisticated with state players involved, are the systems onboard ships more vulnerable, are they sufficiently protected and is the response preparedness of ship managers up to the task? Is this an opportunity to shape the future of cyber secure shipping?

Use the register link below. NB: best to use Chrome, copy and paste this link https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/MaritimeLondon10.


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   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London (Moderator); Chris Adams, Managing Director, Head of European Syndicate & Loss Prevention, Steamship Insurance Management Services Ltd; Philip Roche, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP; Anu Khurmi, Managing Director, Global Services & MCERT Leader, Templar Executives Ltd


 23 Jul 2020

 13:00 - 14:00

 Webinar

 500 max


Utilisation of Data when assessing marine casualties

Our ninth in the series of webinars, UTILISATION OF DATA WHEN ASSESSING MARINE CASUALTIES has been organised in partnership with Solis Marine Consultants and will be hosted by Maritime London...Read More

Our ninth in the series of webinars, UTILISATION OF DATA WHEN ASSESSING MARINE CASUALTIES has been organised in partnership with Solis Marine Consultants and will be hosted by Maritime London Chief Executive Jos Standerwick on 16 July 2020 at 1-2pm (BST).

This live and interactive webinar will explore how the use of digital data can provide the rapid modelling of events leading up to marine claims and to challenge statements and other imprecise evidence, featuring video clips of digital reconstructions and concluding with a Q&A session. Talking points will include:

➢   Availability and limitations of data in the marine environment
➢   Beyond AIS; further use of data to enhance and develop claims resolution
➢   P&I and Admiralty law perspectives

To register for the webinar please use this link.


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   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London (Moderator); Richard Meikle, Partner, Master Mariner, Solis Marine Consultants; Duncan Campbell, AIS & VDR Analyst, Solis Marine Consultants; Ajaz Peermohamed, Vice President, Global Head of Collision Claims, Gard; Ron Clark, Admiralty Manager, Reed Smith LLP


 16 Jul 2020

 13:00 - 14:00

 Webinar


The rise of tech in the time of Covid-19

Organised by Maritime London in partnership with Lloyd’s Register, the ‘Rise of Tech in the Time of Covid-19’ webinar was held on Thursday, 11 June 2020 1-2pm (BST).In this questions...Read More

Organised by Maritime London in partnership with Lloyd’s Register, the ‘Rise of Tech in the Time of Covid-19’ webinar was held on Thursday, 11 June 2020 1-2pm (BST).

In this questions and answers session with representatives from flag, class and a shipowner, moderated by Maritime London board member Phil Parry, we explored how remote capability supported the industry during this challenging situation and how the new normal might transform trade in the decade ahead.

Talking points included:
➢   An assessment of how the use and acceptance of remote surveys has changed in recent months
➢   Will what is a necessity today become tomorrow’s norm?
➢   What new procedures, regulations and technologies may need to be developed and adopted?

Replay the video here.


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   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Simon Bonnett, Senior Vice-President - Technical, International Registries; Andrew McKeran, Commercial Director – Marine and Offshore, Lloyd's Register; Phil Parry, Director, Maritime London & Chairman, Spinnaker Global; Cliff Roberts, QSE Director, James Fisher (Shipping Services) Ltd


 11 Jun 2020

 13:00 - 14:00

 Webinar


COVID-19: How ports and shipping keep goods moving as the world stands still

Join Maritime London and EY trade professionals across the globe as they explore the challenges and risks COVID-19 has created for the ports’ ecosystem – and how it’s responding.Over 80%...Read More

Join Maritime London and EY trade professionals across the globe as they explore the challenges and risks COVID-19 has created for the ports’ ecosystem – and how it’s responding.

Over 80% of goods are transported by sea, making ports, their terminals and shipping lines the backbone of global trade. Collaboration between this ecosystem is essential to keeping goods flowing and economies running. This means that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on supply and demand has had a profound effect on an industry already challenged by trade disruption.

In our webcast, we’ll discuss these impacts in more detail and look at how the industry can weather the storm.

Among the topics we’ll cover are:
►     The knock-on effect that supply chains disrupted by COVID-19 are having on ports, terminals and shipping lines
►     The immediate challenges facing port and terminal operators
►     How port operators, terminal operators and shippers need to adapt to a dramatically different global trade environment
►     How do port ecosystems work with each other and their partners on a level playing field

To attend please register here.


Where is this event taking place?

   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Shaun Crawford, Vice Chair Global Industry, Ernst & Young Global Services Ltd; Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London; Jonathan Beard, Partner, Infrastructure Advisory, Ernst & Young Transactions Ltd; Trevor Crowe, Director, Market Research, Clarkson Research Services Limited; Tiemen Meester, Chief Operating Officer Ports & Terminals, DP World; Wim Dillen, International Development Manager, Port of Antwerp; James Wainwright, Business Lead, Global Trade Technology, Ernst & Young Global Services Ltd

Hosted by:
EY


 26 May 2020

 13:00 - 14:00

 Webinar

 1000 max


Impact of COVID-19 on ship construction and maintenance: practical and contractual implications

We are pleased to announce the sixth in the series of webinars - “Impact of COVID-19 on ship construction and maintenance: practical and contractual implications”, co-organised with Ince, which will...Read More

We are pleased to announce the sixth in the series of webinars – “Impact of COVID-19 on ship construction and maintenance: practical and contractual implications”, co-organised with Ince, which will be held on Thursday, 14 May at 13:00-14:00 (UK time).

This live webinar will explore:
What is the immediate impact of COVID-19 on shipbuilding, and as a result on shipowners?
How have the supply chain and workforce been affected?
To what extent service activities have been disrupted, and what solutions are being adopted by the industry?
What could be the contractual consequences of the delays and disruption to processes?

AGENDA
Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London – Introduction & Q&A moderator

Thomas Bracewell, Newbuildings, Arrow Shipbroking – Overcoming the operational and commercial challenges facing ship construction and delivery, as a result of the Covid-19 health crisis.

Joshua LaVire, Vice President, Regional Operations – Europe, ABS – Minimizing operational interruptions caused from COVID-19 by leveraging digital tools to enable remote surveys and more virtual operations.

Chris Kidd, Shipbuilding & Offshore Construction Head, Partner, Ince – Using the shipbuilding contract to manage the impact of Covid-19 delays: force majeure notices, inspections, tests and trials, claims for liquidated damages and termination.

The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session. Register to attend here.


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   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London; Thomas Bracewell, Newbuildings, Arrow Shipbroking; Joshua LaVire, Vice President, Regional Operations - Europe, ABS; Chris Kidd, Shipbuilding & Offshore Construction Head, Partner, Ince


 14 May 2020

 13:00 - 14:00

 Webinar

 500 max


Ship Finance in the age of COVID-19

We are pleased to announce the fifth in the series of webinars - “Ship finance in the age of COVID-19”, co-organised with Watson Farley Williams LLP, which will be held...Read More

We are pleased to announce the fifth in the series of webinars – “Ship finance in the age of COVID-19”, co-organised with Watson Farley Williams LLP, which will be held on Wednesday, 6 May at 13:00-14:00 (UK time).

With the impact of Covid-19 reaching beyond the Cruise and RoRo markets, this live webinar will explore how ship finance providers are responding to the conundrum in front of them as they react to a pandemic-related economic slowdown, unlike anything seen in living memory. The discussion will focus on the current landscape and the immediate challenges both financiers and shipowners are experiencing and some of the fundamental questions that the ship financiers are having to face as the consequences of the crisis begin to become apparent. The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session.

To register please use this link.


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   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London; Lindsey Keeble, Partner, Head - Global Maritime Sector & Head - Assets & Structured Finance, Watson Farley Williams LLP; George Paleokrassas, Partner & Head of Greece, Watson Farley Williams LLP; Stephen Fewster, Global Head of Transportation Finance, ING Bank


 6 May 2020

 13:00 - 14:00

 Webinar

 500 max


How English Shipping Law has Responded to the Covid-19 Crisis

As part of the series of COVID-19 webinars, “How English Shipping Law has Responded to the Covid-19 Crisis”, co-organised by Maritime London and Quadrant Chambers, which will be held on...Read More

As part of the series of COVID-19 webinars, “How English Shipping Law has Responded to the Covid-19 Crisis”, co-organised by Maritime London and Quadrant Chambers, which will be held on Tuesday, 5 May at 14:00-15:00 (UK time). Please use this link to register.

Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive of Maritime London will moderate our panel. The panel will consider how the English legal system is responding to the current COVID-19 crisis.

Robert Thomas QC of Quadrant Chambers will review the formal guidance given by the Courts as well as relevant decisions.  He will also give his experience of remote hearings in this new era, including the the advocate’s view and practical tips as to how best to prepare for and conduct such hearings.

Ian Gaunt, President of the London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA) will look at the rapid adoption of conferencing facilities for conducting LMAA hearings. He will also report on the LMAA Working Group established to give feedback on the conduct of remote hearings, to understand problems which the parties may be facing and to organise basic training in the use of conferencing facilities for arbitrators.

Mark Lloyd, Partner at Kennedys LLP will consider how are practitioners in the service sector working together to ensure that hearings, mediations, applications and the myriad of logistical issues proceed enabling parties to manage claims, disputes and proceedings. And once lockdown has been eased, what will be the ‘new normal’? How will the industry choose to utilise the experiences from this period to the benefit of all going forward.

To register please use the link provided below. The webinar will be held using the Zoom platform. Once registered, you will be sent the webinar link and other joining instructions.


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   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London; Robert Thomas QC, Quadrant Chambers; Ian Gaunt, President, London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA); Mark Lloyd, Partner, Kennedys LLP

Hosted by:
Quadrant Chambers


 5 May 2020

 14:00 - 15:00

 Webinar

 500 max


COVID-19 webinar: Managing Maritime Cash Flow

The effects of COVID-19 are being felt by businesses around the globe. From travel bans affecting employees to industry supply chain issues, it’s crucial businesses have access to the most...Read More

The effects of COVID-19 are being felt by businesses around the globe. From travel bans affecting employees to industry supply chain issues, it’s crucial businesses have access to the most up-to-date information. Register HERE.

This COVID-19 webinar aimed at SMEs is organised by BDO LLP in partnership with Maritime London for the UK maritime community. The event will outline the measures announced by the UK Government and explain how businesses can access them, with an added focus on managing cash flow. The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session.

BDO LLP has extensive experience delivering audit and assurance, tax and advisory services to the maritime sector.

AGENDA
ECONOMIC OVERVIEW Peter Hemington, Corporate Finance Partner and Head of M&A
COVID-19 LOANS Ross McDonald, Partner and Head of Debt Advisory
SUSPENSION OF WRONGFUL TRADING PROVISIONS Matthew Tait, Business Restructuring Partner
COVID-19 FOR EMPLOYERS Claire Murray, Employment Tax Director
VAT CONSIDERATIONS Glyn Woodhouse, VAT Partner
TIME TO PAY Dawn Register, Partner, Head of Tax Disputes
SELF EMPLOYED Dawn Register, Head of Tax Disputes
Q&A Speaker panel led by Richard Greiner, Shipping Partner

Use this link below to register. Should you have any issues with registering please contact Heloise Beresford at BDO.


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   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Peter Hemington, Corporate Finance Partner and Head of M&A, BDO LLP; Ross McDonald, Partner and Head of Debt Advisory, BDO LLP; Matthew Tait, Business Restructuring Partner, BDO LLP; Claire Murray, Employment Tax Director, BDO LLP; Glyn Woodhouse, VAT Partner, BDO LLP; Dawn Register, Partner, Head of Tax Disputes, BDO LLP; Dawn Register, Head of Tax Disputes, BDO LLP; Richard Greiner, Shipping Partner, BDO LLP

Hosted by:
BDO LLP


 8 Apr 2020

 14:30 - 16:00

 Webinar

 1000 max


US Port Access, P&I Assistance and Crisis Communications Webinar

The next in the Maritime London series of webinars on the impact of COVID-19 organised jointly with Members, will focus on the US Port Access, P&I Assistance and Crisis Communications....Read More

The next in the Maritime London series of webinars on the impact of COVID-19 organised jointly with Members, will focus on the US Port Access, P&I Assistance and Crisis Communications. The one-hour-long live and interactive webinar will take place on Monday, 6 April 2020 at 14:30 GMT+01:00. Register HERE.

Three expert speakers will take a practical look at COVID-19 related issues facing ship managers and operators in US ports and around the world.

Focus:

  • An update on COVID-19 from North America, including updated CDC and USCG guidance
  • The impact COVID-19 is having on seafarers and how P&I clubs are assisting their members globally
  • The media response to COVID-19 including global coverage patterns, communicating about suspected cases and managing non pandemic related incidents.

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   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Jos Standerwick, CEO, Maritime London; Dustin Eno, COO & Crisis Response Manager, Navigate Response; Ian Carter, Associate Director, The London P&I Club; Sean Rock, Associate Managing Director, Witt O'Brien's

Hosted by:
Navigate Response


 6 Apr 2020

 14:30 - 15:30

 Webinar

 1000 max


COVID-19 Shipping Market Update Webinar

Maritime London members are invited to register for the first in a series of webinars facilitated by foundation member Hill Dickinson LLP.COVID-19 Shipping Market Update 23rd March @ 15:00-16:0015.00 IntroductionJos...Read More

Maritime London members are invited to register for the first in a series of webinars facilitated by foundation member Hill Dickinson LLP.

COVID-19 Shipping Market Update 23rd March @ 15:00-16:00

15.00 Introduction
Jos Standerwick Chief Executive, Maritime London

Market update
Henry Curra, Head of Research, Braemar ACM

The contractual view – Demurrage, ship building delay clauses and the applicability of force majeure.
Beth Bradley, Partner, Hill Dickinson LLP

Practical problems and the role of P&I – Some of the difficulties faced in the handling of routine crew claims as a result of the virus outbreak and general concerns raised by Members.
Ella Hagell, Divisional Director, Britannia P&I Club

Q&A from the ‘virtual floor’

Please register here on the website (you need to be logged in) or by email. The joining instructions will be sent to the registered participants later in the week.


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   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Beth Bradley, Partner, Hill Dickinson LLP; Henry Curra, Head of Research, Braemar ACM; Ella Hagell, Divisional Director, Britannia P&I Club; Jos Standerwick, Chief Executive, Maritime London


 23 Mar 2020

 15:00 - 16:00

 Webinar

 200 max


Annual General Meeting – 24 January 2020

Maritime London Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on Friday, 24 January 10:00-11:00 at the Baltic Exchange, 38 St Mary Axe, London EC3A 8BH. The meeting will be preceeded...Read More

Maritime London Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on Friday, 24 January 10:00-11:00 at the Baltic Exchange, 38 St Mary Axe, London EC3A 8BH. The meeting will be preceeded by a networking breakfast 09:30-10:00.

Please book your attendance on the website (NB: you need to be logged in) or let us know by email enquiries@maritimelondon.com.


Where is this event taking place?

   The Baltic Exchange, 38 St Mary Axe, London, EC3A 8EX, United Kingdom

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 24 Jan 2020

 09:30 - 11:00

 AGM

 Breakfast

 50 max


Maritime London IMIF Pre-Dinner Seminar 2019

The seminar will be held prior to the Maritime London IMIF Annual Dinner at the The Royal Automobile Club in Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5HS, on Wednesday, 27th November 15:30-18:00.Sanctions...Read More

The seminar will be held prior to the Maritime London IMIF Annual Dinner at the The Royal Automobile Club in Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5HS, on Wednesday, 27th November 15:30-18:00.

Sanctions and their impact on international trade and shipping

Focus: In the fractious geopolitical environment that exists, the use of sanctions by nation-states and supranational bodies as a tool to change the behaviour of other nation-states is increasing rapidly. These sanctions have a serious effect on the free and global movement of trade. Sanctions are often broadly defined and far-reaching, creating a complex compliance that has serious implications for multiple stakeholders within the industry.

This seminar will explore the wide-reaching implications of sanctions on owners, insurers, flag states and financiers, the effect they are having on the industry and what can be done to avoid potential breaches.


Where is this event taking place?

   The Royal Automobile Club, 89 Pall Mall, St. James's, London, SW1Y 5HS, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Moderator: Daniel Martin, HFW; Panellists will include: Shreyas Chipalkatty, Global Head of Shipping, Citigroup; Rob Lomas, Regulatory Administration Manager, International Registries; Guy Sear, Executive Director, IHS Maritime & Trade; Ewa Szteinduchert, Divisional Claims Director, The Standard Club


 27 Nov 2019

 15:30 - 18:00

 Seminar

 Evening Reception

 100 max


Maritime London IMIF Annual Dinner 2019

Maritime London IMIF Annual Dinner will be held at the new venue this year, The Royal Automobile Club in Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5HS, on Wednesday, 27th November. THE DINNER...Read More

Maritime London IMIF Annual Dinner will be held at the new venue this year, The Royal Automobile Club in Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5HS, on Wednesday, 27th November. THE DINNER HAS NOW SOLD OUT

The dress code is Lounge Suit. As before, the Dinner will be preceded by a seminar and a drinks reception.


Where is this event taking place?

   The Royal Automobile Club, 89 Pall Mall, St James's, London, SW1Y 5HS, United Kingdom

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 27 Nov 2019

 18:30 - 23:00

 Annual Dinner

 Dinner

 200 max


UK-China Maritime Services Exchange

The UK-China Maritime Services Exchange event, held as part of the London International Shipping Week 2019, will bring together leading representatives from the Chinese shipping sector and UK experts from...Read More

The UK-China Maritime Services Exchange event, held as part of the London International Shipping Week 2019, will bring together leading representatives from the Chinese shipping sector and UK experts from the maritime services sector to discuss two of the most topical issues affecting the maritime industries today, please download the agenda here.

Maritime London is joining forces with the Chinese Shipping Association of London (CSAL) and Xinde Marine News, to co-organise a sino-UK day of activities, hosted by the UK Department of International Trade (DIT) as part of their Global Trade Hub @ London International Shipping Week 2019 at the iconic Leadenhall Building (Cheesegrater).

The event will also offer an opportunity for UK and Chinese companies to discuss potential collaboration in a scheduled face-to-face meeting at a dedicated venue (121 Meetings), with translating services available on request, and over a networking lunch.

Maritime London members can register on the website. Non-members: please email us to on enquiries@maritimelondon.com to request an invitation.

In addition, after lunch, delegates are invited to the ‘Maritime Technology Showcase’ followed by a drinks reception, both held on the naval vessel RFA Lyme Bay (courtesy of Department for Transport). Maritime London members are welcome to register for this event separately, please email enquiries@maritimelondon.com us your request by July 29th, or as soon as possible.


Where is this event taking place?

   The Leadenhall Building, 122 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3V 4AB, United Kingdom

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Hosted by:
Department for International Trade


 11 Sep 2019

 10:00 - 14:00

 Conference

 Buffet lunch

 100 max


Green Finance, Supporting a Zero Emission Maritime Future

Co-organised by the Department for Transport (DfT) and Maritime London the Green Finance, supporting a zero emission maritime future event will be held on Wednesday, 11th September 17:00-18:30 also as...Read More

Co-organised by the Department for Transport (DfT) and Maritime London the Green Finance, supporting a zero emission maritime future event will be held on Wednesday, 11th September 17:00-18:30 also as part of the Global Trade Hub @ London International Shipping Week 2019 at Landing Forty Two of the Leadenhall Building (Cheesegrater).

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The event aims to promote Green Finance within the Maritime sector amongst lenders, borrowers and intermediaries. This session focuses on how green finance can be harnessed to respond to the ambitious decarbonisation challenge the UK government has set. It will discuss how the UK can position itself to be a leader in this field. More information to follow soon.

Maritime London members can register here on the website or by email, also email on enquiries@maritimelondon.com if you would like to request an invitation for your clients or business partners.

NB: a valid ID is required to enter the Leadenhall Building.


Where is this event taking place?

   Landing 42, Leadenhall Building, 122 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3V 4AB, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Claire McAllister, Deputy Director, Maritime Environment & Financial Incentives, Department for Transport, HMG; Nusrat Ghani, Minister for Maritime, Department for Transport, HMG; Sir Roger Gifford, Chairman of the Green Finance Institute, City of London Corporation, Senior Banker, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken; Edward Hogg, Deputy Head of Green Finance, Department for Business, Environment and Industrial Strategy, HMG; Lindsey Keeble, Global Maritime Sector Head, Watson Farley & Williams and a Partner in the Asset Finance group in London; Paul Taylor, Global Head of Shipping, Société Générale, Tony Foster, CEO, Marine Capital; Stephen Fewster, Global Head of Shipping Finance, ING; Katharine Palmer, Global Head of Sustainability, Marine & Offshore, Lloyd’s Register; Stephen Potts, Head of Commercial Operations, Silverstream Technologies; Noah Silberschmidt, CEO, Silverstream Technologies; Sheena Amin, Senior Policy Advisor, Maritime Business Services

Hosted by:
DfT


 11 Sep 2019

 17:00 - 18:30

 100 max


London Maritime Arbitration in a Changing World

The London Maritime Arbitration in a Changing Word event is co-organised by London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA) and Maritime London, and hosted by Reed Smith in their offices in The...Read More

The London Maritime Arbitration in a Changing Word event is co-organised by London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA) and Maritime London, and hosted by Reed Smith in their offices in The Broadgate Tower, in  as part of the London International Shipping Week 2019THE EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED.

The event will consist of a seminar, which will focus on major issues affecting maritime arbitration globally, and will be followed by a networking lunch.

Engaging practitioners and users of London arbitration will explore the reasons behind the continued dominance of London arbitration in shipping disputes and why London is uniquely placed to respond to the challenges of a fast changing shipping industry.

To attend and/or register your colleagues/visitors please email info@lmaa.london. Maritime London members are able to register themselves here on the website.


Where is this event taking place?

   Reed Smith LLP, The Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street, London, EC2A 2RS, United Kingdom

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Hosted by:
Reed Smith LLP


 10 Sep 2019

 11:00 - 14:00

 Seminar

 Buffet lunch

 100 max


Container Ship Casualties, Causes and Consequences – the Industry Debates

LOC and Clyde & Co, in association with Maritime London, will co-host a lunchtime panel debate on container ship casualties. The event will be held in Clyde & Co’s office...Read More

LOC and Clyde & Co, in association with Maritime London, will co-host a lunchtime panel debate on container ship casualties. The event will be held in Clyde & Co’s office in St Botolph Building, 138 Houndsditch, London EC3A 7AR on Tuesday, 10th September 11:30-14:30. Maximum attendance for this event is 120 persons and we are expecting a full house so please register your interest to attend as soon as possible. The event will build on the success of the LOC’s Asian Marine Casualty Forum held earlier this year in Singapore. More details will follow soon.

With so many container ship casualties, the causes and their consequences demand careful examination by all interested parties. Are SOLAS fire regulations adequate? Is container isolation practical? Can misdeclaration of cargoes be prevented? Training ashore and afloat – what is lacking? General Average and Common Law obligations. Is the industry taking enough action?

To attend please register your interest by emailing LOC using this link.


Where is this event taking place?

   Clyde & Co LLP, St Botolph Building, St Botolph Building, London, EC3A 7AR, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
David Tozer – Independent Consultant & former Lloyd’s Register; Amarinder Singh Brar – Master Mariner at LOC; Dan Jackson – Partner at Burgoynes; Rob Collins – Partner at Clyde & Co; more names to follow soon

Hosted by:
LOC & Clyde & Co


 10 Sep 2019

 11:30 - 14:30

 Seminar

 Buffet lunch

 120 max


The UK’s Maritime Offering: Supporting the Entire Vessel Lifecycle

HFW, in association with Maritime London, is delighted to invite you to the HMG-Maritime UK Global Trade Hub within the iconic Cheesegrater Building for our London International Shipping Week symposium...Read More

HFW, in association with Maritime London, is delighted to invite you to the HMG-Maritime UK Global Trade Hub within the iconic Cheesegrater Building for our London International Shipping Week symposium entitled “The UK’s Maritime Offering: Supporting the entire vessel lifecycle” on Tuesday 10th September 08:00-10:00. Please download the invitation here.

The UK is home to a world leading maritime cluster of ship owners, financiers, professional service providers and trade bodies, all of whom are regarded as Thought Leaders in their respective fields.

At our symposium, you will hear senior thought leaders from every part of the cluster, including, deliver five minute ‘hot topic’ presentations in relation to their areas of expertise.

Please let us know whether you are able to attend by emailing your response or any queries to events@hfw.com.

Venue: Landing Forty Two, The Leadenhall Building, 122 Leadenhall St, London, EC3V 4AB. Times: Registration – 8am to 8.30am; Symposium – 8.30am to 10.00am.


Where is this event taking place?

   Landing Forty Two, The Leadenhall Building, 122 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3V 4AB, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Bob Bishop, V.Ships; Michael Parker, Citi Bank; Chris Bhatt, Aon

Hosted by:
HFW


 10 Sep 2019

 08:00 - 10:00

 100 max


London’s Competitiveness as a Shipping Cluster

The London’s Competitiveness as a Shipping Cluster event will be held on Monday, September 9th from 9:30 (registration & light breakfast on arrival for 10am start) to 12:30 (followed by...Read More

The London’s Competitiveness as a Shipping Cluster event will be held on Monday, September 9th from 9:30 (registration & light breakfast on arrival for 10am start) to 12:30 (followed by a networking lunch until 14:00) at the Livery Hall of the historic Guildhall building as part of the London International Shipping Week 2019.

During this event Maritime London, Department for Transport (DfT) and City of London Corporation will formally launch the report on the London and the UK’s maritime professional services sector, its current market position, analysis of the strengths and weaknesses, and recommendations to ensure London and the UK remain the world’s leading maritime services cluster. Download the full agenda here.

The event will feature Welcome Addresses by Nusrat Ghani MP, Minister for Maritime, Deputy Catherine McGuinness, Chair of the Policy and Resources Committee, City of London Corporation and Lord Mountevans, Chairman, Maritime London, then David Smith, Director at PwC and one of the report’s authors will present a summary of the findings, followed by a panel discussion during which leading practitioners will explore and discuss the latest trends and developments within the maritime professional services sector, and how the UK-based players respond to the challenges and opportunities arising from the changes.

Attendance is by invitation only, Maritime London members can register on the website or email us on enquiries@maritimelondon.com. Non-members are welcome, please request an invitation via this link.


Where is this event taking place?

   Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London, EC2V 7HH, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Welcome Addresses: Nusrat Ghani MP, Minister for Maritime; Deputy Catherine McGuinness, Chair of the Policy and Resources Committee, City of London Corporation; Lord Mountevans, Chairman, Maritime London; Presentation: David Smith, Director, PwC (one of the report's authors); Panelists: Tony Foster, CEO/CIO, Marine Capital Ltd
; Mark Jackson, CEO, The Baltic Exchange
; Mark Lloyd, Chairman, Admiralty Solicitors Group & Partner, Kennedys Law
; Claire McAllister, Head of Maritime Environment, Technology and Innovation, DfT
; Michael Parker, Chairman of Global Shipping, Logistics and Offshore business, Citigroup; David Smith, Director, PwC

Hosted by:
City of London Corporation


 9 Sep 2019

 09:30 - 14:00

 Conference

 Buffet lunch

 100 max


5th Greek-British Shipping Forum

Maritime London and the British Embassy in Greece will hold the 5th edition of the Greek-British Shipping Forum on Wednesday, 26th June 2019 at the British Ambassador’s Residence in Athens.Co-organised...Read More

Maritime London and the British Embassy in Greece will hold the 5th edition of the Greek-British Shipping Forum on Wednesday, 26th June 2019 at the British Ambassador’s Residence in Athens.

Co-organised by Maritime London and the Department for International Trade in Greece, the seminar will commence at 10am and consist of two sessions – ‘Innovation in Marine Insurance’ and ‘Assessing Ship Finance Options’, concluding with a networking lunch 13.30-14.30pm.

The event is by invitation only. Please email all queries to enquiries@maritimelondon.com.


Where is this event taking place?

   British Ambassador's Residence in Athens, 1 Ploutarchou Street, Athens, 106 75, Greece

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Speakers:
HE Kate Smith, UK Ambassador to Greece; Lord Mountevans, Chairman, Maritime London; Stephen Gordon, Managing Director, Clarkson Research; Graham Candy, Head Commercial Management Unit, UK Ship Register; Gordon Robertson, Director - Greece, North of England P&I Club (Moderator & Introductory remarks); Simon Lockwood, Senior Director, Marine, Willis Towers Watson; Nick Maddalena, Head of Insurance Business, Windward; Captain Richard Meikle, General Manager, Solis Marine Consultants; P&I Club representative; Richard Greiner, Partner, Shipping & Transport, BDO; Dipak Karki, Head of Financial Advisory & Capital, Galbraith’s; Lindsey Keeble, Watson Farley Williams LLP (Moderator); Elias Sakellis, Chief Investment Officer, Borealis Maritime & Director, Australis Maritime; Anthony Zolotas, CEO, Eurofin (Introductory remarks)

Hosted by:
UK Embassy in Athens


 26 Jun 2019

 10:00 - 14:30

 Conference

 Lunch

 100 max


13th Annual Maritime HR Conference

The 13th Annual Maritime HR Conference is the largest gathering of maritime HR professionals who represent some of the biggest global shipowners and shipmanagers.The conference is an excellent opportunity to...Read More

The 13th Annual Maritime HR Conference is the largest gathering of maritime HR professionals who represent some of the biggest global shipowners and shipmanagers.

The conference is an excellent opportunity to network with peers within the industry, listen to informative sessions from industry-renowned speakers, participate in interactive sessions and discuss the key issues facing the maritime industry today.

This year the two-day event will be held at The Grange City Hotel, London, just a few metres from the iconic Tower Bridge.

To attend, support or with any queries please contact Helen McCaughran at Spinnaker Global: hmccaughran@spinnaker-global.com or +44 (0) 1702 481 643.

 


Where is this event taking place?

   Grange City, Hotel Coopers Row, London, EC3N 2BQ, United Kingdom

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Hosted by:
Spinnaker Global


 From: 9 May 2019

 To: 10 May 2019

 09:00 - 17:00

 Full social programme

 100 max


Seatrade Awards Dinner 2019 & Pre-Dinner Parliamentary Debate

Seatrade would like to invite you to join the Awards Ceremony & Dinner taking place at  London’s prestigious Guildhall on Tuesday, 7th May, offering an exclusive 20% discount (please email...Read More

Seatrade would like to invite you to join the Awards Ceremony & Dinner taking place at  London’s prestigious Guildhall on Tuesday, 7th May, offering an exclusive 20% discount (please email us to obtain the code) to fellow Maritime London members.

Professor Dame Jane Francis, Director of the British Antarctic Survey with over 15 polar science expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctica to her name, will be opening the ceremony on the night.

This year’s Awards attendees will also have a chance to take part in a brand new Parliamentary-style debate, which will examine the arguments both for and against the highly emotive topic of smart shipping, with the result announced during the Awards ceremony later in the evening.

What are your thoughts about smart shipping? Join the big debate and get your views across in the same room as leading industry heavyweights on the motion:
‘This House believes that the early adoption of smart technology and automation will be an unqualified benefit for the maritime industry at sea and on land’.

The debate will be chaired by Maritime London’s vice-chairman & Maritime UK chairman Harry Theochari, Partner – Global Head of Transport, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, moreover, several of the panelists are also Maritime London members.

Maritime London members will benefit from a 20% discount (for new bookings only, please email for more details).

Table of 10 guests – £2,145 plus VAT if booked before 25 April 2019; £2,415 plus VAT thereafter
Individual place – £248 plus VAT if booked before 25 April 2019; £270 plus VAT thereafter.

To book your place please copy the link below:

https://www.eventsforce.net/cmpi/frontend/reg/tRegisterEmailNew.csp?pageID=478464&eventID=980&tempPersonID=1123522


Where is this event taking place?

   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Harry Theochari, Partner – Global Head of Transport, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, Chairman, Maritime UK & Vice-Chairman, Maritime London; Julian Clark, Global Head of Shipping, Hill Dickinson LLP; John Platsidakis, Honorary Chairman of Intercargo; Director of Angelicoussis Shipping Group Ltd; Managing Director of Maran Dry Management Inc.; Ronald Spithout, President Maritime, Inmarsat; Capt John Lloyd, Chief Executive Officer, The Nautical Institute; Michael Parker, Global Industry Head Shipping and Logistics, Citigroup; Paddy Rodgers, Chief Executive Officer, Euronav; Guest of Honour: Professor Dame Jane Francis, Director of the British Antarctic Survey


 7 May 2019

 16:00 - 23:00

 Awards Ceremony

 Dinner

 100 max


MARINE DATA TECHNOLOGIES – Practical Applications for Claims and Loss Prevention

Solis Marine Consultants in partnership with Reed Smith LLP would like to invite fellow Maritime London members to a half-day event ‘MARINE DATA TECHNOLOGIES - Practical Applications for Claims and...Read More

Solis Marine Consultants in partnership with Reed Smith LLP would like to invite fellow Maritime London members to a half-day event ‘MARINE DATA TECHNOLOGIES – Practical Applications for Claims and Loss Prevention’.

The event will be held on Wednesday, 1st May commencing at 13:45 for the 14:00 start, consisting of three sessions and will be followed by a drinks reception at 17:30, in the offices of Reed Smith LLP in The Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street, London EC2A 2RS. Please download the inivitation here.

In recent years the use of marine data for incident investigation has become routine but approaches used in response to claims can also assist with loss prevention. The purpose of this seminar is to discuss the types of available data and highlight some recent developments in the use of marine data across the insurance industry.

More information will be available soon. To attend, please email us or register on the website (only available to Maritime London members with their personal logins, if you mislaid them please email us).


Where is this event taking place?

   Reed Smith LLP, The Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street, London, EC2A 2RS, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Duncan Campbell, Solis Marine Consultants; Richard Gunn, Partner, Reed Smith; Simon Hindley, Solis Marine Engineering Ltd; John Simpson, Senior Partner, Solis Marine Consultants; Mark Williams, Shipping Strategy Ltd;

Hosted by:
Solis Marine & Reed Smith


 1 May 2019

 13:45 - 18:30

 Seminar

 Evening Reception

 100 max


Marine Casualties – What to Expect When the Unexpected Happens

We are pleased to invite you to our next networking event organised by ASG (Admiralty Solicitors Group), which will be held on Tuesday, 26th March 10:30-14:00 at the offices of...Read More

We are pleased to invite you to our next networking event organised by ASG (Admiralty Solicitors Group), which will be held on Tuesday, 26th March 10:30-14:00 at the offices of Hill Dickinson LLP in The Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street, London EC2A 2E. Coffee will be served on arrival 10:30-11:45, the seminar will commence at 10:45, the event will conclude with a networking lunch 12:30-14:00.

The seminar will feature a mock casualty, a scenario involving an incident on a vessel, after which speakers will present short talks on topics such as: immediate response, incident investigation, protecting owners’ interests and contractual issues that can arise out of an incident. Please download the agenda for more information.

Places are limited, if you would like to attend please register on the website (you need to be logged in) or email us as soon as possible.


Where is this event taking place?

   Hill Dickinson LLP, The Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street, London, EC2A 2E, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Ian MacLean, Partner and Master Mariner, Hill Dickinson LLP; Donal Keaney, Master Mariner, Hill Dickinson LLP; Tony McDonach, Legal Director, Hill Dickinson LLP & Associate, Association of Average Adjusters (AAA); Alex Bramwell, Legal Director, Hill Dickinson LLP

Hosted by:
Hill Dickinson


 26 Mar 2019

 10:30 - 14:00

 Networking event

 Lunch

 40 max


Maritime London AGM – 28 January 2019

Maritime London Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on Monday, 28 January 10:00-11:00 at the Baltic Exchange, 38 St Mary Axe, London EC3A 8BH. The meeting will be preceeded...Read More

Maritime London Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on Monday, 28 January 10:00-11:00 at the Baltic Exchange, 38 St Mary Axe, London EC3A 8BH. The meeting will be preceeded by a networking breakfast 09:30-10:00.

Please book your attendance on the website (NB: you need to be logged in) or let us know by email enquiries@maritimelondon.com.


Where is this event taking place?

   The Baltic Exchange, 38 St Mary Axe, London, EC3A 8BH, United Kingdom

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Hosted by:
Maritime London


 28 Jan 2019

 09:30 - 11:00

 AGM

 Breakfast

 60 max


All-Party Parliamentary Maritime and Ports Group meeting

The next session of the All-Party Parliamentary Maritime and Ports Group (APPMPG), entitled “Tackling Air Quality and seizing post Brexit opportunities”, is due to take place at 17:00 on Monday,...Read More

The next session of the All-Party Parliamentary Maritime and Ports Group (APPMPG), entitled “Tackling Air Quality and seizing post Brexit opportunities”, is due to take place at 17:00 on Monday, 28th January, in Committee Room 20, Palace of Westminster.

Agenda:
17:00 – Richard Ballantyne, BPA & Tim Morris, UKMPG:  “port zoning”  and “major” ports efforts to improve air quality
17:25 – Robin Mortimer,  PLA & Alan Tinline, ABP: air quality strategies and other green measures
17:35 – Q&A
17:50 – Julie Lithgow, Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers: A “Maritime Educational Box”
17:55 – Martin Coles, MSSC: “How Sea Cadets Helps Young People Today: A Summary of the Evidence”
17:55 – A.O.B.

RSVP directly to appmandpg@gmail.com.


Where is this event taking place?

   Palace of Westminster (Committee Room 20), , London, SW1A 0AA, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Richard Ballantyne, BPA & Tim Morris, UKMPG; Robin Mortimer, PLA & Alan Tinline, ABP; Julie Lithgow, Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers; Martin Coles, MSSC

Hosted by:
APPMPG


 28 Jan 2019

 17:00 - 18:30

 Briefing

 20 max


Marine Money London Ship Finance Forum

We are pleased to support the 10th anniversary Marine Money London Ship Finance Forum, which will take place on Wednesday, 23rd  January at The Dorchester in Park Lane.This year’s theme...Read More

We are pleased to support the 10th anniversary Marine Money London Ship Finance Forum, which will take place on Wednesday, 23rd  January at The Dorchester in Park Lane.

This year’s theme is “The shipping market referendum: Will the shipping industry make the right decisions for the next decade?” Leading shipping companies, bankers, financiers and investors will debate the major issues facing the industry today and in the years ahead. Please find the agenda here, for more information on the event visit the organiser’s website.

To register and benefit from a 15% discount available to Maritime London members only, please contact Mia Jensen at Marine Money directly on mia.jensen@marinemoney.gr.


Where is this event taking place?

   The Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, London, W1K 1QA, United Kingdom

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Hosted by:
Marine Money


 23 Jan 2019

 09:00 - 20:00

 Conference

 Evening Reception

 20 max


What is Maritime London?

Maritime London – the promotional body for UK based companies providing professional services to the international shipping industry

Funded by over 100 companies and organisations from a wide range of disciplines, Maritime London ensures that the UK remains a world beating location to base a maritime related business. Maritime London’s mission is to promote the UK as the world’s premier maritime business centre.

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