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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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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).

 Download the agenda here.

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


Hong Kong – London Maritime Day

As part of its mission to Hong Kong, Maritime London and the Hong Kong Maritime Port Board (HKMPB) will hold a joint event on Thursday, November 22nd, as part of...Read More

As part of its mission to Hong Kong, Maritime London and the Hong Kong Maritime Port Board (HKMPB) will hold a joint event on Thursday, November 22nd, as part of the Hong Kong Maritime Week.

Entitled  Hong Kong – London Maritime Day: Natural Partners in Maritime Business, the event will explore potential for co-operation between the two major maritime clusters.

If you/your colleagues or business associates in Hong Kong would like to attend please email us on enquiries@maritimelondon.com.


Where is this event taking place?

   Conference Hall, 2/F, Central Government Offices, Tamar, Admiralty, Hong Kong

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Hosted by:
HKMPB


 22 Nov 2018

 09:30 - 13:00

 120 max


IMIF & Maritime London Annual Dinner 2018

IMIF & Maritime London Annual Dinner will take place on Monday, November 12th at the Radisson Blu Portman Hotel London. This year the Dinner is supported by NYMAR.As before, the...Read More

IMIF & Maritime London Annual Dinner will take place on Monday, November 12th at the Radisson Blu Portman Hotel London. This year the Dinner is supported by NYMAR.

As before, the Dinner will be preceeded by a seminar (14:00-18:00) open to all members (see separate event listing for more details and registration link).

Times:
Cocktail Reception 18:45 – 19:30
Dinner 19:30 – 23:00

Venue: Radisson Blu Portman Hotel

22 Portman Square, London W1H 7BG

For bookings and further information, please email dinner2018@maritimelondon.com or telephone 020 7929 6429.


Where is this event taking place?

   , United Kingdom

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 12 Nov 2018

 18:45 - 23:00

 Annual Dinner

 Dinner


IMIF & Maritime London Pre-Dinner Seminar

IMIF & Maritime London Pre-Dinner Seminar will be held place on Monday, 12th November at the Radisson Blu Portman Hotel.Session 1: “London as a Centre for Marine Capital”Session 2: “Marine...Read More

IMIF & Maritime London Pre-Dinner Seminar will be held place on Monday, 12th November at the Radisson Blu Portman Hotel.

Session 1: “London as a Centre for Marine Capital”
Session 2: “Marine Automation, Technology and the City”

The seminar is open to all members. For more information please email enquiries@maritimelondon.com.


Where is this event taking place?

   , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Adrian Durkin, Director - Claims, North of England P&I Club; James Fanshawe CBE, Chairman, Marine Autonomous Systems Regulatory Working Group (MASRWG); Tony Foster, CEO & CIO, Marine Capital; Dipak Karki, Head of Financial Advisory & Capital, Galbraith's; Clay Maitland, Chairman, NYMAR & Managing Partner, International Registries (moderator); Michael Parker, Global Head for Shipping, Logistics & Offshore Industries, Citigroup; Christoph Toepfer, Founder & CEO, Australis Maritime; Tom White, Lead Specialist - Innovation, Lloyd's Register


 12 Nov 2018

 14:00 - 18:00

 Seminar

 50 max


The Supreme Court’s “B ATLANTIC” Judgment and the Implications for Insurers and Shipowners

This lunch seminar will be hosted by Julie Clegg, Partner Stephenson Harwood LLP. Maritime London members are  cordially invited to join. Places are limited, so please book online (you need...Read More

This lunch seminar will be hosted by Julie Clegg, Partner Stephenson Harwood LLP. Maritime London members are  cordially invited to join. Places are limited, so please book online (you need to be logged in) or by email enquiries@maritimelondon.com.

FOCUS: The “B ATLANTIC” case concerned a ship detained by Venezuelan authorities, following the discovery of 132kg of cocaine fixed to the hull of the vessel. The owners claimed for the loss of the ship from their war insurers. The Supreme Court gave the final decision on the case earlier this year and found in favour of insurers. The presentation will cover the Supreme Court’s reasoning and the implications for insurers and shipowners.


Where is this event taking place?

   Stephenson Harwood LLP, 1 Finsbury Circus, London, EC2M 7SH, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Simon Moore, Partner, Stephenson Harwood LLP; Paul Hofmeyr, Associate, Stephenson Harwood LLP

Hosted by:
Stephenson Harwood LLP


 31 Oct 2018

 12:30 - 14:30

 Networking event

 Buffet lunch

 30 max


Berenberg Speaker Lunch with Robin Meech

IMO 2020 Regulations: The Challenge for the Shipping IndustryMaritime London next networking event will be kindly hosted by Philipp Wuenschmann, Head of Shipping at Berenberg and take place at their...Read More

IMO 2020 Regulations: The Challenge for the Shipping Industry

Maritime London next networking event will be kindly hosted by Philipp Wuenschmann, Head of Shipping at Berenberg and take place at their London offices on Friday, 14th September.

The seminar will focus on the significant challenges facing the global shipping industry from the new IMO 2020 sulphur regulations, the options open to shipowners trying to comply and the impact on the entire marine fuel supply chain.  With less than 18 months until the new regulations come in to force, this is a topical subject for anyone with an interest in the shipping sector and fuel refining.

Speaker: Robin Meech, Managing Director of Marine and Energy Consulting (MECL), download the biography here.

Please register to attend on the website (you need to be logged in) or email us on enquiries@maritimelondon.com.


Where is this event taking place?

   Berenberg, 60 Threadneedle Street, London, EC2R 8HP, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Robin Meech is the Managing Director of Marine and Energy Consulting (MECL)

Hosted by:
Berenberg


 14 Sep 2018

 12:30 - 14:00

 Networking event

 Buffet lunch

 50 max


Maritime London Foundation Members Dinner

Maritime London Foundation Members Dinner, hosted by Lloyd's Register

Maritime London Foundation Members Dinner, hosted by Lloyd’s Register


Where is this event taking place?

   Lloyd's Register, 71 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 4BS, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
TBC


 9 Jul 2018

 19:30 - 23:00

 Dinner


Africa as a cargo generator: do the rewards outweigh the risks?

Maritime London and Clarksons join forces to explore opportunities for maritime players in Africa.

The final agenda to follow soon, in the meantime please book your place.

Maritime London and Clarksons join forces to explore opportunities for maritime players in Africa.

The final agenda to follow soon, in the meantime please book your place.


Where is this event taking place?

   Clarksons, Commodity Quay, St Katharine Docks, , London, E1W 1BF, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Chris Vandome, Africa Programme, Chatham House; TBN, Director, Clarksons Research; James Wilkes, MD, Graypage


 27 Jun 2018

 18:00 - 21:00

 Networking event

 Evening Reception

 50 max


Maritime London & IMIF Evening Summer Party

Maritime London & IMIF Evening Summer Party, precedeeded by Maritime London Annual General Meeting.

Hosted by Norton Rose Fulbright LLP.

More details to be announced soon.

Maritime London & IMIF Evening Summer Party, precedeeded by Maritime London Annual General Meeting.

Hosted by Norton Rose Fulbright LLP.

More details to be announced soon.


Where is this event taking place?

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

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 19 Jun 2018

 18:00 - 21:00

 Networking event

 Evening Reception

 100 max


Smart Shipping and InsurTech – Reshaping Marine Insurance

We would like to make you aware that Maritime London is proud to support the Smart Shipping and InsurTech - Reshaping Marine Insurance event, which will take place at the...Read More

We would like to make you aware that Maritime London is proud to support the Smart Shipping and InsurTech – Reshaping Marine Insurance event, which will take place at the offices of Norton Rose Fulbright on the evening of Wednesday, 13th June.

Co-organised by MS Amlin and InsTech London in association with Norton Rose Fulbright, the event will include a debrief from the Department for Transport on the recent Marine Autonomy Lab and will be addressed by the Minister for Shipping.

The draft programme of the evening is as follows:
5.30pm – 6.00pm – Registration, drinks and nibbles
6.00pm – 6.15pm – Brief introductions from NRF, InsTech London and MS Amlin
6.15pm – 6.35pm – Department for Transport – Smart Shipping Policy Lab
6.35pm – 6.55pm – EY / Guardtime / MS Amlin / XL Catlin – Blockchain Enabled Marine Insurance Platform
6.55pm – 7.15pm  – Lloyd’s of London / Windward – Maritime Data Analytics
7.15pm – 7.35pm – InsurTech Presentations
7.35pm – 7.50pm – Nusrat Ghani MP – Minister of Shipping
7.50pm – 8.00pm – Wrap-up
8.00pm – 9.00pm  – Networking and drinks and canapés


Where is this event taking place?

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

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Speakers:
Nusrat Ghani MP - Minister of Shipping


 13 Jun 2018

 17:30 - 21:00

 Seminar

 Evening Reception

 50 max


Maritime London Posidonia 2018 event

Maritime London will be holding a morning event during Posidonia 2018 on Wednesday, 6th June at the UK Ambassador’s Residence in Athens. We are currently working on the programme, more...Read More

Maritime London will be holding a morning event during Posidonia 2018 on Wednesday, 6th June at the UK Ambassador’s Residence in Athens. We are currently working on the programme, more details on the event will follow soon.

We are also looking for sponsors, please let us know if you might be interested.


Where is this event taking place?

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

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 6 Jun 2018

 09:00 - 11:30

 Seminar

 Breakfast

 50 max


IMIF lunch: Navigating Stormy Waters – Mechanics of Maritime and Offshore Restructuring and Lessons Learned From Recent Cases

Please join our panel session on key maritime and offshore restructuring issues and trends at White & Case’s London office in partnership with the IMIF. The session will begin with...Read More

Please join our panel session on key maritime and offshore restructuring issues and trends at White & Case’s London office in partnership with the IMIF. The session will begin with a recap of the principles of maritime and offshore restructuring, including introductions to the European and US approaches. We will discuss various case studies, including Torm’s two stage restructuring and Seadrill.

We are pleased to confirm that we will be joined by speakers from Lazard and White & Case.

12:30 – Registration and networking (refreshments served)
13:00 – Lunch
13:30 – 14:30 – Panel session (including Q&A)

To register for this event, please email victoria@imif.org.


Where is this event taking place?

   White & Case LLP, 5 Old Broad Street, London, EC2N 1DW, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Ian Wallace, White & Case and Richard Stables, Managing Director, Lazard Freres & Co;


 23 May 2018

 12:30 - 14:30

 Seminar

 Buffet lunch

 50 max


Maritime London Market Lunch

First in a series of regular “Market Lunches”, which will bring together key industry thinkers to discuss a number of relevant topics over a sit-down lunch. The event is by...Read More

First in a series of regular “Market Lunches”, which will bring together key industry thinkers to discuss a number of relevant topics over a sit-down lunch. The event is by invitation only.

This initiative has been introduced by Hill Dickinson, who will be hosting the first event.


Where is this event taking place?

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

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 8 May 2018

 12:30 - 14:30

 Launch

 Lunch


Autonomous Ships and The City – Maritime London Networking Event

Hosted by The Shipowners’ Club the event will be a mixture of presentations, panel debates and networking breaks. The discussion will focus on:When will autonomous vessels be mainstream?Autonomous ships within...Read More

Hosted by The Shipowners’ Club the event will be a mixture of presentations, panel debates and networking breaks. The discussion will focus on:

  • When will autonomous vessels be mainstream?
  • Autonomous ships within a new regulatory and legal landscape.
  • Will autonomous shipping pose a new set of risks?

More details will be available soon. To attend the event please register on the website (you need to be logged in) or email us enquiries@maritimelondon.com.


Where is this event taking place?

   Miller Insurances Services, 70 Mark Lane, London, EC3R 7NQ, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Roger Adamson, co-founder and CEO, Futurenautics; Britt Pickering, claims & legal director, The Shipowners' Club

Hosted by:
The Shipowners' Club


 17 Apr 2018

 10:00 - 17:00

 Networking event

 Buffet lunch

 40 max


IMIF lunch: Developments in Funding for the World Fleet

The next in the series of IMIF buffet lunch seminars will take place on Friday, 13th April 12:30 – 14:30 at the offices of Ince & Co LLP.Hosted by Beatrice...Read More

The next in the series of IMIF buffet lunch seminars will take place on Friday, 13th April 12:30 – 14:30 at the offices of Ince & Co LLP.

Hosted by Beatrice Russ, Partner, Ince & Co the seminar will feature a presentation by Andrew Hampson, Managing Director – Asset Backed Investments, Tufton Oceanic Ltd.
Tufton Oceanic has a 45 year history as one the shipping industry’s leading innovators in finance, investment and fund management.

Andrew Hampson began his career with Bank of America in 1978 where he graduated through the bank’s internal MBA level lending program. Mr. Hampson performed a variety of functions in the credit administration department and problem loan groups before becoming a credit and marketing officer in the bank’s European ship lending department in 1986. In 1992 he joined Theisen Securities, a private maritime corporate finance house, where he primarily focused on provided debt related advisory and arranging services to a variety of worldwide shipping companies and debt providers. In 2001 he joined Tufton initially to assist in the development of Tufton’s corporate finance business and subsequently to build up Tufton’s position as a dedicated fund manager in the shipping asset space. Andrew is the Managing Director of Tufton’s Asset Backed Investment Group that currently manages in excess of $1bn of private institutional funds fully invested into shipping assets and has recently completed the successful IPO of Tufton Oceanic Assets Limited on the LSE. Andrew is a Director of Tufton Oceanic Limited and a member of the Investment and Advisory Committees for various of Tufton’s asset backed funds.


Where is this event taking place?

   Ince & Co, Aldgate Tower, 2 Leman Street, London, E1 8QN, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Andrew Hampson, Managing Director- Asset Backed Investments, Tufton Oceanic Ltd

Hosted by:
Ince & Co


 13 Apr 2018

 12:30 - 14:30

 Networking event

 Buffet lunch

 30 max


IMIF lunch: Shipping post BEPS and the Panama papers

The event will be hosted by Richard Greiner, Partner, Shipping Industry Group, Moore Stephens LLP.Speaker: Philip Parr, Partner, Business Tax, Moore Stephens LLPFocus:What is Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS)?What...Read More

The event will be hosted by Richard Greiner, Partner, Shipping Industry Group, Moore Stephens LLP.

Speaker: Philip Parr, Partner, Business Tax, Moore Stephens LLP

Focus:

  • What is Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS)?
  • What does it achieve?
  • Tax treaties after the multi-lateral instrument
  • Country by Country (CBC) reporting and transfer pricing
  • What does all this mean for shipping?

Places are limited and will be available on the first-come-first-served basis. Please register your interest by booking on the website (you need to be logged in) or email us, an email confirming your place will follow in due course.


Where is this event taking place?

   Moore Stephens LLP, 150 Aldersgate Street, London, EC1A 4AB, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Philip Parr, Partner, Business Tax, Moore Stephens LLP


 20 Mar 2018

 12:30 - 14:30

 Seminar

 Lunch

 20 max


Maritime London Networking Event hosted by NatWest

The 2018 Shipping Forecast Breakfast will be hosted by NatWest on Monday, 12th February 08:30-10:30 in 250 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 4AA.NatWest Market Strategist Neil Parker, who advises NatWest commercial customers,...Read More

The 2018 Shipping Forecast Breakfast will be hosted by NatWest on Monday, 12th February 08:30-10:30 in 250 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 4AA.

NatWest Market Strategist Neil Parker, who advises NatWest commercial customers, will share his insight into the current global economic position with a focus on the Shipping sector.

The seminar will be preceded by breakfast and refreshments and conclude with an opportunity to network over a coffee with NatWest representatives, fellow Maritime London members, colleagues and guests from the shipping services sector.

Register on the website (you need to be logged in) or email.


Where is this event taking place?

   RBS, , 250 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 4AA, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Neil Parker, Market Strategist, NatWest

Hosted by:
NatWest


 12 Feb 2018

 08:30 - 10:30

 Networking event

 Breakfast

 60 max


Actual and Imminent Cyber Risks Facing Cargo Insurers

Join Kennedys for a seminar aimed at claims handlers and underwriters, that will provide a unique insight from John Boles - former Head of the FBI’s Global Cyber Operations and...Read More

Join Kennedys for a seminar aimed at claims handlers and underwriters, that will provide a unique insight from John Boles – former Head of the FBI’s Global Cyber Operations and Investigations division. John will share details of real threats to the global cargo community posed by cyber criminals, distilled from actual examples and recently developing trends.

Andrew Purssell, Partner at Kennedys, will also consider some of the legal issues surrounding such risks.

Please fill in the form on the organiser’s website to register for the event.


Where is this event taking place?

   Kennedys, 25 Fenchurch Avenue, London, EC3M 5AD, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
John Boles, former Head of the FBI’s Global Cyber Operations and Investigations division; Andrew Purssell, Partner, Kennedys Law


 2 Feb 2018

 08:30 - 10:00

 Seminar


Fairplay Risk Forum 2018

This year’s Fairplay Risk Forum will be held on Thursday, 1st February 08:30-12:00 at The Baltic Exchange, 38 St Mary Axe, London EC3A 8BH.  For more details and to register...Read More

This year’s Fairplay Risk Forum will be held on Thursday, 1st February 08:30-12:00 at The Baltic Exchange, 38 St Mary Axe, London EC3A 8BH.  For more details and to register contact the organiser, providing your name, job title and company.

Places are limited and available on a first come first served basis. Contact the organiser by email or complete the form on the website to register your interest.


Where is this event taking place?

   , United Kingdom

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Hosted by:
Fairplay


 1 Feb 2018

 08:30 - 12:00

 Seminar

 Breakfast


Labour’s Port and Maritime Priorities

The first in 2018 meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Maritime and Ports Group (APPMPG) will hear from Andy MacDonald MP on Labour’s port and maritime priorities on Monday, 29th January...Read More

The first in 2018 meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Maritime and Ports Group (APPMPG) will hear from Andy MacDonald MP on Labour’s port and maritime priorities on Monday, 29th January at 17:00-18:00, in Committee Room 5, Palace of Westminster. Mr MacDonald will be joined by Karl Turner MP in the Q&A.

Apply by email.


Where is this event taking place?

   Palace of Westminster, , United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Andy MacDonald MP; Karl Turner MP

Hosted by:
All-Party Parliamentary Maritime and Ports Group (APPMPG)


 29 Jan 2018

 17:00 - 18:00

 Briefing


Marine Money London Ship Finance Forum 2018

Marine Money London Ship Finance Forum 2018 will take place on Wednesday, 24th January at the The Dorchester, in Mayfair, London.Maritime London members will benefit from 15% discount, please email...Read More

Marine Money London Ship Finance Forum 2018 will take place on Wednesday, 24th January at the The Dorchester, in Mayfair, London.

Maritime London members will benefit from 15% discount, please email the organiser directly to reserve a place. Visit the organiser’s website to download the agenda and for more details.


Where is this event taking place?

   The Dorchester, 53 Park Lane, Mayfair, London, W1K 1QA, United Kingdom

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Hosted by:
Marine Money


 24 Jan 2018

 08:30 - 20:00

 Conference

 Evening Reception


Brazil Marine Round Table

Maritime London members have an opportunity to join the Brazil Marine Round Table organised by the Department for International Trade (DIT) in London on Thursday, 18th January 08:30-10:30 in 2...Read More

Maritime London members have an opportunity to join the Brazil Marine Round Table organised by the Department for International Trade (DIT) in London on Thursday, 18th January 08:30-10:30 in 2 Triton Square, Regent’s Place, London NW1 3AN.

The DIT’s London-based Chris Wall, Business Specialist, Oil & Gas and Advanced Engineering will be joined by his colleague, Ana Terra, the new Head of DIT’s marine team in Rio, and the CEO of BRANA Projetos Navais Luiz Felipe de Carvalhoa, a naval architect, who will be representing both his own company and SOBENA – the Brazilian Association of Marine Engineering. The speakers will give updates on requirements for the marine sector in Brazil covering the major drivers including oil & gas, cargo, passenger and leisure and be available to speak individually with delegates, should this be of interest.

Apply by email as soon as possible, as places are limited.


Where is this event taking place?

   2 Triton Square, Regent's Place, London, NW1 3AN, United Kingdom

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Speakers:
Chris Wall, Business Specialist, Oil & Gas and Advanced Engineering, Department for International Trade; Ana Terra, Head of Marine Team, Department for International Trade (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil); Luiz Felipe de Carvalhoa, CEO, BRANA Projetos Navais & SOBENA Represenative

Hosted by:
Department for International Trade


 18 Jan 2018

 08:30 - 10:30

 Seminar


Maritime London Annual General Meeting – 18 Dec 2017

Maritime London Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on Monday, 18 December at the offices of Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, 3 More London Riverside, London SE1 2AQ. More information...Read More

Maritime London Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on Monday, 18 December at the offices of Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, 3 More London Riverside, London SE1 2AQ. More information will follow shortly.

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


Where is this event taking place?

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

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Hosted by:
Moore Stephens LLP


 18 Dec 2017

 11:00 - 13:00

 AGM

 Breakfast

 50 max


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