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11th Annual Capital Link Shipping & Marine Services Forum

The “11th Annual Capital Link Shipping & Marine Services” Forum took place on September 25th 2018 in London, in partnership with Fearnley Securities and in cooperation with the London Stock Exchange

By: EBR - Posted: Saturday, February 10, 2018

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Capital Link’s investment conferences, organized across New York, London, Athens, Limassol, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo, are known for combining rich informational content, interesting discussions about the shipping and marine services sectors, the financial and capital market, as well as unique promotion and networking opportunities.
Capital Link’s investment conferences, organized across New York, London, Athens, Limassol, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo, are known for combining rich informational content, interesting discussions about the shipping and marine services sectors, the financial and capital market, as well as unique promotion and networking opportunities.

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Capitalizing on the long established track record of organizing highly successful large scale maritime conferences in major industry centers around the world, the “11th Annual Capital Link Shipping & Marine Services” Forum took place on September 25th 2018 in London, in partnership with Fearnley Securities and in cooperation with the London Stock Exchange.

This event brought together a distinguished group of industry experts and provided a comprehensive review and current outlook of the various shipping markets and also covered topics of critical interest to Shipping Professionals, Financiers & Investors. 

The participants gained a deeper understanding of the current state of the shipping and marine services industry, the subsequent effects on their investments, and a clear focus on the opportunities and challenges ahead. 

Capital Link’s investment conferences, organized across New York, London, Athens, Limassol, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo, are known for combining rich informational content, interesting discussions about the shipping and marine services sectors, the financial and capital market, as well as unique promotion and networking opportunities. 

The London Forum also offered the opportunity for 1x1 meetings between company management teams and investors. 

Target Audience

Commercial and Investment Bankers, Charterers, Classification Societies, Commodity and Energy Traders, Finance Providers, Financial Advisors, Financial and Trade Media, Hedge Fund Managers, Institutional Investors, P&I Executives, Lawyers and Insurers, Market Analysts and Consultants, Private Equity Firms, Risk Advisors, Ship Managers, Ship Operators, Shipowners, Shipbrokers, Sovereign Wealth Funds, Venture Capital Firms.

Panel Topics
  • London as a Global Capital Raising & Investment Destination
  • Shipping, Shipbuilding and Trade: Overview & Outlook 
  • “Everything Flows, Nothing Stands Still” Heraclitus - Game Changers & Future of the Shipping Industry
  • IMO 2020 – Dilemmas, choices and economics 
  • IMO – The Owners Response 
  • Dry Bulk Sector 
  • Future Proof Ships - The Blueprint for Newbuilds 
  • Bank Finance
  • LNG Sector 
  • Capital Markets & Private Equity 
  • Alternative Finance & Yield 
  • Product Tankers Sector 
  • Crude Oil Tankers Sector

Forum’s Material

The material of the Forum (presentations, speeches, photos, interviews and videos) is available at:

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