Shipping Finance Review 2014/15

Markets, Reports — By on September 25, 2014 at 10:36 AM

ResearchandMarketsShipping Finance Review 2014/15

Now in its 23rd year of publication, the Shipping Finance Review presents a global picture of the major issues at the forefront of the ship finance industry, including: 

– Evolving legal and documentary trends in shipping finance
– Improving market conditions for ship owners and lenders
– Competition law
– Understanding a floating rate period contract
– An overview of political risk exposures and insurance solutions for financiers
– Investments and capital in LNG shipping

The review features a varied selection of views and opinions from respected international maritime organisations, supported by informative articles from leading shipping executives on a wide range of current topics of debate. These are followed by chapters from top maritime lawyers and financiers focusing on the maritime policy and regulation of individual shipping nations from across the globe, including, Brazil, Cayman Islands, China, India and Japan.

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http://www.researchandmarkets.com/publication/ml8qong/shipping_finance_review_201415

Title Index: 

– Foreword by Jim G. Davis CBE K(DK), Chairman, International Maritime Industries Forum (IMIF)
– Understanding a floating rate period contract
– Recent developments in the ship finance market
– Help! Someone stole my collateral asset: An overview of political risk exposures and insurance solutions for financiers
– Investments and capital in LNG shipping
– Competition law – meeting the increased risks and costs of global compliance
– Evolving legal and documentary trends in shipping finance
– Improving market conditions: Can ship owners and lenders begin to relax now?
– What should creditors expect in relation to ship arrest and enforcement of mortgages in Brazil if the new Commercial Code is enacted?
– The Cayman Islands – Emerging trends in vessel finance
– China’s future approach to shipping policy
– Indian shipping scenario: In a nutshell
– The first Commercial Code (Maritime Commerce) amendment in 115 years and its possible impact on international maritime business

Sources / Contributors: 
Contributors 
– Aon UK Ltd – BankAssure
– Atsumi & Sakai
– Baltic Exchange
– BIMCO
– Hill Dickinson LLP
– International Chamber of Shipping
– International Maritime Industries Forum (IMIF)
– Kincaid I Mendes Vianna Advogados
– Linklaters LLP
– Mulla & Mulla and Craigie Blunt & Caroe
– SecondWind Shipping Limited
– Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited
– Walkers

Pricing:
Hard Copy: EUR 140
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