Marine Money’s Capital Formation for Shipping Conference gets the crowds

Arctic Shipping, Associations, Conferences, Seminars, Forums, Energy, Environment, Gas, LNG, LPG, Markets, Oil Industry, Oil Platforms and Rigs, Shipfinance, Stock Markets, Tankers, Trade and Commerce — By on January 28, 2015 at 11:51 AM
Mia Jensen opening the event

Mia Jensen opening the event

Never ever before such an event attracted so many delegates, journalists and also that special ingredient: a big variety of speakers! John Faraclas writes:

Financing and Investment ideas for 2015 was the main title of the 6th Annual Marine Money London Forum at the Dorchester in London’s Park Lane which opened earlier on this morning, with a very interesting session-wise themes well put by Marine Money’s team.

Marine Money's Kevin Oates and Mia Jensen

Marine Money’s Kevin Oates and Mia Jensen

After a full house warm up networking… “session” during the welcome coffee Mia Jensen from Marine Money’s Greek Office opened the event with opening remarks too from Anchor Sponsor Justin Hong, chairman from KMARIN & KOSCO. A brief and to the point issues on a New Start for rebalancing.

Justin Hong

Justin Hong

An interesting keynote address was delivered by Ted Jadick, President and CEO of DNB Markets Inc followed by the Microeconomic Outlook – Commodity and oil price outlook – what to expect in 2015 by Torbjorn Kjus, Chief Oil Analyst at DNB markets.

Then the Energy Markets and Shipping – the implications of Oil at below $60 session begun successfully moderated by Peter Haugen and Nikolay Dyvik both from DNB Markets Shipping team. Panellists in the discussion included: Christen Andersen, Borge Johansen, Hew Crooks, Paul Wogan, Tony Loritzen, Miguel de Potter and Michael Jolliffe.

Ted Jadick

Ted Jadick

The above and all the other sectors’ sessions we will bring you soon in one of our forthcoming reportings.

Amongst the main issues was The Price of Oil, Ukraine, Russia, the poor world economic conditions, Eurozone with Greece at the focal point, world growth, China, the BRICS and if they go broke/brake, the Passing away of the Saudi King and what happens next/continuation, Japan with a 20year old saga, Ukraine the QE, the OPEC and Saudipec issues. Excellent!

Torbjorn Kjus in front of one of his well prepared slides

Torbjorn Kjus in front of one of his well prepared slides

 

 

The two moderators, Petter Haugen and Nicolay Dyvik and the panel

The two moderators, Petter Haugen and Nicolay Dyvik and the panel

 

 

 

 

 

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