TMS conference programme announced
(Posted on 14/05/18)
The fourth annual The Maritime Standard Ship Finance and Trade Conference will take place in Abu Dhabi at the Sheraton Hotel & Resort, on Tuesday, November 6th.The theme of this year’s conference is “Converting greater optimism into sustainable trade growth.”
The event starts with a keynote session, followed by three distinct conference sessions on a particular theme. A top level panel of speakers has been assembled for each of the sessions, making this a not-to-be missed event. The popular ‘one-on-one’ interview with leading innovators and thinkers will return, and there will also be plenty of opportunity to ask questions of speakers and panellists at the end of each session.
The Ship Finance and Trade Conference has gained in relevance and popularity by bringing together experts from the fields of shipping, ports, banking, finance, trade and maritime law under one roof to discuss and debate the most important contemporary trends and issues facing the market. In particular the event aims to encourage dialogue and cooperation between the various sectors represented, to help achieve sustainable growth within the regional shipping and ports sectors, as well as an overall expansion in trade activity.
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