TMS Ship Finance and Trade Conference 2018 launched
(Posted on 24/04/18)
The date and location of the fourth annual The Maritime Standard Ship Finance and Trade Conference have been confirmed. The event, which has increased tremendously in terms of profile and popularity since its launch in 2015, will be held on 6th November at the Sheraton Hotel and Resort in Abu Dhabi. This follows the successful staging of the two previous events, in 2016 and 2017, at the same venue.
Aimed at influential decision makers and opinion formers, the one day Conference will highlight regional and global trends in terms of shipping and port finance, and trade generation, as well as the value of maritime clusters in generating economic growth. Many leading participants in the shipowning and operating, port, finance, banking, maritime law and other sectors will be present and a top quality panel of speakers is being lined up.
Attending the event will give all participants an insight into the challenges and opportunities that exist at the present time. The aim of the Conference is to ensure that participants get a chance to focus on the opportunities for growth and development and discuss how to overcome challenges and obstacles to successful trade generation.
“We are very excited to be hosting The Maritime Standard Ship Finance and Trade Conference once again in Abu Dhabi. This conference brings together Banks, financial institutions and shipping companies under the same roof and is the only one of its kind in the Middle East & Indian Subcontinent. I would encourage any business active in the shipping, ports and maritime sectors, as well as the financial world, to support, participate and attend this important conference,” said Capt. Juma Al Shamisi, CEO, Abu Dhabi Ports
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