Understand the micro-economic structure of the shipping markets by attending the Baltic Exchange’s Shipping Economics & Investment course (London, 13-14 January). The two-day programme looks at the fundamentals of shipping investment including cash flow projection and analysis, capital budgeting techniques, capital structure and cost of capital in shipping projects, investment management of shipping projects, asset allocation and shipping investment strategies.
The course is led by Professor Michael Tamvakis and Professor Amir Alizadeh, both of Cass Business School, City University London.
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About Baltic Exchange Training
The Baltic Exchange runs a series of professional training courses through its Academy. These take place in key shipping centres and are designed to help shipping, finance and commodity executives build on their knowledge of the maritime markets. The courses are led by experts and deliver a high-level education, combining theory with real-life practical examples. By attending these courses, participants will learn skills which they can use in their day to day business.
Launched in 2005, each course involves a mixture of classroom teaching, practical exercises, group discussion and case study analysis. Comprehensive study notes are provided, together with a certificate of attendance.