Details of the Shipping Economics and Investment training course taking place in London this June.
Shipping Economics and Investment – 10-11 June
With access to more traditional finance limited, shipping companies are increasingly considering private equity and debt markets as a way to help them make key capital investments, whether meeting new emissions legislation or ballast water management controls or expanding their fleet to meet new opportunities. Likewise, many investment banks and bond traders are becoming alert to the significant opportunities in the sector.
Aimed at mid-level executives working for ship owning, operating and managing companies in the bulk and container sectors. It will also be of interest to investment banks involved in ship finance, trading companies as well as investors in the shipping market.
The Baltic Exchange runs a series of professional training courses in key shipping centres designed to help shipping, finance and commodity executives build on their knowledge of maritime markets. The courses are led by academics from CASS Business School’s world-renowned Centre for Shipping, Trade and Finance 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, the courses are held over an intensive two day period. 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.