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Finanzierung | Financing

Finanzierung | Financing lnvesting into a new era. Strategies for 2020 and beyond … Save the date for another must-attend conference and networking event: The HANSA-Forum »Shipping | Financing« is going to tackle some of the most pressing issues, trying to capture the shape of things to come. Join us 22 November 2018, Sofitel Hotel, Hamburg A recovery in shipping markets and rising expectations are fuelling investor interest in shipping again. However, there are huge unknowns, causing uncertainty for vessel buyers, financiers and operators. The 0.5% global sulphur cap for marine fuels in 2020 is bound to shake up economics in shipping while the effects of new ballast water regulation are just beginning to show. Finally, an ambitious carbon emission strategy has been agreed for shipping, potentially leading to a new set of incentives and penalties. The changes that are coming up are probably the most fundamental in a long time. Further, the world of ship financing remains in transformation, forcing shipowners, managers and investors to find new solutions. Huge non-performing shipping loan portfolios wait to be restructured or sold off while some new players dip their toe into the market – an opportunity? Also, after 10 years of crisis, some former German KG players are studying options to revive retail equity-placing for shipping – are private investors ready for it? As every year, we aim to provide sharp analysis, guidance and debate through a diverse and exciting programme of keynote speeches, insightful presentations, interviews and roundtable debates with international decision-makers and experts in shipping. Join us to network and mingle with hundreds of colleagues in a relaxed atmosphere with cocktails and food in the splendid surroundings of the Sofitel Hotel. With more than 450 high-level delegates from ship owners and managers, banks, investors, brokers to advisors and other service providers, the HANSA Forum »Shipping | Financing« has proven to be one of the must-attend shipping conferences around the world – now in its 22nd year. Sponsors Conference fee: 595,00 € net per person | Groups (three or more delegates from same company): 550,00 € per person Registration: | Contact: Sylvia Schmidt, +49 (0)40 / 70 70 80-211, 20 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. Jahrgang – 2018 – Nr. 10

Finanzierung | Financing 11:00 Welcoming speech 11:05 Opening remarks 11:15 Market Analysis Sulphur cap 2020: Possible impacts on freight and vessel markets – key developments, risks and perspectives Sverre Bjorn Svenning, Global Head of Research, Fearnleys 11:40 Keynote Investing into a new era …? A vision for 2020 and beyond. A liner company’s perspective Anthony Firmin, COO, Hapag-Lloyd 12:10 PANEL 1 Panel discussion: The view from the cargo side: Changes in shipping economics, trade war and changing commodity flows • Otto Schacht, Executive Vice President Sea Logistics, Kühne & Nagel • Dominik Stehle, Executive Vice President, deugro Group • Jens Christian Nielsen, Managing Director, Frachtcontor Junge 13:00 Lunch break 14:00 PANEL 2 The »Sword of Damocles«: Sulphur cap 2020 – operational efficiencies and new fuels 14:00 »Managing risks – the increasing importance of compliance« Swen Scholtyssek, KPMG »Fuel & propulsion – horses for courses?« Tim Kent, Technical Director, Marine and Offshore, Lloyd’s Register 14:20 Panel discussion »2020 and beyond: Dealing with the challenges …« • Tim Kent, Technical Director, Lloyd’s Register • Thomas Björn Larsen, Senior Vice President, Head of Skuld Hamburg • Svend Stenberg Mølholt, Group COO, Monjasa • tba, Shell Marine • tba, Maersk 15:15 Sub-Keynote address The new market landscape. Strategies to success and future competitiveness. A ship manager’s perspective. Ian Beveridge, CEO, Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement 15:45 Coffee break 16:30 PANEL 3 Shipping in the capital markets A new fund for shipping Christoph Toepfer, Director Australis Maritime Shipping bank update – what comes after the clean sweep? 17:00 How much to gain from second-hand tonnage? Joep Gorgels, Global Head Transportation and Logistics Clients, ABN Amro Susanne Mertens, Senior Consultant, Silverton Maritime Solutions tba, Danish Ship Finance 17:30 Capital markets review IPOs, follow-on offerings, Oslo bond market Erik Helberg, CEO, Clarksons Platou Securities 17:55 Online ship autions hit S&P market VesselBid: Generating »best prices« for distressed assets Clemens Toepfer, Managing Director, Toepfer Transport 18:15 Closing remarks 18:20 Evening Buffet, Reception hosted by The Marshall Islands Registry Ian Beveridge CEO Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement Anthony Firmin COO Hapag-Lloyd Joep Gorgels Global Head Transportation ABN Amro Erik Helberg CEO Clarksons Platou Securities Tim Kent Technical Director Lloyd’s Register Please note: Subject to alterations Thomas Björn Larsen SVP, Head of Skuld HH, Skuld Swen Scholtyssek Partner | KPMG Law Susanne Mertens Senior Consultant Silverton Maritime Solutions Dominik Stehle Executive VP deugro Group Jens Christian Nielsen Managing Director Frachtcontor Junge Sverre Bjorn Svenning Global Head of Research Fearnleys Svend Stenberg Mølholt Group COO Monjasa Christoph Toepfer CEO Australis Maritime Otto Schacht Executive VP Sea Logistics Kühne & Nagel Clemens Toepfer Managing Director Toepfer Transport HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. Jahrgang – 2018 – Nr. 10 21

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