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Friday, February 19, 2010

Global Greek Events: Capital Link's Greek Shipping Forum, Tuesday February 23rd 2010

Athens Ledra Marriott Hotel
115 Syngrou Avenue
Athens, Greece
9:15 am - 6:00 pm

"Accessing Capital in Today's Markets 
&
Positioning for the Rebound"


Inaugural Speaker

 
Mrs Louka Katseli,  
Greece's Minister of Economy, Competitiveness & Shipping



Keynote Speaker at Luncheon

 
Professor Costas Grammenos
Pro Vice Chancellor, City University of London


How is the current global slowdown in shipping different then previous downturns?

What are Greek ship owners doing to weather and benefit from today’s market volatility?

What steps are they taking for the future?

Will banks new lending restrictions eliminate the small ship owner?

What are the various mechanisms through which ship owners can meet their financing needs?

Greek ship owners are a major force in global shipping operating more than 20% of the global fleet. Throughout the many historical downturns, Greek ship owners have been able to manage and survive weak freight markets long enough to turn losses into profits when markets improved. This could be the reason why the shipping and investor community continue to look at the behavior of Greek ship owners during peaks and troughs as they have been able to prove the art of success in one of the most difficult to predict professions in the world.

The 2010 Greek Shipping Forum in Athens debates the current trends in the shipping, financial and capital markets and focuses on the latest capital raising methods and various alternative funding options in a tight credit market for public and private ship owners. Also, how to manage risk in today’s global and highly volatile market environment.

The Forum will also evaluate new and emerging business models by the Greek Shipowning community in response to asset value reductions and volatility in the global shipping markets.

Taking a hard look at new global investment strategies and risk, the Capital Link Shipping Forum is designed as an interactive informational and networking forum for addressing a range of current opportunities and challenges specific to the shipping community but relevant to all global financiers and investors. 


  For further information and an events schedule 

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Capital Link Forums are by invitation only and seating is limited. 

Advance registration is required as onsite registration is limited. 
Capital Link reserves the right to review and approve all attendees.

Register Now for the Forum and the Official Luncheon (Optional)  

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