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Dry Bulk and Container Sector Panel Discussions With Major Company Executives

Nachrichtenquelle: Marketwired
25.09.2017, 15:00  |  5515   |   |   

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Sep 25, 2017) - Senior executives from leading publicly listed and private dry bulk and container shipping companies will discuss the trends, developments and outlook of the global commodities and shipping markets. This panel discussion takes place at Capital Link's 9th Annual New York Maritime Forum to be held in New York City on Monday, October 2, 2017, which also covers all other shipping sectors and topics of interest to the industry.

Mr. Nicolay Dyvik, Head of Shipping Research - DNB Markets


  • Mr. Gary Vogel, CEO and Director - Eagle Bulk Shipping (NASDAQ: EGLE)
  • Mr. John C. Wobensmith, President & CEO - Genco Shipping & Trading (NYSE: GNK)
  • Mr. Robert Bugbee, President & Director - Scorpio Bulkers (NYSE: SALT)
  • Mr. Stamatis Tsantanis, President & CEO - Seanergy Maritime Holdings (NASDAQ: SHIP)
  • Mr. Hamish Norton, President - Star Bulk Carriers (NASDAQ: SBLK)
  • Mr. Nicholas Notias, CEO - SteelShips

Mr. Christian Wetherbee, Director - Citi


  • Mr. Howard Finkel, Executive Vice President - COSCO Shipping Lines (North America) Inc.
  • Mr. Tasos Aslidis, CFO - Euroseas (NASDAQ: ESEA)
  • Mr. Cao Deambrosio, Managing Director - Seamax Capital Management
  • Mr. Peter S. Shaerf, Deputy Chair - Seaspan Corporation (NYSE: SSW)

To access the full agenda and to register please go to the link below:

The Forum is organized in partnership with DNB and in cooperation with the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, New York City Economic Development Corporation and The Port Authority of NY & NJ.

The New York Maritime Forum (NYMF) is both an investment and an industry conference with a double objective:

First, to provide an interactive platform for investors, financiers, cargo owners and shipowners to discuss the latest developments in the global shipping and commodity markets, as well as in the financial and capital markets. Second, to showcase and promote the role of New York as a hub for the global maritime community and attract more business to New York targeting a global industry audience.

The Forum will feature a number of panel discussions and presentations along these two main themes, as well as individual company presentations and one on one meetings between investors and company management.

The NYMF has invited the major industry organizations and city and state agencies to take active involvement with the event.

Luncheon Keynote Speaker: Mr. John C. Hadjipateras, Chairman of the Board and President and CEO - Dorian LPG

The audience will include the senior executives of publicly listed and privately held shipping, energy, commodity and logistics companies, commercial and investment bankers, institutional investors and financial advisors as well as a broader spectrum of industry participants such as shipping and liner companies, container leasing companies and operators, ship managers, ship brokers, ship agents, ship charterers, port terminal operators, port security, naval architects and engineers, classification societies, marine insurers and underwriters, marine arbitrators, maritime lawyers, marine mediators, marine advisors and consultants, maritime technology and marine educators.

IN COOPERATION WITH: New York Stock Exchange • NASDAQ • New York City Economic Development Corporation • The Port Authority of NY & NJ
GLOBAL LEAD SPONSOR: Tsakos Energy Navigation Ltd.
GLOBAL GOLD SPONSORS: Clay Maitland • Columbia Shipmanagement • DNV GL • DVB Bank • Tototheo Maritime
GLOBAL SPONSORS: ABN AMRO • Blank Rome LLP • Clarksons Platou Securities • Clyde & Co. • MSI • Reed Smith • RMK Maritime • Seward & Kissel LLP • Tufton Oceanic • Watson Farley & Williams
SPONSORS: AMA Capital Partners • The American Club • Breakwater Capital • Evercore • Orrick • Stifel

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