Capital Link China Shipping Forum

Mar 14, 2016

Propelling the 21st Century Maritime Silk Route Global Finance and Capital Markets

As China embarks on fulfilling President Xi Jinping vision of reviving the Maritime Silk Route, the local maritime and shipbuilding industry can benefit from enhanced access to the global markets to strengthen China’s role as an important maritime hub and grow their business. Similarly, global financiers and value investors are looking to participate in this exciting development through linking with suitable Chinese business partners in China and take advantage of the opportunities created by the current market volatility.

 

The Capital Link China Shipping Forum will explore how Chinese ship-owners and leasing firms can benefit from the latest trends in global financing, capital markets development and alternative financing. It will connect Chinese owners with global maritime industry players and global investors to discuss joint venture opportunities, demonstrate how to optimize ship management during difficult market conditions, show how owners can restructure their business and address the requirements of global maritime industry players.

The majority of the speakers and panelists are experts and top decision makers from global organizations. They come to Shanghai prepared to address critical topics of interest to the industry and to interact with high level executives from the shipping, shipbuilding and finance communities

As such, attendees of the China Shipping Forum can expect a high level of rich industry information and unique networking opportunities with key maritime industry players, including influential members from the shipping, shipbuilding, investment banks financial leasing companies as well as global traders of major dry bulk and energy commodities in one event.

As such, attendees of the China Shipping Forum can expect a high level of rich industry information and unique networking opportunities with key maritime industry players, including influential members from the shipping, shipbuilding, investment banks financial leasing companies as well as global traders of major dry bulk and energy commodities in one event.

To register, please visit: http://forums.capitallink.com/shipping/2016china/index.html.

For more information please contact:

Eleni Bej, New York, (212) 661-7566, ebej@capitallink.com

Nicolas Bornozis, New York, chinaforum@capitallink.com

Source from : CNSS

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