About this event
Join us for the opening webinar session of our global lecture series where we will shine the spotlight on impending IMO regulations set to sweep across commercial maritime markets. Bringing bitesize analysis of the IMOs road to lower emissions, our experts will lay down the basics of what this will mean for commercial markets including impacts on CP clauses and rates as well as how the industry can achieve this monumental task using new tech.
The Baltic - ICS annual lecture series is open to all members. These sessions allow us to put forward leading speakers on industry-challenging subjects, to bring digestible insight from the top, for those working in chartering, trading, broking and others in and around commercial freight markets.
This year’s programme includes:
Martin has a passion for advancing sustainability, social and safety outcomes in the maritime industry to improve global prosperity without harming people or the planet. He founded Lookout Maritime, as a vehicle to deliver on these objectives. Prior to this he was CEO of RightShip.
Alastair Stevenson is the Head of Simpson Spence and Young's Digital Analysis group in London, undertaking detailed analysis of shipping markets, including maritime decarbonisation. He has over 25 years of experience trading and analysing commodity and freight markets, both in public and private sector roles.
Crispin joined the Baltic Exchange in 2008 after working in Westminster as a researcher in the House of Commons and later leading a research team at a public affairs consultancy. He heads up Sales and Business Development (EMEA) for the Baltic Exchange.
Alessio specialises in both international commercial litigation and maritime environmental compliance work, including MARPOL, sustainability, decarbonisation, alternative fuels and emissions trading. He advises shipowners and operators on all type of contracts, advising extensively on carbon emissions regulations and fuel/bunker related issues.
The Baltic Exchange is the world's only independent source of maritime market information for the trading and settlement of physical and derivative contracts.
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