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Baltic Exchange ICS Webinar Series 4

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Baltic Exchange ICS Webinar Series 4

The Baltic Exchange building in the City where the GSCC has its administrative offices

 Lecture 2: The Market and Maritime Arbitration – “A Recap and Some Possible Future Positions”

In our upcoming Baltic Exchange-Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers lecture, we’re delighted to welcome a range of distinguished speakers to help us unravel the drivers and decision-making processes that sit behind maritime arbitrations and what changes are taking effect in the world of maritime disputes.

The Market and Maritime Arbitration (EMEA-Americas)
When: 10 February 2021, 10:00-11:00 (London) / 18:00-19:00 (Singapore)
Where: GoToWebinar, to watch live or receive a recording register here
Bruce Harris, President, LMAA
Bruce Harris, President, LMAABruce has practiced as a full-time commercial arbitrator since 1980 dealing with all kinds of commercial and trading disputes. To date, he has been involved in over 10,000 references and signatory to well over 2,000 awards.
Daniella Horton, Honorary Secretary, LMAAAn arbitrator and qualified soliciter, with expertise in fixture, operations, charterparties, contracts of affreightment and bills of lading, sale, purchase and carriage of bulk and bagged cargoes, Black Sea shipments and carriage in ice conditions.
Register here
The Market and Maritime Arbitration (Asia-Pacific)
When: 10 February 2021,15:00-16:00 (Singapore) /  07:00-08:00 (London)
Where: GoToWebinar, to watch live or receive a recording register here
Punit Oza, Executive Director & Registrar, SCMA 
Punit has over 27 years of experience in Dry Bulk Shipping, holding management positions in some of the leading shipping and trading companies. He has an M.SC. in Shipping, Trade and Finance (CASS) and an LLB and Post Graduate Diploma in Maritime Law from UoL. 
Lee Wai Pong, SCRIBE
Wai-Pong is an active Arbitrator, Mediator, Adjudicator and Business Advisor with special focus in the Maritime / Oil & Gas sectors. SCRIBE is a new rapid dispute resolution procedure targeted at small claims and is a private sector initiative.
Register here
About the seriesThose in chartering, trading, and operations roles are invited to join this free series which is designed to help future generations of industry leaders reinforce their wider understanding of freight market issues, beyond their daily market interaction.Still to come in Series 4:Apr: The Asset Play: freight cycles and S&P marketsJun: Container and Bulk: The future for freight
Please direct any questions or queries to marketing@balticexchange.com.

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