Marine Money Climate Week – Debt, Equity and Venture Investing in Maritime Decarbonization
As it has in other industries, multi-generational wealth will be created by those who successfully invest in the companies and technology that will decarbonize the maritime industry. Marine Money Climate Week will feature several one-of-a-kind sessions devoted to exploring the opportunities and risks associated with investing in maritime decarbonization. Don’t miss these valuable sessions featuring some of the most active and exciting market participants:
Raising & Investing Early-Stage Capital for Maritime Decarbonization Technology• Venture Capital in shipping technology• Assessing technology risk• Strategies for Investors: Individual transactions or pooled portfolios• Summary of recent M&A transactions – when organic growth isn’t the most efficient• Case Studies: A summary of executed transactions
Nikos Petrakakos, Partner, Argo Capital Advisors
How different types of capital approach investing in maritime decarbonizationTechnology will play a vital role in marine decarbonization – and success willbe enjoyed by those who develop successful solutions. In this session, wediscuss how investors manage risk by identifying which hardware and softwaresolutions will be successful in today’s early stage, fast moving andhighly technical transition to decarbonization.
Nikolas Pyrgiotis, Vice President of Technology Ventures, The Signal Group David Clamage, Consultant, Generate Capital Kevin Humphreys, President, Americas Marine & Offshore, Lloyd’s Register Jim Sledzik, Managing Director, North America, Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures
Moderator: Nikos Petrakakos, Partner, Argo Capital Advisors Sources and Strategies for Accessing “Green” Financing Capital allocation toward “Sustainable” equity and debt investments isgrowing faster than opportunities – creating robust demand for qualifyingtransactions. In this session, active market players discuss their strategy,appetite and criteria for global green maritime infrastructure investment. Joachim Nahem, Partner, The Governance Group André Mutter, Vice President, Maritime Industries, KfW IPEXBank GmbH Matthew Tinari, CEO, EverGreen Transport & Infrastructure Alastair McDonald, Managing Director, Investments, Purus Marine
Moderator: Will Vogel, Partner, Watson Farley & Williams
See these sessions and more – View the full agenda on our webpage here
The $2 trillion dollar shipping industry will play a vital role in decarbonization – but transitioning the industry will depend on collaboration and developing commercially viable solutions capable of attracting capital and generating returns. Marine Money Climate Week, an official Climate Week NYC event, highlights pioneering people, companies, products, and organizations working to meet the shipping industry’s essential decarbonization goals.
Your single registration link will allow you to view any or all of the sessions that will take place over the three, half-days, on September 21 – 23 AND will give you access to replays in case you miss sessions you are interested in.
Please join us at Marine Money Climate Week for discussions that will help shape the future. On behalf of our Partners, Prime and Corporate Sponsors, we hope that you will join us for this exciting week. Thank you for your support and please contact us if you have any questions. (Contact Mike at MikeMcCleery@marinemoney.com or Lorraine at LParsons@marinemoney.com for more).
The Marine Money Team
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