Please fill in the form on the organiser’s website to register for the event.This year’s Fairplay Risk Forum will be held on Thursday, 1st February - at The Baltic Exchange, 38 St Mary Axe, London EC3A 8BH.
Tufton Oceanic has a 45 year history as one the shipping industry’s leading innovators in finance, investment and fund management.
Andrew Hampson began his career with Bank of America in 1978 where he graduated through the bank’s internal MBA level lending program. Hampson performed a variety of functions in the credit administration department and problem loan groups before becoming a credit and marketing officer in the bank’s European ship lending department in 1986.
In 1992 he joined Theisen Securities, a private maritime corporate finance house, where he primarily focused on provided debt related advisory and arranging services to a variety of worldwide shipping companies and debt providers.
Co-organised by MS Amlin and Ins Tech London in association with Norton Rose Fulbright, the event will include a debrief from the Department for Transport on the recent Marine Autonomy Lab and will be addressed by the Minister for Shipping.
The draft programme of the evening is as follows: 5.30pm – 6.00pm – Registration, drinks and nibbles 6.00pm – 6.15pm – Brief introductions from NRF, Ins Tech London and MS Amlin 6.15pm – 6.35pm – Department for Transport – Smart Shipping Policy Lab 6.35pm – 6.55pm – EY / Guardtime / MS Amlin / XL Catlin – Blockchain Enabled Marine Insurance Platform 6.55pm – 7.15pm – Lloyd’s of London / Windward – Maritime Data Analytics 7.15pm – 7.35pm – Insur Tech Presentations 7.35pm – 7.50pm – Nusrat Ghani MP – Minister of Shipping 7.50pm – 8.00pm – Wrap-up 8.00pm – 9.00pm – Networking and drinks and canapés Maritime London will be holding a morning event during Posidonia 2018 on Wednesday, 6th June at the UK Ambassador’s Residence in Athens.
John will share details of real threats to the global cargo community posed by cyber criminals, distilled from actual examples and recently developing trends.