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AN INTRODUCTION TO MARITIME TRADING RISK AND WHERE TO START
Those involved throughout the maritime supply chain have seen increased guidance from regulators surrounding counterparty and sanctions risk exposures, particularly around deceptive shipping practices that are on the rise. Increasingly, sophisticated tactics evolve and change to avoid detection and exploit opaque ownership structures.
The annual Lloyd’s List Shipping Outlook Forum has established itself as the agenda-setting event of the maritime calendar, gathering an exclusive panel of the industry’s leading lights along with Lloyd’s List and Lloyd’s List Intelligence experts to directly answer the critical questions shaping maritime markets.
Can we move away from just focusing on the asset to really considering business model innovation and create incentives to make positive change, rather than lowest common denominator regulatory enforcement?
Can we create a standardised basis for digitalized efficiencies and re-think the industry’s approach to the circular economy and life-cycle management?
How do we find a model that pays for all this in a more collaborative system where there is a premium available for quality, efficiency, and safety rather than a race to the bottom in terms of price?