The London Branch and WISTA (Women's International Shipping & Trading Association) will jointly hold a Summer Event at 18:00 on 5 July 2018 at The Oyster Shed (1 Angel Lane, London EC4R 3AB). Being one of the City’s finest watering holes, with panoramic sun drenched views across the Thames, it’s the perfect pub to retreat to for a glass of something special.
(Image from www.oystershed.co.uk, 3 June 2018)
Details of the lecture can be found at https://youtu.be/CPqh7f800Zg.
Baltic Exchange's Chairman’s Cocktail Party (CCP) will take place this year at the English Baroque style Christ Church (Spitalfields, London E1 6LY) at 18:30 and tickets are now on sale.
The London Branch will hold an spring seminar at 18:30 on 24 April 2018 at Holman Fenwick Willan (Friary Court, 65 Crutched Friars, London EC3N 2AE). The seminar will focus on "Trading in the Arctic" and shipping experts will dicsuss current operations and future trends in arctic shipping, followed by a network opportunity.
- Guy Main FICS, Senior Manager of HFW
- Andy Hill, Manageing Director of MOL LNG - Transport Europe - "Yamal - Ready for Operation in the Northern Sea Route"
- John Simpson, Senior Partner of Solis Marine - "The Salvor - Picking up the Pieces"
- Peter McArthur, Director of Norwest Interaction Ltd - "The Expert Witness - Sifting through the Evidence"
(Image from https://safety4sea.com, 14 April 2018)
The Branch welcomes you to our first event in Southampton and is kindly supported and partnered with the “Faststream Recruitment Group”, come along and meet members of the Institute, students and committee to learn more about the Institute, Professional Qualifications and opportunities within the Maritime Industry.
Time: from 1800 hrs onwards, Thursday 18 April 2018
Location: The Oasis Bar, 137 High Street, Southampton SO14 2BS
Drinks and Nibbles will be provided (until tab expires).
We are pleased to announce that this spring's Revision Evening will take place at Norton Rose Fulbright (3 More London Riverside, London, SE1 2AQ) in the evening of 16 April 2018.
We encourage students to join the evening and be armed with diverse questions and we anticipate lecturers can rise to the challenge and offer some lively and detailed discussions and explanations to help students to have greater confidence and deeper knowledge on their subject(s).
Further details will be annoucned shortly.
Held in conjunction with the Baltic Exchange, this month, the London lecture will investigate effects of cyclical events and high tech trading tools to examine how the collective commercial decisions taken by traders and owners to stay ahead of the curve in 2017 impacted rates and played out in reality.
Feel free to pop in to the Baltic Exchange (38 St Mary Axe, London EC3A 8BH) on 28 March 2018 at 13:00.