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Capital Link’s 2nd Annual German Forum in Hamburg November 3

HAMBURG, Germany – Capital Link’s 2nd Annual German Forum will take place on Thursday, November 3, at the Empire Riverside Hotel in Hamburg, Germany. The event is held in partnership with DNV and with the support of the German Shipowners’ Association (VDR) and the Hamburg Shipbrokers’ Association.

The Forum will be held the day before the Annual Eisbeinessen event, which brings together maritime leaders from all over the world.

The Forum will feature German and International maritime industry leaders, shipowners, financiers, sharing their insights on critical global industry topics, which includes: Shipping markets update & outlook, Opportunities and Challenges in Shipowning, Corporate Strategy, Geopolitics, ESG, the new Energy Landscape, Ship Finance & Investments, Fleet Renewal, Technology, and more.

Forum keynote speaker Dr. Martin Stopford will discuss Shipping in an Era of Change.

Seating is limited. Register to save your seat today: https://bit.ly/3z9FUec.

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