Hafnia was pleased to collaborate with Marine Money in their 34th Annual Marine Money Conference entitled “Shipping at the Center of a Changing World”.
In its 34th year, Marine Money Week is the largest annual gathering of the most active dealmakers in global ship finance. During the 3-day conference in New York, over 700 delegates met to debate and discuss amongst other topics, themes around supply chains, energy and commodity markets, inflation and de-globalization related to shipping, which is at the crux of some of the largest macro trends – evermore at the forefront of the investor agenda.
During the conference, Hafnia CEO Mikael Skov participated on the panel “Product & Chemical Tankers” together with other leaders in the segment, discussing and debating the challenges and topics related to decarbonization, M&A and Capital Allocation in the global CPP market.
Hafnia was also pleased to collaborate with its partner Diginex on an additional panel led by Jessica Camus (Chief Corporate Affairs Officer and Head of ESG at Diginex) in relation to its adoption of innovative ESG reporting methodologies relevant to the Shipping and Maritime industry.
At the “Shipping at the Center of a Changing World” Conference, Hafnia was also presented an award, honoring the 2021 Deal of the Year, in which Hafnia was awarded within the M&A category, for its acquisition of Chemical Tankers Inc.
In attendance, were Hafnia delegates Mikael Skov, Soren Steenberg Jensen, Perry van Echtelt and Thomas Andersen.
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