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22 Angeliki Frangou, Navios

Angelki Frangou has few rivals as today’s pre-eminent female shipowner — and she has outstripped most male peers in terms of orchestrating a publicly listed empire that spans four separate US-listed companies. Recent expansions in dry bulk and containers have once again demonstrated the premium she puts on timing major market moves, but Ms Frangou is also known for being able to actively manage a large portfolio that includes a joint venture ports, logistics and cabotage business in Latin America

A new containership vehicle has caught the eye, while the Navios chairman and chief executive has been firing on all cylinders

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