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Lloyd’s List Outlook 2019: Finance

The asset financing that caused such huge losses for many of the European banks is not long for this world. Instead we should expect a more corporate finance approach to the business of shipping and the value it adds it in the global supply chain

Near term, banks are lending less to shipping and sources of capital are getting tighter. Long term, shipping finance as we know it will disappear into corporate finance

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