The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The view from New York
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For this week’s edition of the podcast our markets editor Michelle Wiese Bockmann has been out and about in shipping’s financial capital, getting the New York view on shipping capital, banking, raising finance and investor attitudes
THIS week’s edition of the Lloyd’s List podcast comes to you via New York where markets editor Michelle Wiese Bockmann has been speaking with three key maritime and shipping leaders in their field that each provide a unique financial and investment perspective on our industry.
Svein Engh is senior managing director and portfolio manager of Entrust Global. The lending business has raised nearly $3bn since founding in 2016, the vast majority of that during the pandemic.
John Kartsonas is founder and managing partner of Breakwave Advisors. He started the exchange-traded fund BDRY, based on dry bulk freight futures, opening up shipping to retail and institutional investors. The ETF trades between $5m and $10m, volumes that rival many of the mostly illiquid small-cap shipping stocks on the New York Stock exchange.
Michael Webber, managing partner of Webber Advisory, is a long-time researcher of public shipping markets, well known for his work looking at ESG in this space.
Svein Engh, senior managing director and portfolio manager of Entrust Global
John Kartsonas, founder and managing partner of Breakwave Advisors
Michael Webber, managing partner of Webber Advisory