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Lloyd’s List at London International Shipping Week 2023

The Lloyd’s List team will be involved in several key forums and panels at the biennial event as well as producing a daily podcast in association with class society DNV

London International Shipping Week kicks off on September 11. Our experts will be showcasing their knowledge and speaking to thought leaders in key areas such as decarbonisation, sanctions compliance and shipping operations

THIS year’s London International Shipping Week runs from September 11-15 with a packed schedule of forums, workshops, roundtables and receptions.

Lloyd’s List will be front and centre as usual at many events throughout the week. You can catch up with the industry thought leaders through our daily podcast, in association with classification society DNV.

Listen to the podcast for free on our hub page here or subscribe through your preferred podcast platform for the latest edition and to access our archive.

Key events:

LISW Shipping Risk Forum

September 11, 9-3:30pm

Lloyd’s List editor-in-chief Richard Meade will be a moderator for the 2nd edition of the Shipping Risk Forum, organised by Maritime London in partnership with the International Group of P&I Clubs, International Underwriting Association, London & International Insurance Brokers Association and Lloyd’s Market Association.

The forum brings together the London marine insurance and global shipping communities to examine how insurers are providing solutions to the key issues facing the maritime sector.

Lloyd’s List is also the media partner for this event.


Shipping and decarbonisation: An inconvenient truth?

September 11, 3-6pm

Richard Meade will also feature on the panel of this event with James Hookham, director, Global Shippers Forum, Dr Lucy Gilliam, senior shipping policy officer, Seas at Risk and Alisdair Pettigrew, managing director and co-founder, BLUE Communications. The session will be moderated by Lloyd’s List editorial board member Amie Pascoe, director of BLUE Communications.

Read the preview article here.


Capital Link’s 15th Annual Shipping & Marine Services Forum

September 12, 8:30-5:30pm

Lloyd’s List Intelligence senior analyst Michelle Wiese Bockmann joins the panel “Do Sanctions Work?” along with Claire McCleskey, assistant director of the Office of Foreign Affairs (Ofac) at the US Department of Treasury, Laura Harbridge, lead of the UK Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation at HM Treasury, and Isabelle Monfort, Russia sanctions team leader at the Directorate General for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union (DG FISMA) of the European Commission.


UK Chamber of Shipping – Building Resilience Through Trade

September 12, 9-10:30am

Lloyd’s List containers editor James Baker chairs this event, discussing with leaders of the international shipping community, major retailers, manufacturers and politicians the crucial role of strong and sustainable trading relationships and how to ensure trade helps, rather than hinders, global resilience.


Norton Rose Fulbright: Women in Maritime – Turning DEI talk into action: Opportunities and tools for an equitable maritime industry

September 13, 9-11am

Michelle Wiese Bockmann will join this panel looking at gender diversity in the maritime sector along with Sarah Kenny OBE (BMT), Katharina Stanzel (Intertanko), Anastassia Tcherneva (ABN AMRO Bank) and Ian Hampton (Stena Line).

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