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Conference Programme
CONFERENCE
PROGRAMME
THURSDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 2019
WELCOME TO THE LISW19 CONFERENCE
09:00 Registration and Networking Breakfast
GROWING NEW MARKETS AND NEW BUSINESS
10:15 Do the recent trade tensions between the US, China and Europe signal the end of the rules-based liberal economic order? Is there an inherent tension between globalisation and
inequality propagating the rise of the far left and right around the world?
This session will analyse the current status of international trade, its potential changes; and whether rhetoric matches the reality. It will seek to plot the challenges and opportunities that will emerge for global shipping.
Keynote presentations
Chan Fan, Frank JP, Secretary for Transport and Housing, Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Rt Hon. Patricia Scotland QC, Secretary-General of The Commonwealth
Minister / Senior Of cial, UK Government
Vice Admiral Jerry Kyd CBE, Royal Navy Fleet Commander
Panelists
Hisham Nasir Alnughaimish, Vice President - Commercial and Operations, Bahri Oil
Mariella Bottiglieri, Managing Director, Giuseppe Bottiglieri Shipping Company S.p.A.
Randy Chen, Vice Chairman, Wan Hai Lines
12:00 Networking Luncheon
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09:45 Building on LISW19’s central theme International Trade in a Changing World as well as the sub-themes of Growing, Innovating, and Partnering, the LISW19 Conference will consider global
issues including global economic pressures, protectionism, Brexit, technology, regulations, environmental issues and the potential impact upon the maritime industry.
Welcome Address
Harry Theochari, Chair, Maritime UK and Global Head of Transport, Norton Rose Fulbright
Moderator’s Welcome
Paddy Rodgers, Director, Royal Museums Greenwich, Director and Chairman, ITOPF Ltd, and former CEO, Euronav
Keynote Address
International Trade in a Changing World Senior UK Government Minister
Keynote Address
Kitack Lim, Secretary-General, International Maritime Organization (IMO)


































































































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