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Conference Speakers
Randy has served on the Board of Directors of Taiwan’s Wan Hai Lines’ since 2002. He is responsible for International Business Development functions across different departments, including joint-venture efforts with other lines, long-term investments, port/terminal relations and investor relations. He is Wan Hai Lines’ representative for industry forums including World Shipping Council, Asian Shipowner’s Forum and Intra-Asia Discussion Agreement. Randy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and English Literature from Duke University and an MBA from MIT/Sloan School of Business.
Randy Chen
Vice Chairman
Wan Hai Lines
Andy has over 30 years of experience in the transportation sector, at merchant bank Ceres and in the Global Shipping Groups of Chemical Bank and Manufacturers Hanover Trust. Since 1988, he has been active in M&A, equity issuance, debt capital markets, private equity investing and  nancial advisory activities for J.P. Morgan and its predecessor  rms. He was a member of J.P. Morgan’s Transportation Group’s investment banking team from 2000-2003 and Global Head of Shipping and Cruise investment banking from 2003-2008.
Andrian Dacy
Managing Director, CEO and CIO, Global Transportation Group
J.P. Morgan Asset Management
As an experienced global maritime leader in the areas of policy, government, and related law, Bud is closely involved in MSC’s response to developments in environmental public policy and regulation and other industry-wide issues such as carbon reduction, maritime security, safety at sea, illegal wildlife traf cking and international shipping policy. Bud has served in the US Navy, US Merchant Marine and US Coast Guard, obtained a degree from Merchant Marine Academy and studied at the George Washington University Law School.
Bud Darr
Executive Vice President, Policy & Government Affairs, MSC Group Member of the BIMCO Board of Directors
Jane is an experienced international company director
and advisor to governments in global trends, international  nance, law, regulation and the setting and implementation
of international standards. Trained as a lawyer and economist at Sydney University, Australian National University and London School of Economics, she chaired the International Organization of Securities Commissions for seven years following a career as an investment banker, senior civil servant and securities market regulator. She sits on several boards and chairs committees related to  nancial services.
Jane Diplock AO
Former Chairman, IOSCO (The International Organisation of Securities Commissions) Director, Singapore Exchange
Paul was a Member of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution from 2002-2008. He was a Co- Chair of UN Environment’s Global Environment Outlook, published in March 2019, and is currently co-chairing preparation of its GEO for Business publication. His published academic work focuses on the conditions and policies for achieving an environmentally sustainable economy. In 1994, he received a Global 500 Award from the United Nations Environment Programme and, in 2015, he received an OBE for services to environmental policy.
Paul Ekins OBE
Professor of Resources & Environmental Policy & Director
UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources at University College London
Lindsey specialises in structured finance and leasing, focused on transactions benefitting from export credit support and project financing transactions across a variety of maritime and offshore assets and in ports and infrastructure. She advises both borrowers and financiers and is highly regarded in the cruise and LNG sectors. Lindsey is recognised as a leading shipping finance lawyer (Chambers UK, Legal 500 UK and IFLR 1000). She joined the firm in 1997 and led its English law finance practice in Paris.
Lindsey Keeble
Global Maritime Sector Head and Partner, Asset Finance Group London Watson Farley & Williams
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