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Joining the subsequent panel discussion were Bud Darr, Executive Vice President of Policy & Government Affairs at MSC Group, Baroness Bryony Worthington, Executive Director of the Environmental Defense Fund Europe, and James M. Turner QC, Commercial Advocate at Quadrant Chambers.
The last session of the LISW19 Conference, Innovation in Trade and Shipping Finance, looked at how funding models for shipping must also innovate in a world where markets are being in uenced by technology
and climate change, and where trading patterns are changing in line with consumer demand. It also reviewed how the industry will  nance sustainable growth in this rapidly changing world.
Jane Diplock AO, Chair of the NZ Securities Commission and Director of the Singapore Exchange, looked at how changes in investment culture are impacting trade, while Michael Parker, Global Industry Head of Shipping
& Logistics at Citigroup, looked at the changing role of bank  nance on the pathway to zero emissions.
The moderated panel discussion that followed included panellists Lindsey Keeble, Global Maritime Sector Head and Partner of the Asset Finance Group London at law  rm Watson Farley & Williams and James Brocklebank, Co-chair of the Global Executive Committee and Co-head Europe at Advent International.
The LISW19 conference was brought to a close by Harry Theochari and Paddy Rodgers.
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