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Costas Constantinou participates at the Navigator - Shipping Decision Makers Online Week


17:30 Friday 16 April - 19:30 Friday 16 April 2021

As part of 5 closed discussions, the week closes with the discussion about: "Sustainable Greek Shipping: The financial and commercial aspects" on Friday 16 April 2021, 17.30hrs-19.30hrs.

The invitation is addressed exclusively to executives of Shipowning & Shipmanagement Companies and the discussion will be conducted in Greek.

The Navigator online week (Monday 12th to Friday 16th April 2021) includes 5 closed discussions which will be conducted  in Greek, among the Representatives of Ship owning and Ship management Companies, as well as Members of NAVIGATOR Forum Advisory Board, covering the spectrum of the Greek maritime cluster, analyzing the thematic issues of:

  • Human Element in Shipping
  • Supply chain
  • Sustainable Greek Shipping: Commercial and Financial Aspects
  • Decarbonization
  • Smart Shipping

Costas Constantinou, managing partner at Moore Greece and global maritime leader within the Moore Global network, participates at the closing discussion about "Sustainable Greek Shipping: The financial and commercial aspects".

  • Costas Constantinou, Managing Partner | Global Maritime Leader – Moore Greece
  • Katerina Stathopoulou, Executive Director – INVESTMENTS & FINANCE 
  • Costis Frangoulis, Founder & CEO – FRANMAN
  • George Kallianis, Founder/CEO Kallianis Bros Shipping S.A.
  • Kostas Rokkos, Chairman & CEO – TST International SA.
  • Ioanna Vitta, Shipping law & International Disputes Specialist. FCIarb -Partner Penningtons Manches Cooper
  • George Xiradakis, Founder & Owner XRTC Business Consultants Ltd

  • ESG Regulation and its effect on the shipping company in terms of loan availability and increased costs in being compliant
  • A spinoff on (a) above is that the Finance department and the Commercial department of the shipping company now need to go hand-in-hand and learn to cooperate.
  • We now have a regulatory avalanche in shipping and the requirements that are imposed on the small and medium size Greek shipping companies are increasing tremendously. Will they be cooperating and/or forming joint partnerships in order to survive and streamline the ever increasing costs emanating from these regulatory requirements? Will small Greek shipowners ever consider becoming investors in medium size Greek shipping companies?