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            Webinar: Navigating shipping and commodities markets during a pandemic - calm seas or stormy waters ahead?

            Join our webinar where we will be discussing the impact of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia and the challenges facing the shipping and commodities sectors in navigating through the pandemic.

            Date
            27 May 2020 16:00
            to
            27 May 2020 17:00

            Locations
            Webinar - your unique joining link will be provided on registering for the event

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            • 16:00 - 17:00 (Singapore UTC+8)
            • 09:00 - 10:00 (UK time)

            Our speakers will be discussing:

            • the potential rise in commodities litigation and maritime arbitration;
            • insurance implications facing the sector;
            • the reliance on Force Majeure to exit unprofitable agreements;
            • how to optimise corporate structures to mitigate risk;
            • the conducting of material contract audits to identify vulnerabilities;
            • using hedging as a strategy;
            • the importance of transparency; and
            • implementing restructurings.

            The webinar will provide particular insight into the situation in Singapore and will be useful for all businesses that are reliant on moving goods across borders in the region.

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