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1st Global Shipbrokers Forum

      5/10/2001

A one-day conference offers the shipbroking sector a forum in which to meet and discuss current issues of the industry. The conference, entitled the 1st Global Shipbrokers' Forum, is organised by the Hellenic Shipbrokers' Association, in co-operation with Mare Forum, which is based in Rotterdam. The conference is designed to seek out, debate and conclude upon the truths of the ship broking profession of the moment. New legal developments, information age tools, and a growing demand that due respect be paid to one of the most crucial sectors in the shipping industry, the 1st Global Shipbrokers' Forum will set an agenda for action in response to the emerging reality of the profession.

The topics to be addressed at the conference are:

  • Can a broker add value to a fixture?
  • The Internet: The New Tool, or Just Another Myth?
  • Brokers acting in good faith, but without guarantee. Is this sufficient for a viable future?
  • An Examination of Three Species of Shipbrokers: The One Man Show, The Small Business, The Big Corporation
  • The Successful S&P Broker: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow
  • The Need for the Tanker Broker in an IT Environment
  • Can the Shipbrokers Responsibilities be Insured?
  • Securing the Payment of Commissions
  • Protecting Brokers from Non-Good Faith Principals
  • How can shipbrokers' associations assist their members?
  • An Examination of Human Resources in the Shipbroking Industry
  • Today's Motto: "My word is my bond" - What about tomorrow?

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