Moore Stephens International Shipping Group update from the Annual Capital Link Greek Shipping Forum.

The Moore Stephens international Shipping Group met in Athens for a business development day and to attend the 10th Annual Capital Link Greek Shipping Forum.

Costas Constantinou, Global Leader of Moore Stephens International Shipping and senior partner of Moore Stephens Greece commented:

“These are exciting times for the industry and the Moore Stephens Network.  Digitization is replacing traditional practices and clients need a firm they trust to navigate them through the changes.  It is also clear that access to alternate forms of finance will require companies to have independent attestation of their systems.”

The business development day included participation from Moore Stephens shipping experts in principal shipping locations (including Singapore, New York, Greece, Monaco, Turkey, Hamburg, Oslo and Cyprus) focusing on current opportunities and future strategic planning.
Costas added, “Shipping is a traditional business and face to face meetings are an important part of the industry.  Events such as Capital link, which attracts over 1,000 shipping executives from across the globe, allow us to meet clients, service providers and key prospects all under the one roof.  Financing and 2020 fuel regulations were key conference topics.  In addition, issues around digital transformation and environmental compliance were high on the agenda.” 
Moore Stephens International Shipping is now looking forward to meeting again in Singapore in April for the Moore Stephens event as part of the Singapore Shipping week.
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