Topic: The Effect of Analytics in the Maritime Industry
Date: Thursday, 8 July 2021 from 13:00-14:00 (London local time)
Registration: Free webinar, simply enter your email address to join as an attendee on Zoom on the day. Note that you will be redirected to a live stream of the event should the attendee limit have been reached.
Ioannis Papadimitriou – Freight Analyst – Vortexa
Ioannis is a Freight Analyst at Vortexa, with experience in the analysis of energy trade flows and the shipping markets. He has also worked at Affinity as a Shipping Trade Analyst, where he was responsible for covering the demand side of the tanker and dry bulk segments. Ioannis also holds an MSc in Shipping, Trade & Finance from The Business School (formerly Cass) as well as an MEng in Marine Engineering & Naval Architecture from the University of Strathclyde.
Anastasia Zania – Research Analyst – Galbraiths
Anastasia joined the Galbraiths Research team in 2020 and has several years of experience analysing the crude and products tanker markets. Born and raised in Athens, Greece, Anastasia started her shipping career in 2015. She has completed a number of shipping related internships in Piraeus and Athens ranging from chartering and operations to shipping equity analysis at Halkidon Shipping Corporation, Navios Shipmanagement and Axia Ventures Group. Between 2015 and 2019 she was part of a team of tanker analysts at Howe Robinson Partners in London. She holds an MSc in International Shipping and Finance from ICMA Centre, University of Reading and a BSc in Economics from the University of Sussex.
Fotis Kalathas – Trading Analyst – ENI Shipping & Trading
Fotis is currently a Trading Analyst at ENI Shipping & Trading in London, with a focus on the naphtha market. Prior to joining ENI, Fotis was responsible for post-fixture analysis in Trafigura. Fotis also holds an MSc in Shipping Trade & Finance from The Business School (formerly Cass).
Michail Begleris – Sustainability Desk – Peninsula
Michail is currently a member of Peninsula’s Sustainability Division, which is central in developing the company’s decarbonisation strategy as well as offering alternative fuels solutions to vessel owners and operators. Prior to that, Michail was at Simpson Spence & Young as a Market Analyst. His academic background includes Shipping Finance at City University Business School and Marine Engineering at Newcastle University.