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Angad Banga
Chief Operating Officer
The Caravel Group
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As COO of The Caravel Group, Angad is a key member of the Group’s Management, Investment, Risk, and Credit Committees. In addition, Angad has direct responsibility for the Group’s Finance, Operations, and Administrative functions. Angad also leads The Caravel Group’s strategic objectives, business development, and corporate finance activities.

Prior to joining Caravel as an Executive Director at its inception, Angad was a Principal with KKR, one of the world’s leading investment firms, with a core focus on Private Equity. Based in Hong Kong, Angad was principally focused on investing in Leveraged Buy-out (LBO) transactions across the Asia-Pacific region. In addition to this, Angad also ran the Asian Leveraged Finance business for KKR Capital Markets Asia, where he helped finance some of the largest, most complex and highly structured private equity acquisitions in Asia. Angad was a key team member of many notable investments by KKR Asia during his tenure.

Angad began his career as an Analyst in the Syndicated & Leveraged Finance team at JPMorgan in Hong Kong where he provided advice to, and raised capital for Private Equity firms and high growth and leveraged companies in Asia Pacific.

Following his experience at JPMorgan, Angad was hired as an Associate at The Blackstone Group – GSO Capital Partners also in Hong Kong to build out their credit investing platform. At Blackstone, Angad was primarily engaged in public and private credit investing across the entire capital structure in the Asia Pacific region.

In 2015, Angad was named as the “Young Person of the Year” by Seatrade Asia.

Angad graduated with an AB with Honors in Economics from Dartmouth College, in the USA.
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Burak Cetinok
Head of Research
Arrow Shipbroking Group
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Burak has close to 15 years of experience in the shipping industry. His current role includes providing commercial and strategic advice to banks, ship owners, shipbuilders and charterers, as well as market analysis in the drybulk, tanker and containership sectors. Prior to joining Arrow he worked as a Senior Consultant at Hartland Shipping Services, Senior Analyst at Clarksons and as Senior Executive at HSBC Shipping Services. He holds a BEng Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Southampton and an MSc in Shipping, Trade and Finance from the Cass Business School. Burak is a regular speaker at international conferences.
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Cissy Chan
Executive Director, Commercial
Airport Authority Hong Kong
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James Chang
Chief Crossborder Officer
Lazada Group
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Dirk de Rooij
Commercial Director
Seabury Aviation & Aerospace
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Margaret Fong
Executive Director
Hong Kong Trade Development Council
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Ms Margaret Fong is the Executive Director of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) since 1 October 2014. With a global network of over 40 offices, Ms Fong heads this international team whose mission is to create and facilitate opportunities in global trade for Hong Kong-based companies. She joined the HKTDC in 2010 as Deputy Executive Director, responsible for the international promotion of Hong Kong’s product and service industries and the Council’s office network worldwide.

Ms Fong has worked in a variety of public service posts, beginning her career as an Administrative Officer with the Hong Kong Government. From 1997 to 1999, she served as Deputy Director-General in the Washington Economic and Trade Office of the Hong Kong SAR Government.

She was Deputy Secretary for Transport from 1999 to 2004, Director-General of the Washington Economic and Trade Office from 2004 to 2006, and Commissioner for Economic and Trade Affairs, USA, from 2006 to 2008, representing the Hong Kong SAR Government in the United States. Before joining the HKTDC, Ms Fong was the Commissioner for Tourism from November 2008 to the end of 2009. She is a graduate of the University of Hong Kong.

Ms Fong is a member of the Working Group on Convention and Exhibition Industries and Tourism under the Economic Development Commission, the Aviation Development and Three-runway System Advisory Committee, the Hong Kong Maritime Industry Council, the Hong Kong Maritime and Port Board, the Hong Kong Logistics Development Council, the Hong Kong Tourism Board, and the Financial Services Development Council.
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James Gagne
President
SEKO Logistics
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Tim Huxley
Chairman
Mandarin Shipping Limited
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Tim Huxley is the Chairman of Mandarin Shipping Limited, a Hong Kong based shipping investment company. Mr Huxley has spent the whole of his working life in the shipping industry, initially joining Clarksons, the world’s leading shipbroking and shipping services company, in 1982 as a graduate trainee and subsequently spending twenty four years with the company, the majority in Hong Kong. In 2006, Mr Huxley established Mandarin Shipping Limited prior to taking on the role of CEO at Wah Kwong between 2008 - 2016.

Mr Huxley is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and a former Vice Chairman of the Hong Kong Shipowners Association.
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Eric Ip
Group Managing Director
Hutchison Port Holdings Limited
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Ip Sing-Chi, Eric is the Group Managing Director of Hutchison Port Holdings Limited (HPH) and Executive Director of Hutchison Port Holdings Management Pte Limited, the Trustee-Manager of HPH Trust.

Mr Ip joined Hongkong International Terminals in 1993 as the General Manager of Commercial and was promoted to Managing Director in 1998.

In 2001, Mr Ip expanded his role and became the Managing Director of Hutchison Ports South China, a regional division of the HPH Group, overseeing the Group’s business in Hong Kong and Southern China.

In July 2005, Mr Ip was appointed Executive Director on the Board of HPH and assumed the corporate role as Head of Commercial of HPH in addition to his role in Southern China.

In 2013, Mr Ip was appointed Deputy Group Managing Director of HPH.

After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the United Kingdom, Mr Ip began his career in the maritime industry in 1980, holding management positions with various leading shipping agencies.

Mr Ip is an independent non-executive director of COSCO SHIPPING Energy Transportation Co Ltd and Piraeus Port Authority S.A.
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Siddique Khan
President
Kerry Globalink
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Siddique Khan serves as CEO of Globalink Logistics. A graduate of the University of Punjab, Khan embarked on his career in the Transportation and Logistics industry in the Middle East in 1990. Actively involved with all facets of multimodal transportation systems and project logistics, Khan established Globalink Logistics in Kazakhstan in 1994. Under his management, Globalink Logistics expanded rapidly to 32 locations in 22 countries and become a market leader of transportation and logistics industry in Eurasia.

In 2017 Globalink Logistics and Kerry Logistics Network Limited (Hong Kong Stock Code 636.HK) merged to enhance their services and network under the ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative. With the combined strength of 25,000 staff, Kerry Globalink Logistics now operates more than 1000 service points, 4.2 million square meters of warehousing & terminal space and 8000 trucks in 51 countries.

Khan is the recipient of various certifications and diplomas related to shipping, transportation and logistics industry. In 2011 Khan was awarded “Entrepreneur of the Year” by American Chamber of Commerce, Kazakhstan and “Entrepreneur of the Year” by Ernst & Young. Khan is also a recipient of “Altyn Sapa” award of excellence of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Siddique Khan serves as an advisor to the Government of Kazakhstan for the development of transportation and logistics service sector. Khan’s areas of expertise are diverse covering Belt & Road Initiative, business expansion, strategic planning, change management, leadership development, board collaboration, acquisitions & integrations and supply chain management to name a few.
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Henry Ko
Managing Director Asia
Flexport
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Henry Ko is the Managing Director Asia of Flexport. In this role, Henry leads the company’s Asian business development, operations, marketing and sales strategy. Under Henry’s leadership, Flexport is committed to providing visibility and control over supply chain through easy to use technology.

With extensive years of experience in global freight forwarding, Henry has held several senior leadership roles at multinational logistics companies including DHL and SF Express, and was previously General Manager at LiFung KIDS, a member of Li & Fung Group.

Henry was appointed a member of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council’s Mainland Business Advisory Committee in 2016.

Henry earned a BBA (Hons) in Quantitative Analysis for Business, an EMBA and a Juris Doctor from the City University of Hong Kong.
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The Honourable Mrs Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, GBM, GBS
Chief Executive
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China
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Frosti Lau
General Manager, Cargo Service Delivery
Cathay Pacific Cargo
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Frosti Lau is currently General Manager, Cargo Service Delivery for Cathay Pacific Cargo, overseeing worldwide cargo service delivery and operation matters. Prior his latest appointment, he was the Manager Cargo Hub Operation Hong Kong focusing on matter related to export/import for Hong Kong and Hub operation. Mr Lau had also worked for the Cathay Pacific Group of airlines in various capacities in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Africa. During 2005-2009, he has also worked in the capacities of global accounts, airline partnership and charter sales in the Cargo division for the airline group.

Since 2014, he serves as the chairman of Hong Kong International Airport Air Cargo Carrier Liaison Group (CLG) working closely with airlines, industry partners and authorities to look at ways to strengthen HK’s position to remain as a premier aviation hub. He is also board member for Cargo iQ, an IATA interest group in creating and implementing quality standards for the worldwide air cargo industry.

Mr Lau holds MSc and BBA from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and MA from The University of Hong Kong.
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Dr Kelvin Leung
CEO, Asia Pacific
DHL Global Forwarding
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Dr Kelvin Leung is Chief Executive Officer of DHL Global Forwarding for Asia Pacific and is responsible for managing and directing the business unit’s activities in the region. Between 2008 and 2011, he was Chief Executive Officer for North Asia Pacific and prior to that appointment, was Chief Operating Officer for Asia Pacific.

Kelvin joined Danzas AEI, now known as DHL Global Forwarding, in 2002 as Managing Director for Hong Kong, South China and Macau. In 2004, he became Vice President of South East Pacific Region for DHL Danzas Air & Ocean. From 2002 to 2005, Kelvin played an instrumental role in making the company the market leader and more than doubling the size of the business. In 2005, he became Vice President of DHL Global Forwarding for Hong Kong, South China and Macau.

Prior to joining Danzas AEI, Kelvin started his career with Cathay Pacific Airways in 1989. For the next twelve years, he held several managerial positions including his final position as Manager of Global Network Revenue Operations.

Kelvin holds a number of important positions in both the private and public sectors. He is appointed by the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong government to the Advisory Committee on Admission of Quality Migrants and Professionals, and is a member of the Aviation Development Advisory Committee and Statistics Advisory Board. He is also elected as fellow member of local and international professional organizations including the Chartered Institute of Marketing, the Canadian Chartered Institute of Business Administration and the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.

Kelvin graduated from the University of Cambridge, Magdalene College, with a Masters in General Engineering Science. He received his doctorate in business administration at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. His hobbies include philosophy, reading and sports.
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Willy Lin, SBS, MBE, JP, FCILT
Chairman
Hong Kong Shippers’ Council
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Mr Willy Lin is Chairman of The Hong Kong Shippers’ Council as well as Hong Kong Productivity Council. Mr Lin is a member of the HKSAR’s Logistics Development Council, Maritime and Port Board, Trade and Industry Advisory Board under the Trade and Industry Department, and Manpower Development Committee of Labour and Welfare Bureau. He is also Honorary Chairman of Textile Council of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Exporters’ Association, and Hong Kong Knitwear Exporters’ & Manufacturers’ Association.

Mr Lin is a Member of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Committee of Jieyang, Guangdong.

Of his overseas affiliations, Mr Lin is Honorary Consul for the Slovak Republic in Hong Kong and Macao, member of the Board of Overseers of Babson College of the US, his alma mater, and Honorary Trade Advisor to the Ministry of Commerce of Thailand.

Mr Lin is Managing Director of Milo’s Knitwear (International) Ltd and CEO of Dongguan Tangxia Futung Knitwear Factory Ltd, and Non-Executive Director of Top Form International Ltd.
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Ross Lockie
Regional Officer (APAC), Aviation Security and Facilitation
ICAO
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Ross Lockie is the ICAO Asia and Pacific Regional Officer (APAC), Aviation Security and Facilitation based in the ICAO Bangkok Office. Prior to taking this position Mr Lockie spent the previous 12 years as the Technical Coordinator/Audit Team Leader with ICAO’s Universal Security Audit Programme (USAP) leading over 60 aviation security audits and associated missions in all regions of the world to assess ICAO Member States’ levels of compliance with ICAO Annex 17 – Security and Annex 9 - Facilitation to the Chicago Convention. In addition to his role as an audit Team Leader Mr Lockie performed a leading role in the development and evolution of the USAP and auditing methodology and ensured technical coordination for the work of all audit Team Leaders and audits performed. Immediately prior to joining the ICAO APAC Office, Mr Lockie was seconded to work as a Legal Officer with the United Nations Security Council’s Counter-Terrorism Executive Directorate (UN CTED) based in New York City conducting assessments of UN Member State implementation of UN counter-terrorism Security Council Resolutions.

Prior to joining ICAO in 2004, Mr Lockie worked as Security Operations Manager with AVSECO Ltd of the Hong Kong International Airport and before moving into the aviation security field served as a Detective Inspector with the Royal Hong Kong Police Force. Mr Lockie is a native of Scotland, UK and was educated at Dollar Academy and the University of Glasgow, obtaining a Master’s Degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
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Dr Hans Lombardo
Co-Founder & COO
Chain of Things
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Hans is a successful entrepreneur and enthusiastic proponent of blockchain technologies. He is a Co-Founder of Chain of Things - a Hong Kong-based startup integrating blockchain & IoT devices. In 2012, he sold his previous company, a data collection and analytics research firm focused on mainland Chinese high-technology industries. He is an Internet industry veteran with regional management experience. During the Internet boom, Hans provided due diligence support for the internet.com Venture Capital Fund in Asia, investing in a number of Internet startups in Greater China. As a tech journalist in the late 1990's, he interviewed Jack Ma, Jerry Yang, Vinton Cerf and Richard Li Tzar Kai. Hans earned a PhD degree from the University of Hong Kong in 1997 and a Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fellowship in 1995-1996.
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Paul Loo
Chairman
Board of Airline Representatives Hong Kong
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Paul Loo is the Chief Customer and Commercial Officer of Cathay Pacific, responsible for all customer and commercial related activities of both Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon. He also oversees international affairs and has overall responsibility for ensuring that information technology can be a key pillar for the airlines’ sustained growth and long-term success.

From August 2015 to May 2017, Mr Loo was the Director Corporate Development & IT, responsible for the development of the Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon networks and helping to plan the long-term strategic direction of both airlines.

Prior to taking up a director role, Mr Loo worked as General Manager China from July 2014. Based in Beijing, he was responsible for overseeing the business and operations of both Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon in Mainland China.

Mr Loo joined Cathay Pacific in 1991 and has held a number of overseas assignments with the airline in Taiwan, Mainland China, the Philippines, the Middle East and Japan. He has also held a number of managerial positions in Head Office, including General Manager HKIA, responsible for overseeing Cathay Pacific’s ground operations at Hong Kong International Airport, and General Manager Cathay Pacific Loyalty Programmes (CPLP), running the subsidiary of Cathay Pacific that at the time managed The Marco Polo Club and Asia Miles loyalty programmes.

Mr Loo studied in Canada and holds an Engineering Science degree from the University of Toronto. He also has a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Michigan.

Mr Loo is also Chairman of the Board of Airline Representatives Hong Kong, and a Member of the Hong Kong Logistics Development Council.
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Brett Marshall
Corporate Head, Quality Assurance
Zuellig Pharma Holdings Pte Ltd
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Paul Mathisen
Distribution Manager, East Asia
AstraZeneca Hong Kong Limited
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Alan Murphy
CEO and Partner
SeaIntel Maritime Analysis
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Jeremy Nixon
CEO
Ocean Network Express
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Jeremy Nixon is now the CEO of a new liner shipping company, Ocean Network Express (ONE), which is headquartered in Singapore, and will be commencing full operations from April 2018.

His career originally started at sea as a navigating officer, followed by a Bsc (Hons) in Maritime Commerce at Cardiff University (UK), and then four years at the Port of Felixstowe. In 1990 he completed an MBA at the University of Warwick (UK).

He has been actively engaged in the container shipping industry for the last thirty years, and has held senior management positions with P&O Nedlloyd, Maersk Line and NYK Line, in Europe, North America and Asia.

From April 2008 he joined the NYK Group as Managing Director of NYK Line Europe Ltd, based in London. Then in 2010 he transferred to Singapore to become COO of NYK Line’s new Global Liner Management Division. In 2012 he was promoted to CEO and went on to become a Corporate Officer of the NYK Group. In July 2017 he resigned from NYK to head up Ocean Network Express, which is a new joint venture company founded by the K Line, MOL and NYK Group companies.
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Domenik Nizet
Senior Vice President, Shipping Finance Asia Pacific & Middle East
DVB Bank SE
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Domenik Nizet is a multi-faceted maritime banker who started his banking career in 1992 with HSH Nordbank, covering shipping clients based in Northern Europe, Scandinavia and the US. From 2005 he was responsible for the Shipyard Consulting business at UniCredit advising public authorities, ship owners and investors in evaluating opportunities and solving challenges related to the shipbuilding industry in Europe and Asia. He is a former lecturer at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management.

He joined DVB Bank SE in 2008 and since 2010 he is based in Singapore covering DVB’s shipping finance activities and advising clients on the wide-ranging platform of maritime finance services and products. DVB’s Shipping & Offshore Finance loan portfolio amounts to EUR 14.3 billion / FY 2016.
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Julian Proctor
Managing Director
Tiger Ventures Limited
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Peter Sand
Chief Shipping Analyst
BIMCO
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Peter Sand joined BIMCO in 2009 and holds the position of Chief Shipping Analyst. In this position, he is responsible for analysing the commercial markets for dry bulkers, tankers and containerships. Taking the offset in global economics as the analytical starting point for all seaborne trade, he assists managements, members and clients with insight into many different aspects of the global shipping industry.

Peter’s regular reports, focused analytical articles and insightful comments on the shipping market are widely read and have often been referenced in global mainstream media.

Teacher of Maritime Economics at the Danish Shipping Academy as well as guest lecturer at Copenhagen Business School - Blue MBA and Shipping bachelor.

During the rise and fall of the shipping markets Peter gained experience in the fields of shipping analysis, executive assistance, caretaking of investors and the art of transforming data and statistics into overviews and forecasts. Prior to his career in BIMCO, he worked for the dry bulk and product tanker company D/S NORDEN. Peter holds a Master’s Degree in economics from the University of Copenhagen.
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Alaina Shum
General Manager, Aviation Logistics
Airport Authority Hong Kong
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Alaina Shum joined Airport Authority Hong Kong in March 2010 where she held various senior management positions including her current role as General Manager, Aviation Logistics in charge of airside support services (including air cargo) and General Manager, Terminal 2 & Landside. She has also been appointed as Director of Hong Kong - Zhuhai Airport Management Company Limited from June 2010 to July 2014, a joint venture of Airport Authority Hong Kong and Zhuhai Airport. She is currently a member of the HKTDC Logistics Services Advisory Committee.

Alaina has more than 20 years of working experience in various industries including transportation, airlines, freight forwarding & logistics. Before joining Airport Authority Hong Kong, Alaina served United Parcel Services as its Senior Director, Business Development Asia Pacific. Prior to that, she gained substantial management experience in multinational companies while holding senior positions at DHL (Exel) in Asia Pacific and Cathay Pacific in Hong Kong with responsibility for business development and strategic marketing.

Alaina holds a Bachelor Degree in Commerce, Finance, Economics and Actuarial Science from University of Toronto and an MBA Degree in AGSM (Australian Graduate School of Management) from University of Sydney.
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Paolo Emilio Signorini
President
Genoa and Savona Port Authority
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Jeff Steilen
Vice President, Information Technology, Asia Pacific
UPS
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Dr Martin Stopford
President
Clarkson Research Services Limited
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Dr Martin Stopford is a graduate of Oxford University and has a PhD in International Economics from London University. During his 45 years in the Maritime Industry he has held positions as Director of Business Development at British Shipbuilders; Global Shipping Economist with Chase Manhattan Bank N.A.; Chief Executive of Lloyds Maritime Information Services and an Executive Director of Clarksons PLC.

Dr Stopford is currently Non-Executive President of Clarkson Research Services Limited (CRSL) and Director of MarEcon Ltd, an e-learning business. He is visiting Professor at Cass Business School, Dalian Maritime University and Newcastle University and has an Honorary Doctorate from Solent University. His publications include “Maritime Economics” 3rd Ed, the widely-used shipping textbook (2009), now translated into Japanese, Greek, Portuguese, Turkish and Chinese. Also, many papers on shipping economics and ship finance.

He received various awards: Lloyds List lifetime achievement award 2010; Seatrade Global Shipping Personality of the Year 2013; Onassis Prize for Shipping 2015, and Capital Link Shipping Leadership Award 2016.
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Tan Chee Hong
Chief Operating Officer
Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited
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Daniele Testi
Marketing & Corporate Communication Director
Contship Italia Group
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Katsuhiko Umetsu
Director and Chairman
Yamato Global Logistics Japan Co, Ltd
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Tissa Wickramasinghe
Chief Business Development Officer
Colombo International Container Terminals Ltd
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Raymond Yip
Deputy Executive Director
Hong Kong Trade Development Council
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Raymond Yip is the Deputy Executive Director, Marketing, of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), the statutory organisation responsible for promoting and developing Hong Kong's international trade in products and services.

Mr Yip has worked in a variety of positions and offices at the HKTDC, including in New York, Tokyo and London. His recent postings include: Director, Industry Promotion; Director, Exhibitions; Director, Information Service (E-commerce development); and Regional Director, Western Europe/Middle East and Africa (based in London).

In his present position, Mr Yip is responsible for the HKTDC’s marketing and external relations, as well as the organisation’s network of more than 40 offices worldwide. He also oversees promotion of product and service sectors, in addition to corporate marketing and communication.

Mr Yip graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with an honours degree in Business Administration. He attended the Columbia Senior Executive Programme in 2003, and holds a Graduate Professional Diploma in E-Business, awarded by Michigan State University. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing of the UK.
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