Finance & Insurance

The business of offshore drilling and exploration, a close cousin of shipping, continues to generate business combinations, also known as “consolidation”, against the backdrop of worldwide economic strength and oil…
China has been recognised as the top international shipping nation according to a new DNV GL and Menon Economics report titled: “The Leading Maritime Nations of the World”.
Vinalines’s IPO fell short of its target of selling a 34.8% stake for $210m, raising just $2.33m (VDN 54.35 Billion) on Hanoi Stock Exchange Wednesday.
Taiwanese-owned Hong Kong-based intra-Asia feeder line is planning an initial public offering in Hong Kong, local media reported.
Joining the start-up and innovation bandwagon, Cargotec has announced it is joining the Trade & Transport Impact programme that connects world leading startups and corporations to address the biggest challenges…
Chairman of the Ports, Customs & Free Zone Corporation in Dubai and Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) chairman Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem has formally launched the Dubai Maritime Virtual Cluster…
Wärtsilä is the latest big shipping name to tie up with a start-up, announcing an official partnership with theDOCK Innovation Hub, an Israel-based maritime-focused start-up accelerator.
When it comes to the impact of the 2020 sulphur cap operational and regulatory issues have received a lot of attention, but there is also a commercial angle an North…
Predictably, the sights of the new Malaysian government’s crackdown on expenditure have now fallen on the Carey Island project, which has been previously linked with Chinese interests.
Hong Kong is planning a number of tax incentives to promote marine insurance, reinsurance and specialty insurance as the city tries to make up lost ground in the fight with…
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