2014-02-27 Coal Networking

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Networking Event for the Coal Industry – 27th Feb. 2014

 

An evening focusing on the Coal Industry with talks from Industry Specialists followed by networking drinks.  

 

Where: HFW – Holman Fenwick Willan Office, 6th Floor, 

Cours de Rive 13-15, 1204 Geneva

When: 27th February 2014 from 18:00

Price CHF 30

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Networking Event for the Coal Industry – 27th Feb. 2014

 

Propeller Club Logo for WebsiteThe Propeller Club is delighted to announce an evening event focusing on the coal industry, with talks from industry specialists followed by the chance to meet and engage with those at the forefront of the market.

 

The talks will be given by Fabio Gabrieli (Coal analyst at Mercuria), Sarah Taylor (Lawyer specialised in Coal) and Richard Watts (Consultant and Laytime Specialist) after which there will be a drinks reception.

 

Dr. Fabio Gabrieli – Mercuria Energy Trading

Dr. Fabio Gabrieli is a Director at Mercuria Energy Trading, working in dry bulk analysis and strategy. Before joining Mercuria in 2009, he was a coal and freight trading analyst at Cargill and he has had had experience in the academic, banking and consulting sectors.

 

Richard Watts – HR Maritime

Richard Watts is managing director of HR Maritime, a Geneva-based company which provides a range of services for the shipping and trading community. Richard is experienced in all areas of shipping, trading, insurance, finance and legal matters, and teaches courses on demurrage.

 

Sarah Taylor – Holman Fenwick Willan

Sarah Taylor is a partner at international law firm Holman Fenwick Willan, specialising in commodity trading and shipping. She assists clients with negotiation and dispute resolution relating to both physical and derivative commodity transactions and marine transportation.

 

Where: HFW – Holman Fenwick Willan Office, 6th Floor, 

Cours de Rive 13-15, 1204 Geneva

 

When: 27th January 2014 from 18:00

 

For registration, please click here.  

Please be aware that spaces are limited. 

 

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