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Why choose BIMCO?

13 October 2020

BIMCO training brings you world class training programmes and industry experts, either online or on-site, to guide you through some of the most important shipping topics where BIMCO has over 110 years’ experience and trust.

Stinne Taiger Ivø

04 March 2020

Stinne is Vice President and Head of Claims and FDD in Skuld Copenhagen. She has been with Skuld since 2015. She holds a Master of Laws from the University of Copenhagen (2003) and was admitted to the Danish Bar in 2011 and obtained admission to the High Courts. She holds a PhD in International Company Law and has held a position as External Lecturer at the University of Copenhagen in addition to publishing articles and a book. Before joining Skuld she held a position in DanishShipping from 2013-2015 and in Gorrissen Federspiel Law Firm from 2008-2013 in Copenhagen. 

Haris Zografakis

05 November 2019

Haris Zografakis is a partner at Stephenson Harwood LLP, London and head of the firm's commodities team. He has consistently been singled out by both main legal directories, Chambers and Legal 500, as a leading individual in his areas of expertise. Over more than 20 years, he has dealt with all aspects of trading and shipping petroleum and its products, acting both for traders and shipowners, as well as their respective insurers. He has lectured in four continents, including events organised by BIMCO, universities, as well as the International Maritime Organization and others, and has also served on the editorial board of the Shipping and Transport Law Journal and on the Council of the London Shipping Law Centre.

BIMCO activates Covid-19 contingency plan – all services still available

12 March 2020

The Danish Government is taking new measures against Covid-19. Until 27 March, all public servants in non-critical jobs have been sent home, all educational institutions, schools and day care facilities are closed, and indoor gatherings have been limited to 100 people. Furthermore, the government has urged all private companies to have as many people as possible working from home, among other things, to slow down the spread of the virus.