Changing Seascape in Shipping Finance and the Vessel Ownership Structure

Karatzas Marine Advisors & Co. has published an essay in the current issue (2014 Q4) the Cayman Financial Review (CFR), by the Cayman Compass publishing house, with the title ‘A Changing Seascape in Shipping Finance, and the Capital Structure of Vessel Ownership’.

To visit the online version of the article in the Cayman Financial Review, please click here!

To download the pdf version of the article, from the quarterly magazine, please click here!

Cayman Turqoise Waters_Karatzas MAR2014

Changing Seawater Colors and Seascapes in Shipping! The turquoise colors of the waters of the Cayman Islands (image source: http://www.basil-karatzas.com)


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