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Sung-Hwan (SD) Choi, Partner, moderated the session 'Focus on Korea Ship Finance: International and Domestic Outlook and Opportunities at Marine Money Korea 2021. Ince is proud to have been a sponsor of this event, which was held on 4 November 2021. 
  • Mr. Jun-Hyung Jon, Director, Head of Shipping & Aviation Investment, KDB Infrastructure Investments Assets Management (KDB KIAMCO)
  • Mr. Woo-Song Jung, Managing Director & Head of Global IB Division, KTB Asset Management
  • Mr. Byong-Churl Ahn, Department Manager, Marine Finance Dept., Busan Bank
  • Mr. Gwenael Delattre, Director, Head of Shipping & Offshore Finance, Asia Pacific,  Societe Generale
  • Mr. James Tong, Managing Director, Regional Head of Global Shipping & Logistics Asia Pacific and Japan, Citi
  • Mr. Klaus Schmidberger, Vice President, Maritime Industries, KfW IPEX-Bank

Please watch the full session below:

Sung-Hwan Choi

Sung-Hwan Choi Partner and Head of Korea Practice

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