Williams Joins Braemar Seascope Research Team

Thursday, December 16, 2010
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Global shipbroker Braemar Seascope Ltd has underlined its commitment to delivering top quality market data and analysis by welcoming a new Research Manager to its London-based research team. Joining the research department is Mark Williams, an economist and consultant. Mark is a proven communicator and strategist and brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience of the shipping markets. He has been tasked with reorganizing and boosting the capture, analysis and distribution of real time and forward-looking shipping market information to support the company’s chartering, newbuilding, sale and purchase and other shipbroking divisions.
 

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