HSH Nordbank awarded title of “Shipping Financier of the Year 2009” in Turkey
Hamburg/Kiel/Istanbul, May 27, 2009 - As a dependable partner on the Turkish shipping market, HSH Nordbank has been awarded the title of “Shipping Financier of the Year 2009” by the worldwide leading daily shipping journal “Lloyd’s List”.
At the award ceremony in Istanbul special emphasis was placed on HSH Nordbank’s know-how, which enabled the Bank to react flexibly to effects of the currently difficult shipping markets.
“Precisely in times that are becoming more difficult for all market players, we attach importance to long-term, stable customer relations”, said Jerzy Majewski, Regional Manager for Southeast and Eastern Europe in HSH Nordbank’s Shipping team. “We shall therefore continue to live up to our reputation as an expert and solution-oriented partner in the future”, promised Mr. Majewski.
As the largest shipping financier in the world, HSH Nordbank also maintains business relations with all the influential shipping lines in Turkey and has been represented there since the early 1990s.
As a partner of the shipping industry, HSH Nordbank not only advises companies on financing new ships to be built, purchasing ships or acquiring companies. Products for currency hedging, interest-optimization strategies and oil-price hedging also form part of its advisory services – and are in great demand at present.
We shall be pleased to send you a photo of the award ceremony on request.
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