Maritime Sanctions (Online Seminar)

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    Dates: 17 & 18 May 2023

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    Duration: 2 Online Sessions

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    Hours: 19:00 – 21:00 (GMT +3)

  • Fees: 350 € (Including tuition fees & reading material)
    ICS Members are eligible to a discount 20% on all HMC Professional Maritime Seminars


Trade sanctions have an impact on international trade and especially the maritime field. The international community can adopt restrictive measures (sanctions) against a country if the country violates international conventions and agreements. Every shipping company, banks, insurers and other service providers are adopting cautious approach again the ongoing use of sanctions against countries such as Russia, Belarus, and Iran, as well as thematic sanctions directed at corruption, human rights etc.

Through this online seminar, participants will get an in-depth understanding of sanctions and how these are impacting their organisations and their operations. The seminar gives a practical guidance on steps that companies can take in order to ensure that their activities do not advertently infringe sanctions. It also covers the legal framework, the consequences of breaking sanctions and the compliance framework that companies shall implement in order to avoid breach of sanctions.


Seminar’s Outline to follow


The seminar will be delivered exclusively online by fully tutored live learning. Once your registration is completed, you will receive an email with all the information and the link for the webinars. For your participation no special equipment is needed except a camera and a microphone.

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Chartering & Operations Executives, Commercial Managers, Ship Masters & Chief Officers, Marine Insurance & Claims Executives, Legal & Paralegal Professionals

Tutor &CV

Alexandra Couvadelli, LLB, LLM, Greek Lawyer, Piraeus. Bar, Solicitor, England & Whales

Alexandra is a Senior Claims Director for Thomas Miller for P&I and FD&D claims. Prior to joining Thomas Miller London in 1994, Alexandra worked for both an Athens-based and London-based law firm specialising in Maritime Law, as well as a Piraeus-based shipping company. She also has sea-faring experience as a cadet on a bulk carrier. Alexandra handles all types of P&I claims and FD&D disputes and specialises in oil pollution and major casualty response. Alexandra is also experienced in contract review work and sanctions. Alexandra is a certified Greek and English solicitor, holds a Master’s degree from Southampton University in Maritime Law, and a postgraduate diploma in oil, gas and petrochemical shipping management. She is a member of both the Piraeus Bar, and The Law Society in England and Wales. Alexandra is a regular speaker/lecturer to the academic and maritime community.