NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Julian Proctor, Portfolio Manager of EnTrust Global’s Blue Ocean 4Impact Fund (“BO 4Impact”), will join Elisabeth Munck af Rosenschöld, Head of Supply Chain and Sustainability at IKEA, Sadan Kaptanoglu, President of BIMCO, Jeremy Nixon, Chief Executive of Ocean Network Express Co., and Craig Jasienski, Group Chief Executive at Wallenius Wilhelmsen at The Economist’ World Ocean Summit panel entitled “Shipping: Collaborating across industry and supply chains to reduce emissions.”
Blue Ocean 4Impact is part of EnTrust Global’s $2+ billion maritime investment platform and is launching one of the first companies that will own and lease environmentally-advanced vessels and other marine infrastructure assets to large corporate operators and end-users, in order to help reduce carbon emissions and other pollution generated by the ocean economy.
The Summit is the pre-eminent global event bringing together the widest cross-section of ocean stakeholders each year, from business to government to civil society. Its goal is to change the way business is done in the ocean and accelerate collaboration between stakeholders to fashion the blue economy.
To register for the Summit and access EnTrust Global’s virtual booth, please visit https://www.woi.economist.com/events/.
About EnTrust Global
EnTrust Global is a leading alternative asset management firm with more than $18 billion in total assets under management. Co-founded in 1997 by Chairman and CEO Gregg S. Hymowitz following his investment career at Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., the firm manages assets for over 500 institutional investors representing 47 countries and has approximately $10 billion in customized strategic partnerships. EnTrust Global offers a diverse range of alternative investment opportunities across strategies, including private debt and real assets as well as core hedge funds and co-investments. EnTrust Global has 11 offices worldwide and is headquartered in New York and London.