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Maritime & Merchant Bank declares tanker the big joker in shipping

The weak tanker market is currently the great unknown for shipping, CEO at Maritime & Merchant Halvor Sveen tells ShippingWatch. But the shipping bank is still considering financing more projects within the sector.

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Like many others, Halvor Sveen, CEO at Maritime & Merchant Bank ASA, hopes to see a continued upturn for container. But what has grabbed his attention is what he has dubbed the joker of shipping – and that is tanker.

As Maritime & Merchant Bank lends solely to shipping, Halvor Sveen has a keen eye on movements in different segments of the sector.

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