Product Management Associate Director, Maritime, Trade & Supply Chain, S&P Global Market IntelligencePhoebus Kaloudis is product management associate director of Freight Rate Forecast for Maritime, Trade & Supply Chain at S&P Global Market Intelligence, based in London.
Phoebus leads the S&P Global Market Intelligence Freight Rate Forecast team bringing expertise from both the financial and maritime industries. Having spent many years implementing Systematic and Algorithmic Arbitrage Trading and Risk Management techniques within the shipping industry his focus is now on ensuring the best in class delivery of Freight Rate Forecast.
Phoebus spent ten years in the City of London working as a Risk Manager on most types of derivatives for many of the top ten investment banks. He has held Risk and Project Management positions at Deutsche Bank, UBS, Barclays, ING Barings and HSBC. He has also served as Global Head of Fixed Income Valuations for Commerzbank while he was the founder of a London consultancy firm offering services to the likes of JP Morgan as well as energy companies and refineries. The last 12 years from the post of Risk Officer he helped develop AMN Bulk Carriers. He has been hands on developing system and process solutions to accommodate the FFA Physical Arbitrage Risk trade, including a subsequent spin-off company called Freightmetrics which offered its services to Freight Traders and Shipping Operators in Asia and Europe.
Over the years Phoebus has presented in various conferences and was asked to present FFA masterclass lectures by the Institute Of Chartered Shipbrokers and the Baltic Exchange.
- Maritime & Trade
- AIS Ship Tracking
- Dry Bulk Shipping
- Freight Forecasting
- Seaborne Trade
- Shipping markets
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In the start of 2022, the shipping market appears to have set its own course after one of the most volatile years on record. Covid19 impact, breakbulk cargo disruption, Australia- China trade war and the rollout of scrubbers. How much of that will affect us this year and what else may have an effect on freight rates in the months to come.