Episode 12 - Sail Away with James Kelly, Greywolf Capital
James Kelly, Managing Director, Greywolf Capital. While Greywolf is known for distressed, event driven & CLO strategies, they also have a core expertise in hard assets such as container ships.
James takes us through the history of the container ship industry. He breaks down the global container fleet by ship type. James explains ESG standards of today's institutional investors may be responsible for a supply / demand disconnect in global shipping. We go into the impacts of COVID-19 on shipping and the subsequent volatility in pricing. Finally, we talk about how inflation might impact the industry.
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