Jasamin Fichte

Jasamin Fichte

Managing Partner Fichte & Co Legal / Founder UAE Branch, WISTA

Jasamin Fichte is a dual qualified English and German solicitor specialising in maritime law. After studying in Hamburg and Southampton, she worked in London before moving to Dubai in 2002 where she served as legal counsel for the Middle East for Lloyd's of London. She established an excellent network within the maritime community and developed her legal skills further by handling marine insurance claims, from salvage, collisions, wreck removal to cargo claims and personal injury. In 2005 she opened Fichte & Co. which has since grown to represent not only shipowners but clients from a variety of sectors and industries.
 
A regular conference speaker and panelist, Fichte also publishes frequent articles on aspects of marine, shipping and transportation law. For the last ten years, she has worked with the UAE Federal Transport Authority and the Dubai government on improving the maritime infrastructure. These efforts have culminated in her appointment as Chair of the Dubai Maritime Advisory Council, an authority with the mandate to advise the government on ways to improve the maritime infrastructure of Dubai.
 
Fichte is additionally the founder of the UAE branch of the Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association, or WISTA, and chairs the same as its first president. She is also a member of the DIFC Courts Rules Sub Committee, The International Bar Association, German Maritime Arbitration Association and UAE Shipping Association.
 

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Tuesday 12/02/2019

From 13:50 To 14:50

02/12/2019 13:50 02/12/2019 14:50 Engaging the Leaders of Tomorrow

Investing in the local workforce ensures community sustainability while filling the knowledge gap for industry. With the percentage of young people on the rise, many governments are focusing on efforts to recruit and train young workers. How can EPCs, project owners and service providers engage these leaders of tomorrow?
Our panel will discuss:
• The face of tomorrow’s project cargo workforce
• Ways to take advantage of local workforce initiatives
• Planned and existing programs
• Bridging the skills and diversity gap

Conference Theatre, Hall 8, Dubai World Trade Center

Conference Theatre, Hall 8, Dubai World Trade Center

"Engaging the Leaders of Tomorrow"

Jasamin Fichte Kim Larsen Nadia Abdul Aziz Suha Abdulla Obaid Tina Benjamin-Lea
Time and date

Tuesday 12/02/2019

From 13:50 To 14:50

02/12/2019 13:50 02/12/2019 14:50 Engaging the Leaders of Tomorrow

Investing in the local workforce ensures community sustainability while filling the knowledge gap for industry. With the percentage of young people on the rise, many governments are focusing on efforts to recruit and train young workers. How can EPCs, project owners and service providers engage these leaders of tomorrow?
Our panel will discuss:
• The face of tomorrow’s project cargo workforce
• Ways to take advantage of local workforce initiatives
• Planned and existing programs
• Bridging the skills and diversity gap

Conference Theatre, Hall 8, Dubai World Trade Center
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Conference Theatre, Hall 8, Dubai World Trade Center

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