Dr. R. Agus Trihatmoko is a lecturer of Faculty of Economics and Postgraduate Study Program of University of Surakarta, Indonesia. He completed his doctoral studies in 2016, of the Doctoral Program in Economics, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Sebelas Maret, Surakarta. The research interest for him includes the areas of marketing, entrepreneurship, corporate management and corporate strategies, and political economics and public management. He is active as the reviewer of Journal at several publisher, and scientific articles produced from his study team have been published through reputable journals and impact factors. He is also an expert on the mass media to review socio-economic problems in the national economy related to government policies.
Ralph Vince is a CEO of Vince Strategies LLC, USA. Since 1908, he worked as a programmer for fund managers, sovereign wealth funds and "professional gamblers". He has served on the Board of Directors of the Market Technician's Association of New York, and has written numerous books published by John Wiley & Sons as well as professional papers on novel statistical ideas and money management for trading. He has worked as a Portfolio Manager at the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, and is regarded as a recognized authority on position sizing in trading. His allocation algorithms have been licensed by Dow Jones Indexes. He has been invited to give colloquiums on his ideas at such esteemed institutions as he Massachusetts Institute of Technology and The London Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Ioanna Dimitrakaki was born in 1986 in Thessaloniki, Greece, and she currently lives in Serres, Greece. She graduated from the Department of Commerce and Quality Control of Agricultural Products (School of Technology and Agronomy), in Western Macedonia University of Applied Sciences, in Florina, Greece. She holds a Master of Arts in Business Management with Commendation by Kingston University, UK, and a Master of Business Administration by Kingston University, UK. She is a Ph.D. holder in Marketing by the South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, Bulgaria. She has worked in Thessaloniki General Bank and she is currently working in the Department of Marketing in Carton Industry Modern Pack S. A., Thessaloniki, Greece, as a manager for the promotion of cartons and carton boxes. She is a member of the Editorial Board in Economics in the USA Journal Management Science and Engineering for the years 2018-2020. She has published papers in various scientific journals.
Associate Professor Rita RemeikienÄ— is the international leader for the Project “Interdependence between illegal trade in tobacco and corruption, money laundering and organised crime” (funded by Philip Morris Products S.A). She has gained useful management experience while managing scientific project “Digital Shadow Economy” from Research Council of Lithuania in 2015-2017. She has gathered a competent team (the main participants and executors have been Professor L. GasparÄ—nienÄ—, Professor F. Schneider) who have complemented the theory of shadow economy with the newest results of researches, and introduced good relationships with state institutions, which “fight” with the named phenomenon. Her management experience is complemented with the abilities, gained during management of studies’ project “Nord Plus Horizontals' 2014”. The competence of associate professor is shown through the contribution to science with 69 scientific publications, where 20 out of which are published on the main list of publications of Institute for Scientific Information; 12 publications are published in other databases, referred by Institute for Scientific Information [Proceedings and other]. 16 articles have been published on “Shadow Economy” and “Digital Shadow Economy” together with co-authors, a monograph “Digital Shadow Economy” has been written, reviewed and is going to be published. What is more, associate professor is supervising a PhD student with a new dissertation subject, approved in 2016, “The Assessment of Digital Shadow Economy Impact to the Growth of Baltic States Economy”.
Dr. Amaefule, Leonard Ifeanyi is a Lecturer in the Department of Accountancy, Imo State University Owerri, Nigeria. He completed his Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) and Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Accountancy at the Imo State University Owerri. He gained his Ph.D. in Accountancy at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria. He has worked as a facilitator (Accounts Officer and Team Leader) with the World Bank assisted Local Empowerment and Environmental Management Project in Nigeria from 2005 – 2009. He later accepted a temporary appointment with the Imo State Government as an Internal Auditor in the State Auditor General’s Office in 2010; thereafter he accepted an appointment as the Accountant of a Manufacturing Outfit in Nigeria called ABM Global Group of Companies where he headed the Owerri branch of the Company from 2013 – January 2015. By January 2015, Dr. Amaefule joined the academic world as he accepted an offer as a lecturer in the Department of Accountancy, Imo State University Owerri where he currently holds swear as a lecturer and research consultant. He is also an Adjunct Senior Lecturer with the Hezekiah University Umudi Nkwerre, Imo State Nigeria. Amaefule is an inducted member of Phi Delta Kappa (PDK), Nigeria, and is currently the Chapter President of the Imo State University Chapter of the association. He is also a member of The Academy of Management Nigeria (TAMN) and is on the verge of being inducted as a member of the Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN), having passed their final examination before the outbreak Coronavirus pandemic. He is currently undertaking the final level of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria profession examination. He has authored more than twenty (20) articles published in renowned academic journals both locally and internationally; some of which could be accessed from the Google Scholar, Research Gate and, the Academia platforms. He also has, to his credit, many conference papers presented at both national and international conferences and has singly authored three (3) academic textbooks in accounting. Dr. Amaefule is a regular reviewer of Science Domain journals and has about eight (8) reviewed articles to his credit.
Jane jepkorir Barus is a Kenyan civil servant, currently working as the chief officer Baringo county government, Kenya. Jane went to Baringo High School for her high school, later completed her Bachelor of Business Administration from Kenya Methodist University, Master in Science Commerce from KCA University and PhD in Business Administration at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology in 2014. She has more than ten years’ experience in finance and accounting field, she serves in several board and committees including Chairperson Chemususu water company, among other committees, she has published in several journals including AJP, IPRJB and CARI. She is a member of ICPAK (Institute of Certified Public Accountant of Kenya), AWAK (Association of Women Accountant of Kenya), KIM (Kenya Institute of Management).
Stefan Petrovski is a Clerical and Financial Officer at the European Parliament, in the Parliamentary Assistant and Members' General Expenditure Unit within the Directorate-General for Finance (DG FINS) based in Brussels, Belgium. He has earned his Chartered accountant diploma (DEC) in France. Stefan Petrovski’s working experience is mainly in an international environment over 13 years in France, Qatar and Belgium. The experience includes working with a broad diversity organizations (listed/non listed, small and medium-sized companies, banks, private/public sectors, French/International). He was specialised in the effects of European Union harmonisation efforts within the accounting profession, and has presented at numerous conferences on the challenges and opportunities posed by this trend. He is the author of European Union, a Reality and an Opportunity for the Chartered accountant and their clients, Edition Connaissances et Savoirs (ISBN 9782753903098) and published, in English, in the European Journal of Accounting, Finance & Business (ISSN 2344-102X).
Ash Malhotra is a Lecturer at Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology, New Zealand. He worked for around twenty years in managing Accounting, Finance, and Corporate Law functions at managerial level. Developed One Page Integrative and Collaborative Management reporting system. He managed his own investment column for a financial newspaper. He is Keen to develop newer subjects such as “disruptive leadership and managerial skills and capabilities” and “cosmic management”. Published and presented research papers in International forum on Disruptions and Artificial Intelligence from managerial viewpoint. Ash Malhotra is a author of a fiction book "Beyond the boundaries". His Key achievements were winning a landmark case under Company Law.
Ms. Priyanka Jha is a PhD student in Dept. of Management, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (SRK) University, Bhopal, India. She takes an approach that encompasses the field of finance and having a comparative approach of both the public sector and private sector bank in India. Her doctoral research investigates the financial performance of banking sectors in India. She holds a master’s degree in Business administration (Finance) from Rajasthan technical University, India. During her masters she worked in projects on Investor strategies for commodity future markets in region Jaipur, India, which resulted in published papers and conference presentations. She has published 5 research article and abstaining 11 citations.
Dr. Animia Ajor Wordu is a registered engineer with COREN and a member of NSE and NSChE. He was a Senior Process Engineer/Technologist cadre with many years of industrial experience with the Port Harcourt Refining Company, Rivers State - Nigeria; before proceeding for his Masters and Ph.D. at the Premier Rivers State University, Port Harcourt, Rivers State - Nigeria. As a Chemistry-Biochemistry graduate veered into studying Chemical Petrochemical Engineering. After completion of Ph.D., he was retained as a Lecturer with the Department of Chemical, Petrochemical Engineering to date. And, in 2016 was promoted to the cadre of Senior lecturer, and recently 2020 assessed to the cadre of Associate Professor. His researches are in the areas of Reactors, Kinetics, Thermodynamics, and Petrochemicals published in international journals recognized in Google Scholar and Research Gate with many citations. He had appointments both in the State and Federal levels which borders on educational developments: Sub-Secretary, Accreditation & Approval of Private Schools in Rivers State Nigeria July 2019; Appointed by The Governor, His Excellency, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, CON, GSRRS, POS Africa. He was a Member, Presidential Special Visitation Panel to University of Abuja July 2012; Exams & Admissions, Registry Components of the University of Abuja. Appointed by The Former President, Dr. Good luck Jonathan GCFR. Special Adviser to the Chief of Staff on Students Matters; Universities & Polytechnics 2018. Appointed by The Chief of Staff Engr. Emeka Woke, MNSE, FNSE. He was a Chairman / Editor of the Nigerian Society of Chemical Engineers Bulletin; Rivers – Bayelsa States 2010 – 2013.
Dr. Ichrak Dridi is currently a doctor in finance. The effect of inflation targeting adoption on some financial variables, by using the quasi-experimental designs, is explored in her doctoral work, supervised by Professor Adel Boughrara. Her Ph.D. is received from the Higher Institute of Management of Sousse. Her Master's degree in finance and actuarial research is received from the Sousse Institute of Higher Commercial Studies. Before that, her basic license in management, finance specialty is held from the Sousse Institute of Higher Commercial Studies too. The article "Does Inflation Targeting Matter for Foreign Portfolio Investment: Evidence from Propensity Score Matching" is co-authored by Ichrak Dridi. The article deals with the effect of adopting inflation targeting regime on foreign portfolio investment inflows and their volatility in developing countries. After enrollment in doctorate, courses in portfolio management, financial diagnosis, and financial mathematics were taught by Ichrak Dridi at the Higher Institute of Management of Sousse.
Kouame Kouakou Felicien is Teacher-Researcher at Félix Houphouët-Boigny Abidjan-Cocody University. He is a Doctor in Social, Work, and Organization Psychology. He is Master in Management of Organizations. He is a Consultant to several Firms and NGOs (National & International: UNDP; UNOCI). He has 15 years of experience in the field of training, particularly in management and human resources. He is also a Consultant-Expert in Coaching (Soft-Skills: Personal Development) & Counseling. His achievements are articles on themes: Stress at work, Motivation at work, Presemism in the workplace, Representation of gender and gender inequality, Gender and Policy Representation, Criminal violence, Community Conflicts, and Reversibility of Insecurity Feeling. Supervision or accompaniment of students to research themes: Labor Activism and University Incivism. Stress at work among workers and managers. Perception of the Effort / Reward and Burnout system in midwives. Moral harassment and work stress in employees.
Dr. Nooraini Othman is an associate professor and a director of the Perdana Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Centre, Razak Faculty of Informatics and Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Kuala Lumpur. She started her tertiary education in economics and obtained Bachelor of Economics (Honors) degree from the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). She continued with Master of Education (Educational Psychology) at the University of Technology Malaysia (UTM). She obtained her Doctor of Philosophy in Education (Educational Psychology) with a specialization in Islamic Personality Inventory Development – Ummatic Personality Inventory from IIUM. She was awarded with the Best Ph.D Student Award in the university’s convocation. She developed a further interest in the field of Counselling Psychology and obtained Master of Social Science (Counselling Psychology) from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). She is a professional counsellor having been a Registered Counsellor and a Certified Practitioner with the Malaysian Board of Counsellor. Her research interest spans to the areas of Educational Psychology, Counselling Psychology and Policy Development and Analysis – all from the conventional and Islamic perspectives.
Khairul Azmi Mohamad is a research scholar in the Faculty of Technology and informatics Razak, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. He is trained as a lawyer, academically and professionally. He studied both fields, the civil and shariah (Islamic) laws. He read laws at the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) where he obtained the Bachelor of Laws degree – LL.B (Hons.). He continued with his studies and obtained Master of Comparative Laws (M.C.L.) as well as Master of Laws (LL.M) with a specialisation in the field Administration of Islamic Laws from the same university. He was called to the Malaysian Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor in the High Court of Malaya. In the field of law, his research is focused in the field of Constitutional Law. In the field of Shariah, he has special interest in Siyasah Syar’iyyah (Politics and policy) and Maqasid Shariah (Higher Objectives of Islamic Law). Political psychology particularly as it relates to political trust and leadership as well as voters’ behaviour becomes his present research focus.
Anne Gunadi is a Lecturer in Pelita Harapan University, Tangerang City, Indonesia. Also she is the Chairman of Foreign Affair Division of INI Central Board for two periods and since then she always contributes to international events until now. In 1999 when she became a Notary for Cimahi City before decided to be a Notary and a Land Title Registrar in West Bandung Regency and since then became a member of Indonesian Notary Association (INI) and Indonesian Land Titles Registrars Association (IPPAT). Anne Gunadi had been designated to be the Chairman of both West Bandung Regency INI and IPPAT for two periods. She had also been designated as the Chairman of the University of Indonesia Law Faculty (IKA FHUI) Alumni Family Association for West Java Area. Anne Gunadi is a Lecturer in Pelita Harapan University, Tangerang City, Indonesia
Joanna JasiÅ„ska is an Associate Professor at the University of Social Sciences, Computer Science and Medicine Warsaw and Vice-Rector for Education and Development, Poland. Her most important areas of scientific specialization include economics and organization management, change management in medical organizations, and issues related to public health and environmental medicine. She has close links with business practice through long-term work in managerial positions in medical organizations. Joanna is an author and coordinator of many advisory activities carried out as part of local strategies in the field of economic and financial analysis, restructuring and organizational changes of health care institutions. She is a Member of the Scientific Society of Organization and Management, Association of Sport Kinetics Management, etc
Sri Herianingrum is a Lecturer at Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia. She completed her Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral Degree from Universitas Airlangga. In 2013, she was awarded as The Best Graduate from The Doctoral Program of Islamimics Economics in Universitas Airlangga and in 2015, she was awarded with The Best Innovative Paper Award from Sydney International Business Conference Conference.
Ken (Kohei) Nishikawa has been serving as a professor of business and management at Konan University since 1989. After taking BA in Nanzan University, MBA at Shiga National University, and finishing course work at Ph.D. at Konan University, he worked at Fukui National university, Tezukayama University, and since 2002 has worked at Konan University in Japan as a professor of the Center for Education in General Studies. Teaching subjects are management and organizations and self-awareness programs for undergraduate students. The research fields are not only the development process of humans, leaders, organizations, and communities but also the practices of those fields. Some of them have been published in the journal and presented in academic conferences. He coordinates study communities and meetings to learn more, mostly covers from social entrepreneurs, OD communities to management consultants.
Teresa Palrão is a professor of Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias (ULHT), Tourism Department, and in Escola Superior de Ciências de Administração ( ESCAD), Lisbon, Portugal. She holds a Ph.D. in Tourism Management by ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon in association with Universidade Europeia, Portugal. Her research interests cover tourism management, tourism marketing, events and sport tourism events, gastronomic tourism. She has participated in several publications and is currently developing projects with the ULHT Research Center.
Mahmoud Sami is a researcher at the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport and aslo he was working as Spare Parts Logistics Team Leader by DHL in Vienna, Austria. Before that he was working for PepsiCo. Egypt and Aramex Egypt in the transportation Team. He is holding the Master’s degree of International Trade Logistics Management. Sami’s primary expertise is in Transportation and Warehousing Management. He was participating in three big projects during his career life for two multinational companies (PepsiCo. and Dubai Ports World) which enhanced the Supply Chain Productivity and created new KPIs to control the working performance. Sami has a research focusing on improving and assessing the Sea Ports Operation Procedures and he has earned award in MARLOG III in the year 2014.
Lev Sergeevich Maergoiz is a Leading scientific worker at the Federal Research Center ``Krasnoyarsk Science Center of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences'', Russia. He is a Scientist, Senior Scientist of Functions Theory Laboratory, Institute of Physics, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Krasnoyarsk, Russia. Simultaneously Associate Professor (half of a day), Chair of Functions Theory, Krasnoyarsk State University. He has supervised 4 Ph.D. in Mathematics students. . He has finished Department of Mathematics, Faculty Phisics & Mathematics, Ural State University, Ekaterinburg (Sverdlovsk), Russia; in the same place — Postgraduate School. He completed his Ph.D. in the year 1965 in Mathematics, Institute of Mathematics, Siberian Branch, AS USSR, Novosibirsk, Russia, Title of doctoral paper "Some Questions of Growth Theory of Entire Functions of Several Complex Variables", supervisor — Corresponding Member of AS USSR (Academy of Sciences of USSR), Prof. Valentin K. Ivanov. He had completed D. Sc. in Mathematics in the same place in the year 1991. Title of doctoral thesis ‘’Asymptotic Characteristics of Entire Functions and Their Applications’’. He was Professor of Chair "Business-Informatics", School of Business Management and Economics, SFU (Siberian Federal University), Krasnoyarsk, Russia--2010–2018. He was Associate Professor, Professor of Chair of High Mathematics, Krasnoyarsk State Architecture and Civil Engineering Academy (IAC SFU with 2007), Krasnoyarsk, Russia-1983–2010. He was Leader of Mathematical Modelling Groupe, Institute of Medical Problems of North, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Krasnoyarsk, Russia-1978–1983.
Greta Gagyte is a Ph.D. researcher in Economics from Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania. Her Academical research areas include Money laundering, shadow economy, corruption, and contraband. In the year 2016, she participated in the prevention of money laundering project which was organized by Danske Bank. The main goal of the project was to check individual and business client’s identities, identify suspicious operations and deals initiated by the bank's clients. As a Ph.D. she participated in an academic practice event "Interdependence between illegal trade in tobacco and corruption, money laundering and organized crime". Together with co-authors published 2 academic theses in the area of shadow economy and corruption. The money-laundering prevention subject is close to the current work position and activities. 6 years of work experience within the transactions and payments area in one of the biggest Scandinavian banks. While performing daily transactions of large payments to bank's clients across the globe there is a risk possibility to face money laundering, which changes together with advancing technology. Work in the payments area is inseparable from cooperation with the Money Laundering Prevention department. Greta Gagyte yearly participates in the bank's Money Laundering Prevention department organized training, during which analysis is carried out in money laundering and financial crimes' schemes, attempting to identify money laundering risk factors and prevent bank's money to be part of money laundering and terrorism financing.
Naveed Saif is currently working as Director, Office of Research Innovation and Commercialization (ORIC) and as Assistant Professor in The University of Lakki Marwat, Pakistan. He has presented more than 30 papers across National and International Conferences and organized more than 10 national and international events. He acted as a session Chair in Business and Management conferences. Recently his 2 papers are published in SSCI journal with impact factor. Previously he was Director, Student Start up Business Center (SSBC), University of science and Technology, Bannu, Pakistan.
Demetrice Williams is a president of Wise Prospects, LLC, a group of Ph.D.’s focusing on responding to government RFP’s by providing effective solutions to improve the way we live and work. He is an authorized Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) trainer and certified Manager of Environmental Safety and Health (MESH). Demetrice is a recent graduate of an Industrial/Organizational Psychology program and completed graduate research with a dissertation entitled, “Preventing Harness-Induced Pathology in U. S. Construction Companies: A Qualitative Multiple Case Study” while attending the University of Phoenix
Sumon Chatterjee is a Senior Assistant in University of North Bengal, India. He also served a credit co-operative society as a Director (Honorary) for four years. He completed his Bachelor degree in Commerce with honours from University of North Bengal and Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Sikkim Manipal University, India and has been pursuing his Ph.D. related research work on small borrowers from the Department of Economics, University of North Bengal, India. He attended and presented papers in State level, National Level Seminars. His recently published article is on purpose and utilisation of credit by small borrowers in the District of Darjeeling, India
Nnadozie C Nnaji-Ihedinmah is an assistant lecturer in Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka Nigeria. He has completed his B.Sc in banking and finance from Abia State University, MBA in management from University of Nigeria and M.Sc in human resources management from Enugu State University, Nigeria. Currently, he is pursuing PhD in Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria. His research interest includes human resources management, organisational behaviour, entrepreneurship studies and migration studies.
Yadav Vikrant Sopan is an Associate Professor at the National Institute of Construction Management & Research, India. He has completed his Ph.D in international commercial arbitration from Department of Law, S. P. Pune University. He has attended various national and international conferences. He did guest lectures on human rights and duties, Law cyber crimes and information security, cyber threats and security mechanism, virtual data resources, administrative law. He is a member of Board of Studies (Law), NAAC & IQAC, Sexual Harassment, Board of Studies (Liberal Arts), Gender Sensitization Committee, Board of Academic Honesty, YIAG, London Court of International Arbitration, International Council for Commercial Arbitration and Member Young MCIA (Mumbai Center for International Arbitration). He is an editor in International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development and assistant editor in International Journal of Law. He is a Referee in International Journal of Arts, Humanities, Literature and Science. He was awarded with certificate of appreciation for the work done as Student Welfare Officer and work done under N.S.S by ‘Students Welfare Board’ .
Sali Bakare is a professor of finance in University of the People, USA and has 15 years experience in teaching at the university level. She completed her B.Sc in Finance and Economics from the City University of New York, MBA in Finance concentration from St. John’s University, New York and doctorate degree in Finance concentration from Walden University, USA. She is a member of American Finance Association (AFA) and the Financial Management Association (FMA) USA. She has passion to work with a global student body, which enables me to work with students from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
George-Anokwuru Chioma Chidinma B is a lecturer at the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. She has completed her BSc. Economics from the Imo State University, Owerri. MSc and PhD.in Economics from the University of Port Harcourt. She is a Member of Nigerian Economic Society, American Economic Association, National Association for Business Economics and Institute of Cost Management. She was Awarded with Noble Couple Award for the development of CWO, Rumuokoro Deanery, Port Harcourt and also Service Award in recognition as Session Chair for the 2017, IABPAD Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, United States of America. She has made several national and international publications.
Lalith Senaweera is a retired Director-General/CEO of the Sri Lanka Standards Institution and former Chairman of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Committee for Developing Country matters (ISODEVCO) which comprises of 160 developing /emerging countries’ National Standards Bodies (NSBs). He functioned as the Team Leader on a number of assessments related to CDM/JI projects organized by United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), as he is a recognized assessor in this area. He has been appointed as the Sri Lankan Country Counselor of the world’s largest quality body of American Society for Quality (USA). He has published three books, “Quality Improvement- A Practical Guide, Quality Audits – A Tool for Performance Improvement and Quality Management Principles-ISO 9001 Practical Guide. His research area includes Total Quality Management, Lean Management, Human Resource Management, Strategic Management, and Sustainable Management.
Fausta Ari Barata is currently Owner/Chairman of FAB ENTERPRISES Group, a management consultancy in shipping - marine industry, forwarding and logistics-supply chain. He manages and controls the whole activities of the company. He is also a Lecturer at University of Surabaya. Prior, he was Chief Operating Officer at PT Lintas Samudra Borneo Line (Adaro Group), a commercial ship management company (liquid and general cargo transporter), based in Banjarmasin, Indonesia. Prior, he was General Manager Dispatch Logistic at PT Ispatindo (Arcelor Mittal Group), the largest wire rod/steel producer in Indonesia with the highest market share and a subsidiary of Mittal Steel. He has completed holding his PhD of Economy & Business from UnTag University Surabaya and his Master in Management from Airlangga University in Indonesia. He holds Marine Officer Certificate with sea time experiences from Junior Officer till Master (Capt) in various foreign and multinational big shipping companies.