• April 23-25, 2025 | Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Louisiana

Stinne Taiger Ivø


Deputy Secretary General

Deputy Secretary General, Stinne Taiger Ivø, leads the Contract & Clauses department providing the shipping industry with balanced, clearly worded and practically workable contracts and clauses, and the Support & Advice department answering members’ queries about charter parties and other contracts.

She joined BIMCO in early 2022.

Prior to BIMCO she headed the claims department in Copenhagen of marine insurer Skuld, worked at Danish Shipping (formerly known as the Danish Shipowners Association) and as a lawyer at Gorrissen Federspiel’s department for Shipping, Transport and Offshore.

She holds a PhD in international company law from University of Copenhagen and a Master of Law from the University of Copenhagen.

Sessions With Stinne Taiger Ivø

Thursday, 25 April

  • 11:45am - 12:30pm (CST) / 25/apr/2024 04:45 pm - 25/apr/2024 05:30 pm

    Breakbulk Academy: Contracting and Global Shipping: Grappling with US Flag and Global Emissions Regulations

    Cargoes, vessel types, stakeholders and regulations evolve relentlessly in the project cargo logistics sector and drive important changes in how this sector contracts for ocean transportation and other functions. Legislation such as the US Jones Act and the EU’s new Emissions Trading System (ETS) requirements only add to the complexity. This Breakbulk Academy session will analyze, discuss, and answer questions about contracting and vessel chartering. Charlie Papavizas is a partner and chair of maritime practice with Washington, DC-based Winston & Strawn and a well-known writer and authority on US flag-related regulations. In this session, he will focus on US-flag and cargo preference contracting. Stinne Taiger Ivø is deputy secretary general with the Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO), which has developed many of the standard maritime clauses and contracts used in global shipping. Stinne heads a team developing new charter party terms focused on EU ETS and on environmental regulations generally. This session offers a unique opportunity for industry newcomers and more experienced logisticians and chartering managers to learn from and ask questions of two knowledgeable, well-qualified experts.