Young rower Victoria Watts has been fortunate to score a sponsor in the form of Kew based international oil trading consultancy firm CJH Energy Limited.
Catherine Jago, CEO and a fellow rower, said
“Victoria needed a boat to match her considerable ability. We were delighted to provide some finance to help her acquire a top boat, and also to provide the cover to protect her purchase. She is incredibly dedicated and deserved the best”.
Victoria continues to progress well for Molesey Boat Club in her new boat and recently attended the UK rowing squad training camp.
CJH Energy specialises in expert witness work in the field of oil trading, shipping, pricing and hedging, and Catherine is also available for appointments as an Arbitrator for disputes involving commodity trading and shipping.
Catherine rows with Bench Blisters – a rowing team formed of magistrates and others linked to the criminal justice system. Over the past 10 years they have raised £85,000 for local charities, most recently for Shadwell Activity Centre. Her team have also had the privilege of rowing on the Queen’s Row Barge, the Gloriana, including on the occasion of Her Majesty becoming our longest serving Monarch last year.
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