Jonathan Stoneley spent 14 years at sea serving on all vessel types from Cadet through to Master. On coming ashore he spent 3 years working with London law firm Norton Rose dealing mainly with Admiralty Law. For the last 16 years he has been the "Environment & Compliance Manager" for Cargill's Ocean Transportation business unit and is based in London and Geneva. His main responsibilities include dealing with marine claims, control of Cargill's ship and owner vetting program for tankers and bulk carriers and in addition is responsible for Cargill's environmental initiatives and Corporate Responsibility in shipping.
Jonathan is a Director of Rightship pte, the Australian based ship vetting company, he is also a director of the seafarer's charity "The Sailors Society" and sits on the Advisory Board of Equasis and the Intercargo London Committee. He represents Cargill at The Sustainable Shipping Initiative, OCIMF, CDI, The Chamber of Shipping and lobby's the USCG and EU maritime authorities on Cargill's behalf. Jonathan is also responsible for various marine insurance and operational matters, he is a Fellow of The Nautical Institute and a Younger Brother of Trinity House.