Braemar boss James Gundy is keen to move forward after finally putting to bed any questions over legacy businesses sold over the past couple of years.

The London-listed shipbroker issued strong annual results on Tuesday after three months of delays while auditors grappled with complexities arising from disposals of subsidiaries such as Cory Brothers and the engineering businesses that went to Aqualis.

Gundy told TradeWinds that he is now focused on key objectives in shipbroking and not on any potential negatives.