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Ince & Co France enters Green Lane Customs Law Alliance
Ince & Co France has signed a partnership agreement with Green Lane alliance in order to join its network of European customs and trade law firms and become its sole representative in France.
Ince & Co celebrates five years in Monaco
International law firm Ince & Co celebrated five years of practice in Monaco this week with a celebratory event for clients and staff at The Monte Carlo Beach Hotel on Thursday 15 September.
Julia Degen to join new Ince & Co Cologne office to coincide with its October launch
12.09.2016 | Insurance & Reinsurance
International law firm Ince & Co announces today the recruitment of Julia Kathrin Degen, LL.M. in its new office in Cologne, Germany. The new office will open ahead of schedule on 1st Oct 2016 and will be Ince & Co’s second in Germany, having opened in Hamburg in 2001. The new office will have a focus on the non-marine insurance and reinsurance markets.
Ince & Co continues to grow its transactional partner capability
05.09.2016 | Energy, Shipping, International Trade & Commodities
International law firm Ince & Co is pleased to announce the partner recruitment of Spencer Gold in its London office. Spencer joins Ince & Co today and specialises in cross-border debt financings in the shipping, energy, commodity and mining sectors.
Ince & Co advises Danaos Corporation on Hyundai Merchant Marine’s US$2.1 billion restructuring
08.08.2016 | Shipping
Ince & Co’s London and Piraeus corporate, finance and shipping teams have advised long-standing client Danaos Corporation on Korean container line Hyundai Merchant Marine Co., Ltd.’s US$2.1 billion restructuring.
Swiber Holdings Limited: Update
05.08.2016 | Energy
Swiber Holdings Limited, a mogul in the business of providing world class support services to the offshore oil and gas industry, made waves on Thursday 28 July when it applied to the Singapore court to be wound up.