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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.
Ince Law Alliance: Singapore maritime hub well-positioned to benefit from Brexit permutations
Singapore’s position as Asia’s leading maritime services hub is likely to be enhanced in a post-Brexit environment, according to Singapore-based Ince Law Alliance, comprising Ince & Co Singapore LLP and Incisive Law LLC.
Ince & Co Hong Kong to go open plan in new office move
International law firm Ince & Co has announced today that it will move its Hong Kong office to One Island East, a “Grade A” building and one of the newest office towers in Hong Kong.
Ince & Co awarded Marine Money Deal of the Year
A US$360 million loan facility to support the construction of two new liquid natural gas (LNG) vessels has been awarded the Marine Money Deal of the Year - Project Finance East.
Ince & Co recruits and promotes two transactional energy partners
International law firm Ince & Co today announces the recruitment and promotion of two partners in its transactional energy practice in London. The new appointments form part of the firm’s strategy to grow its transactional offering in its core sectors and geographies to complement its leading contentious capability.