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Ince & Co acts alongside Freshfields on Advent International’s acquisition of V.Group
International law firm Ince & Co LLP has advised private equity firm Advent International on the acquisition of V.Group, the marine services company, from Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System’s private equity arm (OMERS).
Ince & Co advises Golar on West Africa’s first regional LNG import hub
International law firm Ince & Co LLP has advised long-standing client Golar on its participation in the CI-GNL (Ivory Coast LNG) consortium, which has been awarded the rights to build and operate an LNG re-gasification terminal with a floating storage and re-gasification unit (FSRU) in the Ivory Coast.
Ince & Co appoints leading disputes lawyer to strengthen Singapore team
01.12.2016 | Shipping
Nicholas Lum has joined Ince & Co’s Singapore team as a partner in the firm’s Shipping and International Trade practice group, the law firm announced today. Nick joins from Oon & Bazul LLP where he was a partner in their dispute resolution group.
Ince & Co strengthens its corporate capability with the arrival of new Head of Corporate in France
International law firm Ince & Co is pleased to announce that Ghislain de Mareuil, a specialist in corporate and finance transactions, has joined the firm as Head of Corporate in France.
David Beaves explores legal opportunities and challenges in China’s OBOR
David Beaves, head of Ince’s Business & Finance and Shipping groups in Asia, presented to both UK and China’s legal communities and government departments at the “UK-China Rule of Law Co-operation – Belt & Road” conference held on 24-25 November in Beijing.
Should Europe embrace China’s One Belt One Road policy?
The US$1.2 trillion project refers to two interlinked concepts: The Silk Road Economic Belt (the “Belt”), an overland transport network connecting China to Europe and the Middle East through Central Asia and Russia; and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road (the “Road”), a maritime route, connecting ports in Asia, Africa and the Mediterranean.