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Maritime News tagged with ship finance

ship finance related news from the UK and beyond

Bringing you a selected round-up of significant news, opinion and events involving Maritime London members and the UK shipping cluster generally, with special emphasis on the economic impact of the maritime services’ sector and its contribution to the wider national economy.

WFW advises Höegh LNG on ECA-backed US$230m debt financing for eighth FSRU

WFW advises Höegh LNG on ECA-backed US$230m debt financing for eighth FSRU

International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) advised Höegh LNG Ltd (“Höegh  LNG”) on the US$230m debt financing for its eighth...Read More

WFW advises Teekay LNG on U$327m FSU and LNG carrier newbuild financing

WFW advises Teekay LNG on U$327m FSU and LNG carrier newbuild financing

International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised Teekay LNG Partners L.P. (“Teekay LNG”) on the US$327m long-term financing...Read More

WFW advises lenders on US$318m loan facility for five newbuildings

WFW advises lenders on US$318m loan facility for five newbuildings

International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised the lenders as lead counsel in relation to a US$318m syndicated senior loan...Read More

WFW advises Berenberg on shipping loan portfolio acquisition

WFW advises Berenberg on shipping loan portfolio acquisition

International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised private bank Berenberg on its acquisition, jointly with a Japanese...Read More

Shipping in times of Brexit

Shipping in times of Brexit

Maritime London and Norton Rose Fulbright LLP organised a joint seminar on 28 September held in Norton Rose Fulbright’s top floor Terrace Suites.Harry...Read More

Moore Stephens reports second successive quarterly rise in shipping confidence

Moore Stephens reports second successive quarterly rise in shipping confidence

Shipping confidence, notably on the part of charterers and managers, improved for the second successive quarter in the three months to end-August 2016,...Read More

WFW advises Nordea Bank on revolving credit facility

WFW advises Nordea Bank on revolving credit facility

International law firm Watson Farley & Williams LLP (“WFW”) acted for Nordea Bank Norge ASA in relation to a US$303,000,000 revolving credit...Read More

WFW advises Crédit Agricole on US$64m loan facility to Ardmore

WFW advises Crédit Agricole on US$64m loan facility to Ardmore

International law firm Watson Farley and Williams LLP (“WFW”) in London acted for Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (“Crédit Agricole”)...Read More

HFW advises Nordea Bank on US$750 million facility for Euronav

HFW advises Nordea Bank on US$750 million facility for Euronav

A team of HFW lawyers in London and Paris, led by London ship finance Partner John Forrester, has advised Nordea Bank Norge ASA as facility agent on a...Read More

Moore Stephens releases its latest Shipping Confidence Survey

Moore Stephens releases its latest Shipping Confidence Survey

Overall confidence levels in the shipping industry rose in the three months ended August 2015 to their highest level this year, according to the latest Shipping...Read More

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