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Maritime News tagged with Watson Farley & Williams

Watson Farley & Williams 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 MPC Container Ships ASA on acquisition of Cido Shipping’s container ship fleet

WFW advises MPC Container Ships ASA on acquisition of Cido Shipping’s container ship fleet

Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW“) has advised Oslo-based MPC Container Ships ASA (“MPCC“) on the acquisition of the container ship fleet of...Read More

WFW advises on US$191.8m K-Sure backed post-delivery financing for FSRU “BW Integrity”

WFW advises on US$191.8m K-Sure backed post-delivery financing for FSRU “BW Integrity”

International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) advised Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (“CA-CIB”) and KfW- IPEX Bank...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

WFW advises Teekay LNG on US$355m Chinese sale and leaseback of two LNG carriers

WFW advises Teekay LNG on US$355m Chinese sale and leaseback of two LNG carriers

International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised long-standing client Teekay LNG Partners LP (“Teekay LNG”) on Chinese sale...Read More

WFW advises BPM on financing for Rimorchiatori Riuniti

WFW advises BPM on financing for Rimorchiatori Riuniti

International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW“) advised Banco Popolare di Milano S.p.A. (“BPM”) regarding a loan to Rimorchiatori Riuniti...Read More

The plan for the UK’s shipping industry post-Brexit

The plan for the UK’s shipping industry post-Brexit

Maritime London chairman Lord Mountevans and Watson Farley Williams partner, Mark Tooke,  share their thoughts on Brexit and what it means for the UK...Read More

London Partner Nigel Thomas elected new WFW Chairman

London Partner Nigel Thomas elected new WFW Chairman

International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) is pleased to announce that London Partner Nigel Thomas has been elected the firm’s new...Read More

WFW advises ZEABORN on the acquisition of Rickmers Linie

WFW advises ZEABORN on the acquisition of Rickmers Linie

International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised ZEABORN GmbH & Co. KG of Bremen (“ZEABORN”) on the acquisition of Rickmers...Read More

WFW advises GPH on new cruise port acquisitions

WFW advises GPH on new cruise port acquisitions

International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised Turkey-based cruise port operator Global Ports Holding (“GPH”) on the acquisition...Read More

WFW partner David Osborne authors definitive text on shipping finance law

WFW partner David Osborne authors definitive text on shipping finance law

Watson Farley & Williams’ (“WFW”) London office hosted the launch party for Maritime partner David Osborne’s book The Law of Ship Mortgages...Read More

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