Ince & Co opens a new office in Monaco
Monday 01 August, 2011
International law firm Ince & Co announces the opening of their new office in Monaco on 01 August 2011. The leading maritime law firm has been granted a licence to practise English law as Ince & Co Monaco SARL in matters relating to shipping and energy in the Principality.
The office provides proximity to many of the firm’s key shipping, international trade, offshore energy and yachting clients, enabling Ince’s Monaco team to deliver to them an unrivalled level of service. Partner Ian Cranston, who has advised clients in the region for over 20 years, will head up the office in Monaco. He is joined by an English qualified solicitor, Ruth Monahan, who trained with the firm in London.
James Wilson, senior partner of Ince & Co, said: “Our new Monaco office underlines our commitment to clients in the Principality. For many years we have advised them from our other offices in Europe and we are now responding to demands for a more immediate service.”
Ian Cranston, head of Ince's Monaco and Italy teams said: "I'm very pleased to be heading up the new Monaco office. We have been working on making this happen for a long time. Our clients will have the added benefit of our local presence and we can provide "on the doorstep" advice as and when required."
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Location: Hilton London Paddington, UK
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Location: Marriott Marquis Hotel, New York
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Location: 15 Hatfields, London
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Location: London Hilton Tower Bridge
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Location: The Hatton, London
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