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Mona Patel

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Mona is a Partner within Ince & Co LLPs corporate practice. 

She is a transactional corporate and commercial lawyer with over 16 years’ experience. Mona advises on UK and cross-border acquisitions and disposals, joint ventures and strategic partnerships, management buy-outs/buy-ins, restructurings and mergers including advising on applicable transaction related FCA compliance and regulatory matters. She has represented stakeholders in sophisticated acquisitions, group restructurings and complex joint venture shareholder arrangements.

Mona also has a broad commercial practice assisting clients with their commercial contracts (including supply chain, outsourcing and distribution) and intellectual property matters.

Over the years Mona has worked for clients in several different business and industry sectors including insurance, shipping, energy, retail, aviation, leisure, property, software, technology, ecommerce, telecommunications and media. She regularly acts for shipping, technology, oil and gas companies as well as insurers and other financial institutions in a number of market segments and jurisdictions.

Since 2001 Mona has completed two client secondments, the first with the insurers Royal & Sun Alliance and the second with Emirates Airlines, a Middle East based airline.

Mona is also a member of the firm's yacht group and has experience in drafting design agreements and other commercial contracts for our yachting clients.

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