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Keystone Law

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Belfast, Belfast BT2, Bristol, Douglas, Guernsey, London
Keystone Law, Benjamin Maltby, London, ENGLAND

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Benjamin Maltby

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Keystone Law

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Yachting and luxury asset law


Benjamin has over 15 years’ experience in yachting and luxury asset law, specialising in finance, construction and purchase, and operational matters including taxation, insurance and employment. He also advises in relation to private aviation and art.

Benjamin’s impressive client base includes some of the most prominent and prolific superyacht owners, as well as finance providers, yards and key suppliers. He is also frequently recommended to clients by leading brokers, owners’ representatives, project managers, captains and lawyers from other jurisdictions.


2017 Keystone Law Consultant Barrister
2016-2017 Ince & Co | Assistant
2006-2016 MatrixLloyd | Principal Consultant
2004-2006 Elias Marine Consultants | Legal Consultant
2002-2004 Neocleous & Co Lawyer
2000-2002 West of England P&I Club | Claims Executive
2000 Qualified as a Barrister


Chairman, British Marine Insurance Finance & Legal Services Association

Member of the Senior Common Room of St John's College, University of Durham

Freeman of the City of London

London: Transport


Within: Shipping

The marine and shipping team at Keystone Law is active across contentious and non-contentious work and is noted for its yacht experience, as well as its expertise across insurance disputes, collisions, salvage claims, cargo and freight disputes, regulatory matters, breaches. Marine specialist Jonathan Hadley-Piggin; Anastasia Papadopoulou, who handles commercial shipping matters and recently joined from TLT; Benjamin Maltby, who joined from Ince & Co ; and Dharmendra Nair, who joined from Squire Patton Boggs, are the key contacts.

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