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Belfast, Belfast BT2, Bristol, Douglas, Guernsey, London
Keystone Law, Anastasia Papadopoulou, London, ENGLAND

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Anastasia Papadopoulou

Work 02033193700
Keystone Law

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Ship finance lawyer


Ship finance lawyer Anastasia advises shipowners and financial institutions on term loan facilities for the acquisition of newbuilding or second-hand ships, on debt finance restructurings, on revolving credit facilities and lease finance transactions. In addition, she advises private equity funds and shipowners on the structuring of joint ventures for the acquisition of ships and related shareholders' issues as well as on the acquisition of distressed shipping assets.

Highly experienced in dealing with a wider range of commercialshipping matters, Anastasia is regularly instructed to provide guidance to owners on ship sale and purchase and ship registration, on bareboat charterparties and flagging, on shipbuilding contracts, on settlement agreements, on pool agreements and on ship management agreements. She also assists operators with their commercial agreements, freight forwarding agreements and logistics contracts.


2017 Keystone Law Consultant Solicitor
2016-2017 TLT LLP Legal Director & Head of Maritime & International Trade
2009-2016 Clyde & Co Associate Solicitor
2005-2008 Ashurst Solicitor
2008 Qualified as a solicitor

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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