Rania Tadros Managing Partner
Ince’s Head of Dubai, Rania Tadros, appointed to the Board of Trustees of Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre
Ince is pleased to announce that Rania Tadros, Head of Ince’s Dubai office, has been appointed to the Board of Trustees and Executive Committee for the Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre (EMAC).
Established in 2016, EMAC is a central hub for the arbitration and mediation of maritime related proceedings in the UAE.
Speaking on her appointment to the Board of Trustees, Rania Tadros said:
“I AM HONOURED TO BE SELECTED TO JOIN THE EMIRATES MARITIME ARBITRATION CENTRE AS A TRUSTEE ON ITS BOARD. EMAC IS HUGELY IMPORTANT TO THE UAE FOR ITS ROLE IN MAKING SURE FUTURE MARITIME GROWTH OCCURS IN A FAIR AND REGULATED ENVIRONMENT. I HOPE TO BRING THE KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE I HAVE GAINED AT INCE TO FURTHER EXPAND THE EXCITING WORK EMAC IS INVOLVED IN. THERE’S HUGE OPPORTUNITY FOR THE MARITIME INDUSTRY IN THE REGION AND I LOOK FORWARD TO BEING PART OF THE CONTINUED GROWTH OF THE EMIRATES AS A MARITIME HUB”
Rania joined Ince in London over 20 years ago and moved to Dubai in 2013. She has been Head of Ince’s Dubai practice for the last 5 years . Rania specialises in maritime matters, including high profile shipping disputes and non-contentious shipping work as well as energy and infrastructure related cases. Since opening in 2006, the Ince Dubai office has grown to be ranked as a Tier 1 shipping firm in the region which provides the highest quality legal advice and strategic guidance to its clients.
Further details on the EMAC board are available here
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