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Two Ince Co partners named in Lloyd's List Top 100 2013

News / / Two Ince Co partners named in Lloyd's List Top 100 2013

Lloyd's List Top 100 names two Ince Co partners in Top 10 in Law for fourth consecutive yearInce Co is delighted to announce that two shipping partners, Faz Peermohamed and Stephen Askinsnbsp(pictured below), are named as category leaders for Law, in the Lloyd's List Top 100 2013 published todayThe Top 100 list is an annual review of the most influential people in shipping and Ince partners have been listed in the Top 10 for Law every year since its inception in 2010Global Head of Admiralty Faz Peermohamed is ranked at number six and recognised as an authority on all types of shipping casualty, and for assisting and supporting clients in the highly charged atmosphere that often surrounds maritime emergencies This follows his recent award as Lloyd's List Global Maritime Lawyer of the Year 2013, and further reinforces his reputation in the marketStephen is ranked joint number five and is recognised for his expertise in piracy incidents, vessel hijackings and issues surrounding the use of armed guards as well as his wider expertise in casualty response and investigation, when he acts for both owners and their insurersPaul Herring, Ince's Global Head of Shipping comments We are delighted that the industry continues to recognise our shipping partners in the Top 10 in law Both Faz and Stephen have exceptional knowledge and expertise and are rightly regarded as leaders in their fields

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