Our Shipping & International Trade practice covers the maritime and broader trade commodities and energy sectors. Whether wet or dry, contentious or non-contentious, corporate or regulatory matters, our aim is always to provide excellent, efficient and timely services to our shipping clients. In relation to our trading clients, we aim to provide the support necessary for the organic growth of their businesses whilst we guard against any risks and resolve any disputes that might arise in the course of their trades.
The in-depth industry knowledge and specialist shipping and international trade expertise of our team enables us to advise on various transactions relating to charterparties, bills of lading, corporate structures for ship ownership and joint ventures, management agreements, flag and operational registrations, employment, port & logistics, ship finance and lease, ship sale and purchase, ship mortgage registrations, ship recycling, crude oil and commodities trading, trade finance, international sales, documentary credit, marine insurance, marine casualties, pollution, piracy, ship arrest and release, Nigerian Cabotage trade and the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act 2010.
Banwo & Ighodalo represents owners, charterers, shipyards, insurers, protection and indemnity (P&I) clubs, financiers, international agencies, brokers, offshore and marine companies, port and terminal operators/promoters, petroleum marketing and distribution companies, commodity trading houses and trade associations.
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