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Jenny Anastasopoulou

T: +30 210 429 5160 M: +30 694 7100 028 Email Jenny | Vcard Office: Piraeus

Jenny Anastasopoulou Associate

Contact details

Jenny Anastasopoulou

T: +30 210 429 5160 M: +30 694 7100 028 Email Jenny | Vcard Office: Piraeus

Jenny is a ship finance associate based in Piraeus. 
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She acts for banks, financial institutions and shipowning/shipmanagement groups in relation to the preparation of bilateral and syndicated transactions including the financing and refinancing of newbuildings and second hand vessels, drafting of loan agreements, supplemental agreements, security documentation, corporate authorities, dealing with insurances and legal opinions whereas she assists in the coordination and attendance of closing meetings. Jenny also assists various banks with the mortgage discharges upon repayment or prepayment of loan facilities.

She has experience in providing legal advice in relation to other hard assets such as commercial and residential real estate as well as in dealing with KYC, anti-money laundering and banking legal matters.

  • Ship and offshore finance

Advising on ship finance transactions with numerous jurisdictions.

German bank

Advising a German bank in its capacity as lender, agent, arranger and security agent in respect of a supplemental agreement to a US$22 million loan agreement incorporating an additional tranche to provide for financing of an additional vessel owned by an additional owner and secured by, inter alia, a mortgage over a Marshall Islands flagged vessel, four mortgage amendments, an amendment to a first priority account pledge over the retention account and an amendment to a first priority account pledge over the minimum liquidity account, both governed by German law.

Swiss bank

Acting for a Swiss bank in connection with a second priority mortgage release upon repayment of the loan, an amendment to the underlying loan agreement and a release of the loan agreement and the security documentation under the initial agreement governed by German law. The transaction involved coordinating with Maltese, Turkish and German correspondent lawyers.

UK bank

Acting for a UK bank in connection with a US$5.5 million loan agreement and two supplemental agreements for the same shipping group secured by, inter alia, a consolidated account pledge over the minimum liquidity account.

Panamanian shipping group and a German bank

Liaising between a Panamanian shipping group, as borrower, and a German bank, as lender, as to conduct due diligence checks and provide subsequent confirmation in regards to the change of shareholding in the collateral owner and thus proceed with dating the second effective date confirmation notice.

More: Ship and offshore finance

  • Shipping

Jenny works with a number of shipping companies based in Greece and elsewhere in Europe in relation to shipping finance transactions.

German bank

Advising a German bank in its capacity as lender, agent, arranger and security agent in respect of a supplemental agreement to a US$22 million loan agreement incorporating an additional tranche to provide for financing of an additional vessel owned by an additional owner and secured by, inter alia, a mortgage over a Marshall Islands flagged vessel, four mortgage amendments, an amendment to a first priority account pledge over the retention account and an amendment to a first priority account pledge over the minimum liquidity account, both governed by German law.

Swiss bank

Acting for a Swiss bank in connection with a second priority mortgage release upon repayment of the loan, an amendment to the underlying loan agreement and a release of the loan agreement and the security documentation under the initial agreement governed by German law. The transaction involved coordinating with Maltese, Turkish and German correspondent lawyers.

UK bank

Acting for a UK bank in connection with a US$5.5 million loan agreement and two supplemental agreements for the same shipping group secured by, inter alia, a consolidated account pledge over the minimum liquidity account.

Panamanian shipping group and a German bank

Liaising between a Panamanian shipping group, as borrower and a German bank, as lender as to conduct due diligence checks and provide subsequent confirmation in regards to the change of shareholding in the collateral owner and thus proceed with dating the second effective date confirmation notice.

More: Shipping

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