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HFW opens in Monaco

International law firm HFW is opening an office in Monaco.

The office will be led by partners Ian Cranston, Andrew Charlier and Marco Crusafio. The team also includes legal directors Ian Fisher and Ruth Monahan, associate George Kaye and trainee legal executive Laura Pike.

They will join HFW in early September from Ince, where Cranston served as Monaco office head and Charlier as global head of yachts.

The team will specialise in shipping, yachts, business aviation, international trade, commodities, energy and insurance.

www.hfw.com

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