Senior Associate

Ingrid Fenech

Ingrid Fenech

Ingrid Fenech is a Senior Associate at Mamo TCV Advocates.  She graduated Doctor of Laws from the University of Malta in 2010 and furthered her studies with a Master of Arts degree in Matrimonial Canon Law and Jurisprudence.

Ingrid was called to the Bar in 2011 and has been working at Mamo TCV since then. Her main areas of practice are shipping and aviation.

She is a member of the Malta Maritime Law Association.

Education

  • Bachelor of Laws with European Studies (2007, University of Malta)
  • Doctor of Laws (2010, University of Malta)
  • Master of Arts in Matrimonial Canon Law and Jurisprudence (2012, University of Malta)

Representative Experience

  • Ingrid’s main areas of practice are maritime and aviation law, with particular focus on matters related to asset management and finance in the maritime and aviation sectors. She has extensive experience in advising asset financing banks, borrowers, owners, lessors and operators on a variety of domestic and international asset leasing and structured financing transactions involving aircraft, ships and yachts
  • Ingrid has particular experience in representing financiers and lessors in cross-border financing, operating leasing and chartering of commercial aircraft and corporate jets and the acquisition, sale and repossession of aircraft, ships and yachts. She has also advised clients on ownership and operational structures for ship, yacht and aircraft holding entities, securitisation and corporate restructurings
  • Ingrid also has vast experience in aircraft and yacht importations, ship and yacht registrations and taxation on matters related to the maritime industry

Memberships

  • Admitted to the Maltese Bar, Superior Courts of Malta (2011)
  • Malta Maritime Law Association

Get In Touch

Address

MAMO TCV Advocates
Palazzo Pietro Stiges
103, Strait Street
Valletta, VLT 1436
Malta

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Ingrid Fenech

Making Malta a Coveted Superyacht Hub – The Way Forward… Exploring the industry at the Malta Superyacht Symposium

Malta has, over the past years, attracted a number of the world’s largest superyachts to its shores by offering good marina services and a number of ancillary facilities such as technical assistance and repairs, boat hoists and bunkering services. However, what does it really take to transform Malta’s reputation in the industry from one ideal for maintenance and refit facilities, to a location specifically chosen by superyacht owners and captains for its beauty and its ability to serve as a potential spectacular stop-over during regular charters? With the yachting season in Europe at its peak period, there is no better…
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Mamo TCV participating in Malta Superyacht Symposium

Dr Nicholas Valenzia, Dr Ingrid Fenech and Ms Alexia Pollacco will be attending the Malta Superyacht Symposium, which will be held on the 6th and 7th July. This event is being organised by the Malta Chamber and the Malta Maritime Law Association with the aim of providing a platform for local professionals and stakeholders to discuss and analyse the Maltese superyacht industry together with the international yachting community. The speakers and attendees of the Malta Superyacht Symposium, coming from various sectors of the industry, will be debating innovative ways how to build on Malta’s position as a leading yachting jurisdiction,…
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Aircraft Operator’s Bid for a Warrant of Prohibitory Injunction to Limit the Exercise of an IDERA Fails – Court Upholds the Supremacy of an IDERA

The exercise of rights under the Irrevocable De-registration and Export Request Authorisation (IDERA) has been accentuated in a ground-breaking decree delivered earlier this month by the First Hall, Civil Court, presided over by Hon. Justice Robert G. Mangion, when it was called to determine whether a warrant of prohibitory injunction can be issued to prohibit the holder of an IDERA registered in Malta from enforcing the IDERA and therefore from unilaterally requesting and procuring the de-registration of the aircraft from the Maltese Registry.In its decree delivered on 8th November, 2021, in the names of Air X Charter Limited and Air…
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Amendments to the Aircraft Registration Act
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Segregated Cells in Aviation and Shipping Companies
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CJEU Confirms that Trade Union Strikes are not ‘Exceptional Circumstances’ for the Purposes of the Air Passenger Rights Regulation