Mrs. Timagenis is in charge of the shipping finance and corporate department of the firm. She and her team act for major Greek and international banks and shipping companies on financing, ship registration and mortgaging, sale and purchase of ships, shipbuilding contracts, incorporation of shipping companies worldwide and establishment of branch offices in Greece. Her practice also encompasses advice on banking law and regulations, taxation of banks and structure of new business.
Mrs. Timagenis was Lecturer at the Economic University of Athens in European and Commercial Law (1980-1990). She graduated in Law from the University of Athens, 1975; in Company Law from the University of Paris I (Diplome d' Etudes Superieures of the University of Paris I, 1976); in European Law from the University of Paris I (Diplome d' Etudes Approfondies); and in Maritime and Export Law from the City of London Politechnic, 1990. She received training with a Paris based law office and the Paris Bar in Paris (1976-1977), and attended a seminar in International Financial Law at St. Caterine's College in Oxford 1995. She joined the Athens Bar in 1977 and moved to Piraeus Bar in 1987. She is qualified to practise before the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.
Mrs. Timagenis is the author of various articles including "Registration of Ships in Greece" (Shipping Finance Annual 1995/1996 - Euromoney Publications); "Recent developments in Greek Shipping" (Shipping Finance Annual 2000/2001, Euromoney Publications) and she has attended numerous conferences and seminars including the International Maritime Law Seminar organized by Lloyd's Maritime Training 1996; seminar on "Limitation of Liability" organized by the Institute of Maritime Law of the University of Southampton 1998; an intensive training program on European Community law organised by Harvard Law School 1995; Marine Money 2nd annual ship Finance Forum 2000; all five International Conferences on Maritime Law organized by the Piraeus Bar (1995-2005) and CMI International Conferences and Colloquia in Singapore 2001, Bordeaux 2003, Vancouver 2004 and Cape Town 2006.
She speaks English and French and her native language is Greek.