Fereniki Tsitsirigkou

Fereniki Tsitsirigkou: Attorney with Sarantitis Law Firm


Fereniki Tsitsirigkou was born in Athens in 1990 and joined the firm in November 2018 as an associate.


With professional experience (as an ex-member of an international Solicitors law firm) in the field of International Corporate and Commercial Law, including shipping law, having previously worked on the borrowers’ side as an in‐house lawyer of a well-established shipping company, as well as on the lender’s side advising foreign banks and funds in the conclusion of loan transactions.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Corporate & Commercial Law
  • Restructuring
  • International Contracts
  • Ship Finance

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
Law School Attended:
Law Faculty of Democritus University of Thrace, LL.B.; City University, LL.M., International Maritime Law; Sorbonne Panthéon-Assas & INSEAD Business School, LL.M., International Business Law in cooperation with INSEAD
Year of First Admission:
English and Italian and French
Birth Information:
Athens, Greece, 1990

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