Addleshaw Goddard has hired infrastructure specialist Ton van den Bosch as a partner in Singapore from Ince & Co, where he was of counsel, as well as head of global terminals & maritime infrastructure practice and energy and projects team in South and Southeast Asia.

With a focus on energy and utilities, as well as on transportation and infrastructure, van den Bosch specialises in corporate, infrastructure and project development, particularly in frontier and emerging markets in Africa and in Asia.

Prior to his tenure are at Ince, van den Bosch was a general counsel at International Container Terminal Services and Bluewater Energy Services. He also worked at Allen & Overy.

The appointment of van den Bosch comes two months after Addleshaws hired corporate partner Lance Jiang in Hong Kong.


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