Addleshaw Goddard (AG) has doubled the number of partners in its Singapore office with a new partner hire.
Ton van den Bosch joins AG’s corporate team as a partner from Ince Gordon Dadds, where he served as of counsel as well as the head of its global Terminals & Maritime Infrastructure practice and its Energy and Projects team in South and Southeast Asia.
Bob Charlton, head of AG's Asia region, said of the hire: "Southeast Asia is an exciting market and Ton's proven track record of self-generating business opportunities, coupled with his experience in areas that will see us penetrate new sectors in the region, means we can grow our corporate offering in the region and strengthen links with the GCC, India and Africa."
Bosch, an infrastructure specialist, also focuses on utilities, energy and transportation, and primarily works with clients in emerging markets in Asia and Africa on project development and corporate matters. Prior to joining Ince Gordon Dadds, Bosch served as general counsel at International Container Terminal Services and Bluewater Energy Services and also worked at Allen & Overy.
This hire continues AG’s steady upward trajectory in the Asian market and comes only two months after the hire of corporate partner Lance Jiang in Hong Kong.