Martin David joins Ince & Co's Singapore office as Asia head of energy
Ince & Co has announced the appointment of energy finance and projects partner Martin David, who joins the firm’s Singapore office as Asia head of energy.
David advises on large-scale projects, particularly in the onshore power and clean energy sectors across Asia. His experience and client base spans major lenders, including commercial and investment banks, multilateral institutions, leading corporates and sponsors on high-value and complex transactions.
Having originally trained as an engineer and gained considerable experience of construction projects, he has reportedly developed particular expertise and an excellent reputation in project finance, finance and energy mergers and acquisitions and construction law.
In recent years, his experience includes working on projects in Mongolia (where he has a lead role on the two leading power projects), Indonesia, Thailand, Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore and Sri Lanka.
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