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Ince’s David Beaves appointed to HK Belt and Road Advisory Committee

Ince & Co Hong Kong office managing partner David Beaves has been appointed to the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) Belt and Road Advisory Committee.

The HKIAC has formed the industry focussed committee to support projects related to China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), and also launched an online resource platform dedicated to the BRI on April 26.

Beaves has more than 37 years’ experience of corporate, commercial and banking transactions throughout Asia, specialising in the shipping sector. He is widely recognised by peers, clients and independent legal directories as a leading lawyer.

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He is a thought leader with insight into the trends and developments that impact on the global shipping and trade industries, with recent focus on the BRI and Brexit.

“I am pleased to be involved in the Belt and Road Advisory Committee which will assist the HKIAC in taking a leading role in supporting the Belt and Road Initiative. It is hugely important that BRI projects benefit from invaluable legal risk management, dispute resolution expertise and Hong Kong’s modern legal infrastructure,” said Beaves.

“David’s appointment to the HKIAC Belt and Road Advisory Committee reflects his deep knowledge and expertise in the region and his enthusiasm and dedication for supporting China’s Belt and Road Initiative. It also complements our firm’s continued commitment to supporting our clients with interests in the region and our focus on China’s growing influence on the international stage,” commented Ince & Co International Senior Partner Jan Heuvels.

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