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George Gibson is a banking, projects and export finance lawyer based in Tokyo. He specialises in the development, financing and acquisition and disposal of infrastructure and energy related projects, especially in the emerging markets. He has broad experience across the power, water, infrastructure, oil & gas, petrochemicals, renewables and nuclear sectors.
George is consistently recognised as a leading individual for Projects and Energy and Banking and Finance work in Chambers Asia Pacific, Chambers Global and Legal 500 Asia Pacific.
George was formerly based in our London, Bahrain and Milan offices and first worked in Tokyo in 1997.
George is a member of The Law Society of England and Wales and is licensed to advise on English Law in Japan as a Gaikokuho-Jimu-Bengoshi (registered foreign lawyer).
Over the last few weeks it has become apparent that the Government is discussing a draft of a new regulation concerning mine mouth power projects (“Mine Mouth Regula.
September 23, 2013
Shortage of infrastructure is one of the main constraints on economic growth in Vietnam. Vietnam’s lack of infrastructure is partly a result of its history; at the e.
June 24, 2013
George Gibson, Stephen Clugston and Geoff Sutherland have written an article which looks at how energy demand in Vietnam is fuelling infrastructure in the region..
August 06, 2013
George Gibson, Stephen Clugston and Geoff Sutherland have written an article looking at the Vietnamese government’s strategy to boost infrastructure investment..
August 06, 2013