Mark Nash

Managing Associate

London

Mark is a Managing Associate in the Energy and Infrastructure group.


Mark previously worked for Amey UK plc advising its Consulting and Strategic Infrastructure division, and prior to that spent six months on secondment to Infracapital (the infrastructure equity investment arm of M&G Investments). Mark completed his legal training at Hogan Lovells, where he worked in their Energy, Resources and Projects Team for three and a half years following his qualification.

Mark has a wide range of experience advising infrastructure investment funds on the acquisition and disposal of project financed asset. Mark has also advised sponsors, developers and lenders on the key contractual documentation for the development and financing of infrastructure and energy projects.


  • Energy

    • OFTOs: advised different lender consortia on the limited recourse financing of three undersea wind farm transmission cables, under OFGEM’s transitional tender regime
    • European power business: advised a leading infrastructure fund on a competitive bid submission for a European power business.
    • Electricity and gas metering: advised a leading infrastructure fund on its further equity funding of an electricity and gas metering business.
    • Integrated waste management PFI project: advised Cornwall Council on the restructuring and close of its integrated waste management solution. The project included the design, build, and operation by the principal contractor of an Energy from Waste facility.

    Infrastructure

    • Integrated waste management PFI project: advised Amey (as principal contractor) on the key sub-contracts for the Isle of Wight's integrated waste management project, including the construction of a mechanical treatment plant and the upgrade of an existing advanced thermal treatment plant.
    • Disposal of ports business: Advised Infracapital on the joint divestment of its interest in ADP Ports.
    • Canadian healthcare facility: advised a leading infrastructure fund manager on the completion of its disposal of a Canadian healthcare facility under a competitive tender process.
    • London Underground Connect PFI Project: advised HICL Infrastructure Company Limited on completion of three incremental acquisitions in the project.
    • InfraRed Capital Partners: advised on the establishment of InfraRed's new Yield Fund, and the transfer of 21 social infrastructure assets into the same.

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