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Malcolm Parry


Malcolm Parry

An associate in our Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects Group, Malcolm Parry is also a non-practising barrister and uses his skills as a trained advocate to find innovative solutions to the challenges his clients face. As an industry-focused lawyer, he advises energy and infrastructure clients on the financing and construction of new-build projects and PPPs as well as on corporate transactions such as mergers, acquisitions and disposals.

Malcolm advises clients across a range of sectors, including renewable and nuclear energy, transport, health, defence, education, conventional power, oil and gas and mining. Malcolm is also a core member of our Business and Social Enterprise (HL BaSE) faculty and is keenly interested in the rise of social impact as a central focus of big business. He has spent time on secondment to Big Society Capital, an independent social investment institution, and regularly uses the experience he gained from working with a client with a 'triple bottom line' to ensure that his clients receive tailored commercial advice whilst ensuring that business integrity is a key part of the thought process.

Representative Experience

Advising Alstom on the €12.4bn sale to GE of its power and grid businesses and establishment of JVs in the grid, renewable and nuclear sectors.

Advising major international contractors in relation to their potential liability for nuclear incidents under international and UK law.

Advising a global investor on the acquisition of a portfolio of student housing assets valued at over $500m.

Advising Alstom-Drax-BOC in relation to DECC's CCS commercialization program to deliver an innovative 'first of a kind' end-to-end carbon capture and storage solution.

Advising Big Society Capital (whilst on secondment) as lender in relation to funding of large-scale community energy projects, to be refinanced by community share raises.

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