Mark is the Lead Lawyer in the World Bank’s Public-Private Partnership Group, based in Singapore. His work is primarily focused on PPP transactions and the legal and regulatory arrangements for such transactions, particularly in the energy and transport sectors. In 2012, he relocated to Singapore to join the World Bank’s Singapore Infrastructure Hub.
Mark is the task team leader for the Public-Private Partnerships Infrastructure Resource Center (PPPIRC). He provides strategic direction to the PPPIRC and reviews materials on the Energy and Legislation and Regulation pages of the website.
Prior to coming to the World Bank in 2005, Mark was the Practice Group Manager of the Energy, Projects and Construction Group of a major international law firm based in London, which he joined in 1997. Before that, Mark practised as an energy lawyer in Canada for over twenty years. He was born in 1953 in Vancouver, Canada and received his LL.B. from the University of British Columbia in 1976.
- When elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers
- Helping PPP practitioners connect: the Asia PPP Practitioners Network
- How to accelerate the process and reduce costs for public-private partnerships? Recommended PPP contractual provisions
- Forging a partnership with the Global Infrastructure Hub
- Highlighting a free resource for PPP project development