Andrew has over 10 years’ experience of both advisory and principal investment in the energy and infrastructure sector. He re-joined QMPF in August 2018 from Macquarie Green Investment Group (GIG), previously the UK Green Investment Bank (GIB), where he spent five years in the Distributed Energy and Onshore Renewables team. Prior to that he spent over five years in Quayle Munro’s project advisory team where he advised clients in the energy, waste, education and health sectors.
Andrew has experience of a range of renewable energy technologies, at different stages of development including energy storage, onshore wind, energy efficiency, hydro and electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
While at GIG, Andrew worked on both debt and equity principal transactions across the distributed energy and onshore renewables space. In particular he led GIG’s work on energy storage, both behind the meter and grid connected, and also on low emission transport, predominantly in the electric mobility space.
Andrew also played a key role in the development of GIB’s on balance sheet lending product for local authorities. Key areas of responsibility included developing standard loan documentation suitable for syndication to fixed income markets and the bank’s hedging strategy for managing interest rate risk. He also closed a number of transactions with local authorities across the UK to fund the retrofit of LED street lighting.
He originally joined Quayle Munro in 2008 from PricewaterhouseCoopers where he was a manager in its Treasury Risk Assurance Services department specialising in financial risk management, financial instruments and hedging.
Andrew is a qualified Chartered Accountant, has a MSc in Applied Statistics from the University of Oxford and a BSc (Hons) in Mathematics from Durham University.