Graeme is an experienced financial and commercial adviser specialising in complex project finance transactions. Graeme is responsible for a range of financial modelling transactions and also has expertise in providing financial and commercial guidance through all phases of public sector procurement. His experience incorporates contract negotiation, post award contract management, refinancing and contract structuring, including advising on control, incentivisation, pricing, and payment and performance mechanisms.
Graeme has now advised on over £150m of infrastructure across three territories using the Scottish ‘hub’ structure. He recently provided bid support, financial modelling and commercial structuring advice to the successful bidder for a major strategic estates partnership project with an NHS Trust. He has also advised widely on the delivery of waste sector infrastructure under a number of long term contract mechanisms. His current work includes the provision of options appraisals and procurement advisory support to a number of universities for both student accommodation and wider campus development.
Graeme joined QMPF's Edinburgh office in November 2014 from Deloitte where he started as an audit graduate trainee, moving to their Edinburgh Corporate Finance practice in 2006 and specialising in government and infrastructure transactions. Over eight years with Deloitte he advised a range of clients, both public sector bodies and private sector entities.
Graeme is a qualified Chartered Accountant and has a MA (Hons) in Economics and Geography from University of St. Andrews.