Mark Walsh co-heads Sidley’s Capital Markets group in the EMEA region. He is qualified to practice New York, English and Hong Kong law.
Mark advises public and private sector clients. He has worked with governments and other sovereign and quasi-sovereign clients, as well as with companies from a broad range of industries, including banking, insurance and other financial services; oil, gas and petrochemicals; pharmaceuticals and life sciences; automotive; paper and forest products; telecommunications, media and technology; real estate; and food services and distribution. Representative clients include BorgWarner, Cargill, Caterpillar, GSK, McDonald’s Corporation, Simon Property Group and leading U.S. and European investment and other banks and providers of alternative capital.
Mark is a member of the International Bar Association. He also serves on the Advisory Board of the Commercial Law Centre at University College London (UCL).
Mark has published articles and book reviews for the International Business Lawyer, International Financial Law Review, the Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsrecht, Legal Business, Legal Week and IR Magazine, amongst others, including a series of articles on the U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Most recently, he co-authored with Sidley colleague Michael Hyatte The International Capital Markets Review, Edition 8 – United States Chapter, November 2018.