Henry Carlson

Associate, Melbourne

Biography

Overview

Henry is an Associate in our Project and Development and Finance group, based in Melbourne. He advises on a broad range of corporate transactions including the development, construction and sale of major infrastructure and construction projects.

Bars and Courts
Supreme Court of Victoria
Education
JD
University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Commerce
University of Melbourne
Languages
English

Experience

Henry's experience includes advising:

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners on the US$3 billion (NT$90 billion) project financing of the 589MW Changfang and Xidao offshore wind project in Taiwan.

The export credit agencies and a syndicate of international and Taiwanese commercial banks on the €2.7 billion (NT$94 billion) project financing of the 640MW Yunlin offshore wind project in Taiwan.

AusNet Group on the Western Victoria Transmission Network Project for the construction and expansion of electricity transmission infrastructure in Western Victoria.

An international oil and gas company on the engineering and design contracts for a large-scale offshore LNG project.

Malakoff Corporation Berhad on the sale of its entire 50% participating interest in the Macarthur Wind Farm in Victoria, Australia, the largest wind farm in the southern hemisphere, to Australian asset manager AMP Capital's Community Infrastructure Fund, the winning bidder in a competitive auction process.

The selling shareholders and founders of Unified Healthcare Group (UHG), the operator of a leading healthcare technology platform, medEbridge, on the sale of UHG to MedHealth, an Australian provider of healthcare and employment services and a wholly-owned subsidiary of the US-based ExamWorks Group.

Amp Energy in relation to the acquisition of the Molong Solar Farm in New South Wales.

An Uzbek mining and metallurgical company in its proposed corporate restructuring and privatization.

The developer on a 220MW wind farm project in South Australia.

A consortium composed of Brookfield Infrastructure and its institutional partners and GIC on the US$8.4 billion acquisition of Genesee & Wyoming Inc. (NYSE:GWR).