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Mark Wylie

Senior Contract Manager, Nokia Networks, Denmark

Participation in the events of the SPBILF 2019

Track: 2. Legal Profession. Legal Department Management. Notary
Discussion session

2.5. Commercial Contracts Management: Implementation of the Best International Practices in Russia

Speaker

Friday, 17 May, 13:30 - 15:30

Hall #3, General Staff Building (6-8, Dvortsovaya sq.)

Biography

Education, academic degree:

Mark has a Juris Doctorate Law and a Law Practising Certificate for Australia, Masters in Project Management (high distinction), a Degree (hons) in Building Studies and Post Graduate Certificate in Project Management and Economics.

Mark is an Accredited Arbitrator with Associate of Institute of Arbitrators & Mediators Australia.

Mark says his major achievement is being a qualified English Teacher!

 

Professional experience:

Mark has previously worked and gained valuable experience in a variety of organisations ranging from New South Wales Fire Brigades, Reserve Bank of Australia, Major Chinese Sub-Contractors, Department of Education and Construction companies in UK and Stockholm and even a Lawyer for the Australian ‘FairWork’ Government authority checking for the fairness of contracts and for employees rights.

Mark also worked in Spain where he had a key role in the Barcelona Olympics contract close out.

Mark has just arrived in April to Copenhagen to the Head up the Scandinavia Operations of Build and Roll out for Nokia Telco.

 

Specialist area, professional interests:

With over 25 years’ experience in roles ranging from Quantity Surveying, Project Management, Cost & Contract Engineering, Claims Consultancy, Commercial & Regional Management.

Possessing first-hand experience of the challenges involved in delivering construction and engineering projects on time and to budget. Qualifications in Law; admitted as a Solicitor, arbitration practice and other forms of dispute resolution and can therefore bridge the technical – legal divide. Bridging the divide of bringing these skills together is important to understand project progress, cost management and applying the T&C’s when issues become troublesome.

 

Achievements, rewards:

Numerous roles in differing contractual situation. The reward as Mark sees it is now putting the Surfboard down and cycling and sorting the Project Life Cycle in Copenhagen!