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Paul Hally

Paul Hally

Partner

Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Scotland

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Profile

Paul is Chairman of the firm and maintains an active client base as a result of his 33 years of broad commercial experience advising clients strategically and legally in the funds, financial services, banking and energy sectors.

He is a senior member of our Corporate Finance practice and is a licensed Insolvency Practitioner with particular specialism is complex restructuring and insolvency work involving the application of his wide range of banking, insolvency and corporate experience. He is one of Scotland's best-known corporate and restructuring lawyers.

He acts as a reporter to the Court of Session in Edinburgh on significant corporate transactions. He is also the Convenor of the Business Policy Panel of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and a member of its Policy Leadership Board and Brexit Panels.

Paul is one of our key representatives in our international network, World Services Group, and has first-hand knowledge of many of our member firms worldwide. 

Admitted in Scotland.

Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Professional Associations

Law Society of Scotland
The Law Society
Society of Writers to the Signet
Scottish Financial Enterprise
Business Policy Committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland

Articles

Scotland in 2050: Oil and Gas - Opportunities in Price Recovery
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, October 2018

The oil and gas sector has seen significant changes over the past few years, led by a significant reduction in global oil prices. This has increased the focus on operational efficiency and more flexible ways of working collaboratively to alleviate the effects of protracted price deflation...

New Pay Ratio Reporting Requirements on the Horizon
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, September 2018

In its green paper on corporate governance reform, the Government sought views on measures designed to address "a widespread perception that executive pay has become increasingly disconnected from both the pay of ordinary working people and the underlying long-term performance of companies"...

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