Aaron Bradley

London
  • 99 Bishopsgate
  • London EC2M 3XF
  • United Kingdom
 
 

Aaron Bradley is an associate in the London office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the Tax Department. He advises clients on a range of international tax and transactional tax matters, focusing on the tax aspects of corporate and finance transactions, multi-jurisdictional tax planning, and tax-related financing and structuring. Prior to joining Latham in 2020, Mr. Bradley was an associate in the tax department of a leading UK law firm.

Mr. Bradley’s representative transactions include advising:

  • The world’s foremost advertising company on the sale of its data analytics business to a private equity house*
  • A legal services provider on their initial public offering and listing onto the London Stock Exchange*
  • A major UK supermarket on its joint venture with a dedicated online grocery retailer and associated rights offer*
  • A global investment management company on its acquisition of significant mortgage assets from the UK government through a UK securitization*
  • A UK bank on its first UK securitization over personal loan receivables*
  • A listed utility company on restructuring its corporate group structure to minimize tax inefficiencies*
  • A US bank in relation to the tax implications of a property restructuring*
  • A multinational cinema company in relation to its worldwide debt portfolio*

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham


 
 
 
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