Bradley is a corporate and securities law specialist with particular expertise in transactional matters and is at the forefront of Chapman Tripp's financial services regulatory practice.
Bradley has particular expertise in the regulatory environment for banks and other major financial services market participants, including advice on financial services regulatory and anti-money laundering issues. He also advises on mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance transactions.
Bradley has written a number of articles on company and securities law, financial services regulation and stock exchange listing rules issues.
Bradley has advised:
- AATS Group (SkyBus) on its acquisition of Airbus Holdings and its subsidiary Airbus Express
- The New Zealand Guardian Trust Company and The Trust Company (Australia) on their role as instalment receipt trustees for the $1.88b IPO of Meridian Energy
- Sanford on its purchases of mussel farms assets from Sealord, Pacifica and Greenshell
- L&M Coal Holdings on the sale of various coal exploration related assets to Bathurst Resources
- Vector on its advanced metering arrangements with Genesis Energy
- a range of financial sector participants on the impact and implementation of the Financial Markets Conduct Act, including submissions and input on the design of the regime
- on a range of licensing processes, in particular new licences required under the Financial Markets Conduct Act
- a number of major financial service providers (domestic and offshore) on managed fund establishment and ongoing compliance
- various entities on the impact of financial service provider and anti-money laundering laws
- various issuers on securities law and Listing Rule compliance
- on a fisheries industry export joint venture
- a major New Zealand listed corporate on its capital return, and
- on a wide range of other transactions, including acquisitions, investment arrangements, joint ventures and service arrangements, for both domestic and offshore clients.