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Employment, Pensions and Incentives


Senior Associate

Bradley advises on employee remuneration and incentive arrangements and related governance matters.


Bradley provides commercial and innovative advice on remuneration and incentive matters, from assisting listed and private clients with the design of cash and share-based incentive schemes to advising on the ever-widening range of related corporate governance issues, as well as guiding clients through the impact of corporate actions on employee share plans.

Bradley also specialises in advising financial sector clients on the regulation of remuneration, using his experience of having advised in this areas since the advent of the current regulatory regimes.




Bradley is member of the tax committee of the Share Plan Lawyers Group and is a contributor to Revenue Law: Principles and Practice on the taxation of employee share options, incentives and trusts.  

Bradley is also a member of the firm's Corporate Governance Advisory Team, a cross-practice specialist team advising listed clients on all corporate governance and head office matters.

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