Paul Kelly > KPMG Law in the United Kingdom > London, England > Lawyer Profile

KPMG Law in the United Kingdom
E14 5GL

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Paul is a corporate lawyer in the KPMG Law team. He specialises in domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, international group reorganisations and equity incentives. His clients include leading multinational and national corporates, entrepreneurs and management teams.

Paul has extensive experience of delivering legal services as part of multi-disciplinary team at KPMG and regularly works closely with colleagues from our tax, corporate finance and consultancy businesses. 

He brings a wealth of experience and pragmatism to corporate transactions, helping clients minimise risk and protect value. Clients praise his commercial and highly responsive approach and value him as a trusted business adviser.


Law LLB, University of Sheffield
Legal Practice Course (LPC), College of Law

Lawyer Rankings

London > Corporate and commercial > International business reorganisations

KPMG Law in the United Kingdom recently recruited Richard Needham from Baker McKenzie to jointly lead the firm’s international business reorganisations practice with Peter Workman in Birmingham following the retirement of Richard Lewis. The practice also saw numerous promotions including the promotion of Ben Brafman and Birmingham-based Tom Swain to director and Manchester-based Paul Kelly and Tanvir Dhanoa getting elevated to the partnership. The group is active in high-value and complex cross-border reorganisation projects and benefits from the firm’s wider professional services expertise and bespoke and tailored technology products.

North West > Corporate and commercial > Corporate and commercial: Manchester

KPMG Law in the United Kingdom assists a client roster which ranges from SMEs founded and based in the North West to large UK and multinational PLCs and private companies. Under the guidance of experienced corporate specialists Paul Kelly and Edward Bartlett, the team focuses on providing M&A and resturcturing advice. The technology sector is an area of particular expertise.