Bobby Reddy

Dr Bobby Reddy is an assistant professor in corporate law at the University of Cambridge, and a fellow of the Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance. Previously, he was a corporate partner at global law firm Latham & Watkins LLP, dividing his time between the London and Washington D.C. offices. He specialised in public and private mergers and acquisitions, private equity, investment funds, financial regulation, cross-border transactions, and company representation. After leaving Latham & Watkins, Reddy served as a senior consultant, and subsequently on the board as a trustee, of Tomorrow's Company, a charitable corporate governance think-tank focused on enabling business to be a force for good in society. He conducts research on a variety of topical corporate governance and company law themes, including matters relating to the efficiency, operation and innovation of the capital markets, and the real-world impact of regulatory approaches and policies. He is the author of “Founders Without Limits: Dual-Class Stock and the Premium Tier of the London Stock Exchange”, published by Cambridge University Press.

Latest Articles by Bobby Reddy

  1. Man with magnifying glass

    1 July, 2022

    The 30-year itch: time to ditch the UK Corporate Governance Code

    Now that governance has come of age, businesses should be able to innovate within the boundaries of good regulation.

  1. London Stock Exchange

    15 February, 2022

    Could dual-class shares resuscitate the London Stock Exchange?

    US evidence has shown that dual-class firms outperform their one share, one vote brethren. London needs to take a more global view.