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Bobby Reddy lectures in company law, corporate governance, private equity, and transactional deals, and is a J M Keynes Senior Fellow in Financial Economics. Previously, Professor Reddy was a corporate partner at the 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, Professor 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. Professor Reddy conducts research on a variety of topical corporate governance, private equity, 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 has published extensively on dual-class stock, special purpose acquisition companies, corporate governance, the health of the London Stock Exchange and on stock exchange dynamics generally, and he is the author of the book on dual-class stock, “Founders Without Limits” published by Cambridge University Press.  He has also been cited or quoted in numerous mainstream publications, including Bloomberg, The Guardian, the Financial Times, City A.M. and Reuters.  Professor Reddy is on the editorial board of the Journal of Corporate Law Studies, is a Global Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law with the University of Notre Dame, and is a former fellow of the Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance.

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