Bobby Reddy

Bobby  Reddy

Global Professor of Law
Notre Dame London Law Programme

Home Affiliation: Professor of Corporate Law and Governance, University of Cambridge

Bobby Reddy is the professor of corporate law and governance at the University of Cambridge, a fellow of the Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance, and a fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge. He is on the editorial board of the Journal of Corporate Law Studies. Previously, Professor Reddy was a corporate partner at global law firm Latham & Watkins LLP, dividing his time between the London and Washington D.C. offices. He specialized 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 teaches corporate governance, corporate law, transactional deals, and private equity. He conducts research on a variety of topical corporate governance, capital markets, 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 and stock exchange dynamics, and 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.