Berwin Leighton Paisner promotes Elizabeth Bradley to Head of Corporate Tax
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has announced the appointment of Elizabeth Bradley as its new Head of Corporate Tax. She started the role on 1 November 2014 and continues to be based in London.
Elizabeth was made a Partner in May 2008. She advises in all areas of corporate taxation both in the UK and on cross-border transactions, with particular specialism in real estate tax. Her clients include Land Securities, Canary Wharf Group, Tesco and BlackRock. Elizabeth takes over the role of Head of Corporate Tax from John Overs who will now concentrate on client work.
Michael Wistow, Head of Tax, commented: “It is always exceptionally rewarding to promote our own home grown talent and we welcome Elizabeth as our new Head of Corporate Tax. She brings a wealth of experience and understanding of the market which will benefit us as we navigate the constantly changing needs of our clients. I’d like to publicly thank John for everything that he’s done for the practice group in this role. It has been a real pleasure working so closely with him to develop such a highly respected group.”
Commenting on her new role, Elizabeth said: “Becoming Head of Corporate Tax is an exciting challenge. It gives me a great opportunity to help grow and increase the strength in depth of the practice to ensure that we continue to work for some of the largest companies in the UK and across the globe. In this new role I will place great emphasis on the service we deliver to both existing and new clients to ensure that we continue to provide clear, concise, timely and commercial advice on all tax related matters.”
BLP’s Tax team has over 70 tax practitioners across five offices, including Abu Dhabi, Frankfurt, London, Moscow and Singapore. The practice includes a dedicated contentious tax team, which is unique in advising across corporate tax, international tax, private client and VAT. It also works closely with the firm’s Private Client team and has been ranked in tier one in Chambers UK and Legal 500 UK for contentious tax.