Tracy Fisher is a partner in Brown Rudnick’s UK tax practice. She provides complex domestic and cross-border tax structuring and transactional advice to a wide range of UK and international clients.
Her areas of expertise include advising on corporate M&A, public company and private equity transactions, group reorganisations and demergers, real estate and equity investments and international taxation and finance.
A member of Brown Rudnick’s Family Office team, Tracy is also part of our cross-discipline initiative working for clients in this area.
Prior to joining Brown Rudnick, Tracy was a partner in the London office of DLA Piper LLP.
Tracy is recognised in Super Lawyers List 2016 (London) for Tax Law and Chambers Directory has recommended her as “praised for her flexible and commercial approach” (Chambers & Partners Legal Directory 2013).
Advising US fund Karlin Real Estate on the structure and implementation of a reorganisation of its UK and European property portfolio. Subsequently acting on the Karlin’s sale of that portfolio to Kildare Partners for £260 million.
Acting for the shareholders in Chorus Law Group in connection with the company’s merger into Simplify Group Limited and subsequent private equity investment by Palamon Capital Partners.
Acting for LJ Capital on various bespoke cross-border investment transactions and structures.
Advising LJ Capital on the structure and implementation of its group’s international restructuring.
Acting for Belgian group Iwan Simonis SA on its acquisition of WSG Textiles from private equity owners Vespa Capital.
Acting for Kildare Partners on its £70 million acquisition of a European property holding group from Invesco.
Acting for AIM quoted carpet manufacturing group, Victoria PLC, on numerous company acquisitions (such as Interfloor Limited) and group structure aspects.
Acting for Queensgate Investments LLP on the purchase of Kensington Forum Hotel.
Acting for Metric Capital Partners on its acquisition of the James Grant Group, leading provider of talent management services.
Acting for a major US fund on the proposed set-up and structure of a $1 billion Luxembourg SICAV Fund for investment in Eastern European nanotechnology companies.
Advising a Guernsey fund on its investment in litigation funding.
College of Law, Guildford – Law Society Final Examination
University of Nottingham – LLB
Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales
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