Elizabeth specialises in banking and finance law, and advises clients in structuring, negotiating, implementing and restructuring a wide range of financing transactions. She acts for financial institutions and alternative lenders as well as corporate and individual borrowers across a wide range of domestic and cross-border finance transactions. These include real estate financing (investment and development), acquisition and leveraged finance and project finance, through bilateral, syndicated and club deals. Elizabeth also advises on loan portfolio sales, acting on the vendor side as well as the purchaser side.
Elizabeth joined Maples and Calder in 2012 having previously worked for a large Irish corporate law firm. She has been ranked by Chambers Global and IFLR 1000. Clients say she is "proactive, professional, hands on, technically strong, personable, commercial, client focused, solutions driven" adding "She takes instruction and provides guidance as required. Importantly, she deals commercially with issues rather than focusing purely on the legal matter".
Chambers Global 2016 describes Elizabeth Bradley as a 'rising star', advising clients on all aspects of a wide range of financing transactions, including extensive activity in the firm's loan sale caseload. Clients report: "Throughout the process she performed strongly in the face of unique challenges. The solutions and mitigation strategies she provided were very impressive."
Chambers Global 2017 interviewed clients highlight Elizabeth Bradley for her "attention to detail, and her ability to think how things work from a practical perspective and understand our concerns." Bradley advised MIRELF VI Irish Investments on term loan facilities worth EUR40 million. She also assists with property and project finance, as well as secured and unsecured lending.
UCD Michael Smurfit School of Business, Dip. Business Studies (Hons), 1999
University of College Dublin, BCL (Hons), 1998
2003 - Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland