BRUCE DAILEY’s practice involves representing issuers, investors and underwriters in private placement debt and equity transactions, syndicated bank lending transactions, secured transactions and complex structured financial transactions of all types. He has represented and has relationships with a broad range of financial services clients, including almost all of the major United States insurance companies and investment banks and collateral/asset management firms in the United States and abroad.
Bruce has extensive experience in the field of United States cross-border institutional private placements. He has been involved in private placements out of virtually every jurisdiction in which such transactions have been done, including the United States, Australia, New Zealand, the majority of Western European, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Asia and Russia.
Bruce is recognized as an established lawyer for US capital markets law who frequently acts for Australian clients on debt private placement matters. He has been ranked as a Band 1 leading lawyer in the 2020, 2021 and 2022 editions of Chambers Asia-Pacific, for U.S. law-based capital markets in the Australia chapter. He has also been ranked in the 2020, 2021 and 2022 editions of Chambers Global’s Spotlight table for Capital Markets: Debt & Equity (Expertise Based Abroad) in the Australia chapter, where he received praise as being “very reliable and provides excellent advice and continued support” to his clients. He was also included in the 2013-2021 edition of Best Lawyers in Australia in the practices of banking and finance law, debt capital markets law, equity capital markets law and structured finance law.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Bruce was a certified public accountant with a major United States accounting firm.