Bruce is a principal and senior partner at Norton Gledhill, which he established with others in Melbourne in 1986. He has more than 30 year’s broad experience in commercial law and business.
His expertise encompasses joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, private and public fund-raising, private equity and venture capital investment, corporate advice on directors’ duties and corporate governance. He has experience advising clients in a number of industry sectors, including the health industry, venture and development capital, funds management, manufacturing and tourism and hospitality.
Bruce is a graduate of Monash University and holds a Bachelor of Jurisprudence and Bachelor of Laws. His appointments include the Board of the Kimberley Foundation Australia since 2010 where he has assisted for a number of years on a pro bono basis on matters concerning Aboriginal rock art and culture. He is a director and trustee of a number of private companies and trusts which are involved in matters of business and the care of others.
Bruce has advised AEH and related entities since 2005.