Gabriel Grossman

Gabriel Grossman

U.S. Tax Counsel, New York

"I have a broad-based practice providing U.S. tax advice on cross-border and U.S. domestic transactions with a focus on financial institutions, alternative investment funds and institutional investors."

Overview

Professional experience

Education and qualifications

Overview

Gabe has a wide-ranging corporate, finance and structuring tax practice, with a particular focus on the U.S. tax issues faced by financial institutions, alternative investment funds and institutional investors. He has extensive experience in advising clients on the tax and structuring issues arising from their capital markets and financing transactions. In addition, Gabe has advised on a variety of cross-border investments including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, restructurings (both in bankruptcy and out of court restructurings), and reorganizations. In addition, Gabe has experience working for fund sponsors on fund formation, restructuring and financing transactions. Gabe’s diverse experience gives him unique perspective on the tax issues his clients face, working to develop commercial solutions.

Gabe spent over 3 years in the role of tax structuring counsel at an alternative investment advisor focused on distressed debt opportunity. In that role he advised broadly on tax matters from negotiation of offering documents, investor tax queries, restructuring of portfolio investments, and optimizing tax efficiency for fund investments.

Gabe also spent three years work from our London office.

Work highlights 

  • Triton Partners: advising on the structuring of its investment funds, joint ventures and portfolio investment activity;
  • Various U.S. and European investment banks: advising on structured note programmes and issuances under those programmes;
  • Anacap: advising on its creation of an NPL platform through a high yield refinancing
  • Alcentra: advising on several CLO and risk retention structures

Professional experience

Prior to joining Linklaters, Gabe worked in the San Francisco Office of Goodwin Proctor advising on tech mergers and acquisitions as well as private equity and real estate fund formation. Gabe also worked in Proskauer Rose’s New York transaction tax practice on capital markets transactions, mergers and acquisitions and alternative investment fund matters.

Education and qualifications

Gabe holds an LLM in taxation from NYU School of Law and a Juris Doctor from UCLA School of Law where he was a member of their Law Review. Gabe obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Human Development from University of California – San Diego.