Bradley W. Snyder

Executive Managing Director,
Tiger Capital Group

Bradley Snyder is a recognized authority and leading corporate advisor on global business strategies in the commercial world.

His expertise spans mergers and acquisitions, debt financings, corporate restructurings, asset maximization via strategic re-positionings and disposition programs, and the acquisition, perpetuation and full-utilization of global brands of distressed retail companies.

Additionally, Snyder is a member of senior leadership responsible for the expansion of Tiger operations into Australia.

His business career spans 40 years, including 13 years as a practicing attorney and Partner at the Boston firm of Looney and Grossman LLP.

During a 12-year tenure as a Managing Director and Principal at one of Tiger’s competitors, he led deal teams on numerous key projects, including the acquisitions of Casual Corner, a C$180 million financing for Eaton’s Department Stores, and the repositioning of over 80 department stores following Federated’s (now Macy’s) acquisition of May Department Stores.

Snyder was also instrumental in the firm’s launch of a business unit that purchased, sold and licensed brands and other intellectual property. Brands and companies under his direction included The Sharper Image, and Linens ‘n Things.

More recently, Snyder was the President of CP (Creative Playthings) Licensing Corp. and Operating Managing Partner at Infinity FS Brands, LLC, where he engineered the equity investment in Linens ‘n Things, as well as the debt financing for Fredericks of Hollywood.

He has served on the Board of Directors of The Sharper Image and Board of Advisors of Linens ‘n Things and is a past Director of the Turnaround Management Association’s Toronto Chapter. He has also been a director for the Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Boston, Big Brothers of Greater Boston, and Jewish Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Greater Boston. Snyder currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, and is an Executive Mentor at the Global Good Fund.

He holds a BA in Political Science/History from The George Washington University and a JD from Boston University, School of Law and is a member of the Massachusetts Bar.


Past Clients/Projects:

  • Macy’s
  • Lord & Taylor
  • Saks Off Fifth
  • Casual Corner/Petite Sophisticate
  • Eaton’s Department Stores
  • Hudson’s Bay Company/Zeller’s
  • Laura Secord Candy
  • Anna’s Linens
  • Fredericks of Hollywood
  • The Bargain Shop!
  • Sarah Michaels
  • Danier Leather
  • XS Cargo
  • Clair de Lune
  • Rona Canada
  • Trimingham’s Bermuda

Recent Feature Articles/White Papers:

How to Close A Store- Racked

Brands & IP: A Cautionary Tale

Know Your Boundaries: Don’t Treat Canada Like a 51st State


How Debt Plays an Outsized Role in Retail Bankruptcies

Liquidation 101: Sorting Fact from Fiction