AZB’s Meera Singh becomes KPMG GCAZB’s Meera Singh becomes KPMG GC

Former AZB & Partners Delhi partner and capital markets practice head Meera Singh, who had left the firm in May, has joined consultancy KPMG as general counsel reported Bar & Bench.

She had said earlier that she was leaving for personal reasons and would continue working with AZB flexibly on assignments.

She is a 1994 CLC Delhi University graduate, having begun her career at New Delhi Law Offices, moving to AZB in 2001 and making partner there in 2007.

We have reached out to Singh for comment.

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Like +0 Object -0 Guest 19 Jun 17, 18:25
Pls report that new President of India is a former SC lawyer

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/ram-nath-kovind-a-crusader-for-the-rights-of-weaker-sections/articleshow/59218717.cms
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Like +1 Object -7 Awesome 19 Jun 17, 19:09
One of the most professional and thorough Partner that I've had opportunity to work with. She is super intelligent and take care of assignment like none other. With such vast experience and dedicated approach I'm sure that KPMG would be proud to have her in their ranks. It has always been a pleasure working with her and I wish her all the best in her new endeavour.
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Like +5 Object -6 Lexpert 19 Jun 17, 21:07  controversial
Meera is one of the nicest and most down-to-earth Big Law partners I have had the privilege of meeting. Having worked with her a little at AZB, I must confess this is a real coup for KPMG! Considering that Ajay Bahl is KPMG's port of call for all things legal, one can hardly be surprised..
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