Disinvestment

Luthra, Perkins do Rs 3,000 cr Gov disinvestment in 10 PSUs through unique mutual fund structure

Luthra & Luthra and Perkins Coie acted for the Government of India in the first-of-its-kind central public sector enterprise (CPSE) exchange traded fund (ETF), which offered stakes in 10 public sector undertakings (PSUs) through a mutual fund structure.

AMSS, CB, FML, L&L, S&R, pitch for SAIL disinvestment

Five law firms including Amarchand & Mangaldas, Luthra & Luthra, S & R Associates, Crawford Bayley & Co and Fox Mandal have been selected to pitch for the SAIL (Steel Authority of India) first phase 10 per cent share disinvestment, expecting to enrich the Exchequer by Rs 8,000 crores, reported the Economic Times.

Amarchand, Dorsey win Power Grid FPO over Luthra, FoxMandal

power-line-by_abooth202power-line-by_abooth202Amarchand Mangaldas and Dorsey & Whitney have won the government's mandate on the $1.8bn follow-on public offer (FPO) by Power Grid Corporation of India.

FoxMandal, Gide win latest disinvestment as fee quotes hit record low

miningminingFoxMandal Little and French international firm Gide Loyrette Nouel won the government's mandate to take Manganese Ore (India) Ltd (MOIL) to its initial public offering (IPO) by putting in the lowest bid-price yet compared to recent disinvestments.

Amarchand-Dorsey underbid Luthra-Jones Day to score Hindustan Copper sale

copper-wire-by_samcatchesidescopper-wire-by_samcatchesidesAmarchand Mangaldas' Delhi office and Dorsey & Whitney have won the bid on the Hindustan Copper divestment while Khaitan & Co bagged the underwriter's mandate.

Amarchand also won the role for the underwriters on the mammoth Coal India stake sale with Ashurst as international counsel while Luthra had won the tender to advise the company.

Anatomy of new disinvestment tenders: Near zero fees for lawyers or boon for competition?

stock_exchange_chartstock_exchange_chartLess than one month ago a financial daily caused a stir in the cozy Delhi capital markets world after reporting that the selection of law firms in the disinvestment of Coal India Limited and Engineers India Limited (EIL) had been discriminatory, alleging political nepotism. But as so often there is more than meets the eye.

Three old-school firms, three start-ups face-off over Engineers India disinvestment mandate

Amarchand Mangaldas, Crawford Bayley and Luthra & Luthra, and young firms Axon Partners LLP, Link Legal and S&R Associates, are bidding for the role of legal advisor to the government in the disinvestment of state-owned Engineers India Limited (EIL) which is set to happen through a follow-on public offer in July.
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