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2010-11: The Indian capital markets war and how to build an army on foreign soil

The war is not just on the trading floor
The war is not just on the trading floor
The winner doesn’t take it all anymore in the capital markets field. Read Legally India’s full analysis of the main players and contenders in the equity and debt capital markets.

Although capital markets work in India is not necessarily the most technical or profitable area, it nevertheless comes with major kudos and potential for relationship building. Once you float a company and do things right, it may very well turn into a firm’s client for life across all practice areas.

Coupled with the rise of the Indian stock markets and companies’ again undiminished appetite for fundraising, India’s capital markets sector has therefore turned into a battlefield for both domestic and foreign law firms. And the battle lines are shifting…

Click here to read the full equity and debt capital markets report in PDF format first published yesterday (16 May) by The Lawyer magazine.

For a deeper look at individual areas, check Legally India’s 2010-11 financial year:

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