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Instructions: RRB-Boutique Indo-Thai hotels: Amss-AZB | Rs 2000 cr IndusInd QIP: Crawford-S&R | Rs 600 cr PC Jewellers IPO: AMSS-S&R | SBI, ICICI Rs 1600 cr CDR: KhaiCo | Hospira-Orchid at CCI: Khaico

Last package from '12
Last package from '12

Amarchand, AZB, Khaitan, Crawford Bayley and S&R Associates wrap up the last five deals of 2012..

Corporate/M&A and joint venture

Thailand-based hospitality group RRB entered into three Hotel Management Agreements with Boutique Hotels India for managing and operating three luxury hotels in India under the brandname ‘lebua’
RRB Group: Amarchand Mangaldas Delhi partner Akila Agrawal with principal associate Sourav Kanti De Biswas and senior associate Mukul Sharma
Boutique Hotels: AZB & Partners Delhi partner Hardeep Sachdeva

Capital Markets
Private sector lender IndusInd Bank did a qualified institutional placement of Rs 2000 crore ($36.8m) , with investment banks Morgan Stanley, JM Financial, CLSA and HSBC as the book running lead managers (BRLM)
BRLM: S&R Associates co-founding partner Sandip Bhagat and Delhi partner Venkatesh Vijayaraghavan, with associates Jabarati Chandra, Amy Bharucha, and Reeba Muthalaly, with Dorsey & Whitney LLP
IndusInd Bank: Crawford Bayley Mumbai

Delhi-based jewellery company PC Jewellers made an initial public offering worth Rs 600 crore, with SBI Capital Markets and Kotak Mahindra as the underwriters

PC Jewellers: Amarchand Mangaldas Delhi capital markets partner Prashant Gupta
Underwriters: S&R Associates partners Juhi Singh and Bhakta Patnaik, with associates Ganeev Dhillon, Brajendu Bhaskar, and Rohit Anand, with DLA Piper Singapore

 

Banking and finance

IL&FS Engineering & Construction Company borrowed Rs 1630 crore from a consortium of CDR lenders led by State Bank of India and ICICI Bank which enhanced the existing working capital limits from Rs 1277 crore
Lenders: Khaitan & Co Mumbai partner Shishir Mehta
IL&FS: In-house

Competition
Leading global injectable drugs maker Hospira’s Indian subsidiary Hospira Healthcare India (HHI) and Chennai-based global pharma major Orchid, which had been bought by HHI in August, modified the term of the non-compete obligation in their Business Transfer Agreement, the amended form of which they will submit to the Competition Commission of India (CCI)
Hospira: Khaitan & Co Mumbai competition law counsel Avaantika Kakkar

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