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Amarchand CFO & COO joins Rainmaker

Amarchand Mangaldas Delhi's former joint chief financial officer (CFO) and chief operating officer (COO) Bithika Anand has joined legal market services provider Rainmaker as founding director of a new business venture.

Legally India reported two months ago that Anand had resigned from Amarchand.

She has now joined Rainmaker to head up its new consultancy business, which will provide consulting services to law firms.

Anand said: "It's an opportunity to do what you really want to do in life and this area always interested me a lot.

"But somehow in a firm you do get restricted with the overall management perspective. Here you get an opportunity to work for different kinds of law firms."

Anand is a qualified chartered accountant and had been at Amarchand for almost 11 years.

She also holds a post-graduate diploma in professional service firm management from Nottingham Law School.

She will be based in Delhi but will travel between the metro cities.

Rainmaker Consulting aims to advise law firms, legal process outsourcing companies and in-house legal departments.

Anand will head a team of five, which includes Ruchika Sukh who was formerly India manager for recruitment consultancy EA International and an IP lawyer.

Former AZB & Partners lawyer Perin Dubash and Rainmaker co-founder and ex-Amarchand lawyer Ritvik Lukose will also work on the consulting business.

Rainmaker was founded in 2006 specialising in legal recruitment and training services.

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