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Ex-CAM partner, ‘08 HNLU grad Vedant Shukla moves to Ultratech as global M&A GM

Vedant Shukla joins Ultratech in global transactional role
Vedant Shukla joins Ultratech in global transactional role

Former Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas Mumbai partner Vedant Shukla has joined Ultratech Cement as general manager (GM) legal for global M&A.

He is understood to have just joined this week, heading up global corporate transactions at the cement giant.

Shukla will be reporting to UltraTech Cement chief legal officer Sujeet Jain, who had joined in June 2019 from Viacom18.

Shukla is a 2008 HNLU Raipur graduate, who had worked at Nishith Desai Associates, the Future Group, Desai & Diwanji and IDFC Alternatives, before joining CAM in 2018 as a partner into its funds team.

He had left CAM in January 2019.

Ultratech had last year bought BK Birla’s cement business for $1.2bn, in one of the largest deals of the year. Khaitan & Co had acted for Ultratech on corporate issues, and Trilegal on competition law aspects.

Vedant Shukla Work history Jul 2018 - Jan 2019: Partner, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (Mumbai Area) Nov 2012 - Jun 2018: Vice President, IDFC Alternatives Limited Jun 2011 - Nov 2012: Associate, Desai & Diwanji Sep 2010 - Apr 2011: Assistant Manager (Legal), Future Group Jun 2008 - Sep 2010: Associate, Nishith Desai & Associates 2008 - undefined: Intern, Aditya Birla Education 2003 - 2008: Hidayatullah National Law University, B.A.L.L.B(Hons), Corporate Finance + International Trade 2009 - 2009: The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, Executive Program, Corporate Laws
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