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Ex-AZB’s Ami Parikh joins credit checkers Experian India as head legal

Ami Parikh moves in-house from AZB to Experian
Ami Parikh moves in-house from AZB to Experian

The former AZB & Partners transaction support group (TSG) head and partner Ami Parikh has joined global credit check and financial analytics agency Experian India on 11 February as its head of legal and compliance, according to her Linked-in profile.

Parikh had left AZB in December 2019.

Experian India’s legal team is four members strong, including Parikh and one professional in the compliance function.

She is reporting directly into the Asia Pacific legal function in her role heading up the team, as well as liaising with domestic management.

The 2000 GLC Mumbai graduate had joined AZB in 2017 from Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas.

Ami Parikh Work history From: Feb 2020 : Head, Legal & Compliance , Experian India ( Mumbai ) Dec 2019 - Feb 2020 : Lawyer , Corporate Lawyer ( Mumbai ) Jun 2017 - Dec 2019 : Partner , AZB & Partners ( Mumbai ) Oct 2006 - Apr 2017 : Head - TSG , Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas ( Mumbai Area ) 2004 - 2006 : Senior Associate , Malvi Ranchoddas & Co Dec 2001 - May 2003 : Associate , DSK Legal May 2000 - Nov 2001 : Associate , Hariani and Company Education 1992 - 1997 : Mithibai College , Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) , 1997 - 2000 : Government Law College , Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)
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