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IDFC funds director, ex-Luthra partner Rajesh Chavda to return to UK

IDFC legal director Rajesh Chavda returns to UKIDFC legal director Rajesh Chavda returns to UK

IDFC Alternatives director legal and compliance Rajesh Chavda is set to leave the investment fund by 28 February.

It is understood that Chavda is planning to return to the UK for family reasons.

Chavda had joined IDFC Alternatives in December 2016 from Luthra & Luthra, where he was a partner.

Vinod Joseph remains as IDFC Alternatives general counsel (GC), after having joined in October 2016.

Chavda is a 2000 NLSIU Bangalore graduate with a Columbia Law School LLM, who had worked at Reliance Industries’ in-house team before joining Herbert Smith in London in 2007.

In 2015 he returned to India to join Luthra & Luthra as a partner.

Chavda was not available for comment.

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