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Trilegal counsel Arun Joshi joins Morgan Stanley as VP legal

Trilegal counsel Arun Joshi joins Morgan Stanley
Trilegal counsel Arun Joshi joins Morgan Stanley

Trilegal Mumbai-based counsel Arun Joshi has joined Morgan Stanley’s India legal team as vice president legal.

The banking, finance and project finance lawyer was made counsel at Trilegal in 2019.

Joshi, a Symbiosis Law School grad, had from 2011 worked at Deutsche Bank, joined Wadia Ghandy in 2012, L&T Infrastructure Finance in 2014, and Trilegal in 2016.

The Morgan Stanley India legal team is headed by former Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas partner Ipsita Dutta, who had joined in 2016.

We have reached out to Joshi for comment.

Trilegal Mumbai partner Karan Singh commented that he wished him well.

Joshi is the fourth Trilegal counsel we have reported to have moved in the past weeks, with Shamin Shah joining Trilegal client Naspers, Tanya Mehta moving to Brookfield Asset Management, and Padmaja Kaul joining IndusLaw as a partner.

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