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A&O partner joins Trilegal to kick off capital markets practice

Trilegal has hired a capital markets partner from its best friend Allen & Overy (A&O), to join the firm's Mumbai office and strengthen the referral relationship.

Srinivas Parthasarathy (pictured) has resigned from A&O's partnership in Singapore and will head up Trilegal's capital markets practice in India as a lockstep equity partner.

In a joint press release from the firms, A&O's India group chairman Jonathan Brayne said: "This is a very positive move for the A&O/Trilegal relationship…

"Partha has been a key member of our India Group and his move will substantially enhance the collaboration between Allen & Overy and Trilegal."

Srinivas had joined A&O Singapore in early 2007 from J Sagar Associates. He is qualified in England & Wales and India, having graduated from National Law School of India University (NLSIU) Bangalore in 1995.

In the press statement Srinivas said: "Our vision is to build up a top tier domestic capital markets practice - which will complement A&O's formidable international capital markets practice - over the next two to three years."

Trilegal and A&O have had a "non-exclusive referral arrangement" since January 2008.

Trilegal and A&O were not immediately reachable for comment at the time of going to press.

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