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Double-NLS cap markets catch: Gokul Rajan & Nikhil Naredi to help (Cyril) Amarchand Delhi push

Nikhil Naredi
Nikhil Naredi

Gokul Rajan, currently consultant at Citibank in Mumbai, and Nikhil Naredi, Singapore-based associate at Jones Day, are both set to be joining the new firm that will be started by Amarchand Mumbai managing partner Cyril Shroff, as partners to beef up the capital markets practice.

Rajan will be joining in Delhi, while Naredi will join in Mumbai, and both will work together on a Delhi capital markets push, according to sources close to the firm.

Both graduated from NLSIU Bangalore – Rajan in 2003 and Naredi in 2004 – and both hold US LLMs – Rajan from Northwestern University School of Law in 2007, and Naredi from Columbia Law School from 2012.

Rajan began his career at BMR & Associates, joined S&R Associates in 2007 and became a managing associate at Linklaters in Singapore between 2011 and 2014, before joining Citibank in Mumbai.

Naredi began his career at Amarchand, joining Jones Day in 2009 as an associate in Singapore.

Both did not respond to messages seeking comment. Cyril Shroff did not respond to a message seeking comment.

Team (Cyril) Amarchand Mangaldas (Delhi) Team (Shardul) Amarchand Manganldas (Mumbai)
Kochhar & Co partner Harry Chawla
Gnarus Partners founder Rishi Anand
Khaitan associate partner Harsh Kumar

Raghuram Raju (ex-Dua Associates partner, ex-GC of Religare)
Luthra & Luthra partner Piyush Mishra
Khaitan & Co Delhi partner Gauri Rasgotra; and
Economic Laws Practice (ELP) partner Kirat Singh Nagra
Khaitan associate partner Abhishek Sinha
Dudhat Pereira & Associates founder and former Udwadia Udeshi partner Radhika Pereira.
Khaitan associate partner Iqbal Khan
Khaitan & Co associate partner Deepto Roy
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