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Khaitan confirms Cyril Amarchand hire Manisha Shroff to bolster banking practice

Khaitan & Co has confirmed the joining of Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas principal associate Manisha Shroff in its Mumbai banking and finance practice where she would play a “key role” as an associate partner, according to the firm’s press release.

Legally India had reported the news last month but the firm and Manisha Shroff declined to comment, though Cyril Amarchand managing partner Cyril Shroff confirmed her departure and wished her well.

Rabindra Jhunjhunwala now said in a press release: “Manisha is a highly regarded Banking and Finance lawyer whose arrival will help further strengthen our Banking & Finance practice. The work Manisha undertakes for the firm will not only help maintain the firm’s momentum, but build on its rapidly increasing reputation.”

According to firm’s announcement:

Over the years, Manisha has advised wide spectrum of institutions, including commercial banks, investment banks, NBFCs, export credit agencies, multilateral institutions and Indian corporates on a wide variety of offerings, including external commercial borrowings, offshore financings, bilateral and syndicated financings, acquisition finance, trade finance, structured finance, banking regulation, loan and product documentation, debt recovery, consumer banking, bankruptcy, factoring, payment solutions, securitisation, mergers and acquisitions in the financial services sector and regulatory advice. She has also been involved on various international bond issuances (under Reg S and Rule 144A, high yield and guaranteed, standalone and programmes, Basel III compliant regulatory capital issuances) by corporates and banks and domestic bond issuances (both public issues and private placements, commercial papers and structured products).

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