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AZB Mumbai promotes two more partners: Hufriz Wadia, Suharsh Sinha

Hufriz Wadia (left), Suharsh Sinha become AZB partnersHufriz Wadia (left), Suharsh Sinha become AZB partners

dc:AZB & Partners has promoted banking counsel Hufriz Wadia and insolvency consultant Suharsh Sinha as partners in its Mumbai office.

Wadia had joined AZB around a year ago as a counsel from Kochhar & Co in Chennai.

The 2002 KC Law College graduate had worked in Dubai as a banking lawyer at law firm Al Tamimi & Co for five years, before returning to India, joining Juris Corp in Chennai. In January 2014, she had joined Kochhar in Chennai.

Sinha has been with AZB as a consultant since September 2016, having joined from the Reserve Bank of India and the Bankruptcy Law Reform Committee (BLRC), for both of which he’d been working as a consultant for a year.

The NLSIU Bangalore graduate, who also holds a masters in in law and finance from Oxford University (2014-15), an Wharton Business and Law LLM from the University of Pennsylvania (2011-12), and has completed an Indian School of bridge programme in business (2008).

Between 2008 and 2009, he had worked at McKinsey & Co as a business analyst, followed by more than five years at Linklaters in London until 2014.

Their promotions take effect from 1 October.

In April, AZB’s Delhi partnership promoted five to partner, while in March 2018, AZB Mumbai promoted a total of four.

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Like +1 Object -0 Suzie fan 29 Sep 18, 19:42
Super congratulations! Very well deserved :)
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Like +1 Object -1 Anonymous12345 29 Sep 18, 19:48
Great news! One of the best (and definitely the most kind hearted) lawyers at AZB
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Like +0 Object -1 Guest 29 Sep 18, 20:23
Well deserved partnership!
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Like +2 Object -0 Great 30 Sep 18, 02:08
Well deserved!
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Like +17 Object -0 Another song lover 30 Sep 18, 20:06  interesting  top rated
Bhai, what is this:
'Indian School of bridge programme in business (2008).'
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Like +0 Object -0 Not_azb 01 Oct 18, 22:21
A chill scene.
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