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CAM promotes 23 to partner • 56% women • Focus Mumbai, Bgl only 2 in Delhi • Corp sees 10

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas has promoted 23 of its fee-earners to partner, reported Bar & Bench.

Of the 23 new partners (pictured below), 15 are based in Mumbai, 6 in Bangalore but only 2 in Delhi.

Also, 13 of the new batch of 23 partners (or 56%) are women.

With 10 new partners, the corporate department saw the most action, with projects-related teams and disputes/arbitration getting 3 new partners each and capital markets seeing 2 new partners.

The new partners are:

  • Ankita Ray, Employment, Mumbai
  • Anshu Choudhary, Corporate, Mumbai
  • Esha Harkisandas, Investment Funds, Mumbai
  • Kunal Savani, Tax and Private Client, Mumbai
  • Pranay Bagdi, Corporate, Mumbai
  • Pranjita Barman, Corporate, Mumbai
  • Saurav Samaddar, Corporate, Bengaluru
  • Shaishavi Kakadia, Private Client and Corporate,Mumbai
  • Sharada Ramachandra, Corporate, Bengaluru
  • Suvojit Halder, Corporate and Technology, Bengaluru
  • Tanmay Patnaik, Private Client and Corporate, Mumbai
  • Trayosha Darapuneni, Corporate, Bengaluru
  • Vinamrata Shrivastava, Corporate, Bengaluru
  • Shalaka Patil, International Arbitration, Mumbai
  • Vikash Kumar Jha, Disputes, New Delhi
  • Vineet Unnikrishnan, Disputes, Mumbai
  • Sumit Attri, Partner AOR, New Delhi
  • Anindita Bhowmik, Financial Institutions Group, Mumbai
  • Meeta Kurpad, Project Finance and Banking, Mumbai
  • Yash Jain, Projects and Project Finance, Mumbai
  • Gazal Rawal, Financial Services Regulatory Practice, Mumbai
  • Janhavi Seksaria, Capital Markets, Mumbai
  • Vinay Sirohia, Capital Markets, Bengaluru.

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas now has 153 partners.

New partners
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