Four Bengaluru-based partners and one New Delhi-based partner were added to IndusLaw’s equity partnership, bringing the total to 17 equity partners at the firm.
The new equity partners are Anindya Ghosh, Pallavi Kanakagiri and Winnie Shekhar, who are part of the firm’s transaction team, TMT specialist Namita Viswanath, and Vishal Yaduvanshi from the firm’s capital markets team.
Ghosh specialises in advising on private equity and venture capital investments, mergers and acquisitions, and joint ventures. He has led and advised on several prominent and high-value equity financing and acquisition transactions on both the buy and sell sides.
Kanakagiri focuses on private equity, venture capital investments, M&A (foreign and domestic), while Shekhar has experience in domestic and cross-border transactions involving fund investments, private equity, venture capital funding, M&A, structuring, collaborations and exits.
Apart from TMT, Viswanath’s key practice areas are corporate and commercial, and government and regulatory. She has advised several domestic and international clients on startups to mature private and public companies, and investors in various technology-driven and technology-consuming industries.
Yaduvanshi has more than a decade of experience representing underwriters and issuers, and has led domestic and international offerings of equity and equity-linked securities (including IPOs, qualified institutional placements, rights issues, buybacks and block deals) in a wide variety of industries.
Meanwhile, IndusLaw has also made three lateral hires to its partnership. The most recent hire, Faraz Khan, was formerly a partner at Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co. He joins the firm’s Mumbai office. Apurbalal Mallik, formerly an associate partner at Link Legal India Law Services, joins the Hyderabad office. Both work in private equity investments and M&A transactions. Real estate specialist Avikshit Moral, formerly a partner at Juris Corp, joins IndusLaw’s Mumbai office.