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December 21, 2018

Trilegal’s Counsel Arpan Chowdhury joins SSG Advisors LLP as Vice President Legal


Arpan Chowdhury, Counsel at Trilegal, recently joined SSG Advisors LLP as its Vice President Legal. He focuses on special situations and distressed asset-related work and will work with Director and Senior Legal Counsel Praveen Thomas.

Arpan was a Counsel in the Mumbai office of Trilegal and was part of the corporate practice. He specializes in advising on domestic as well as cross-border investments through equity and structured debt.

Arpan has specialist experience in advising corporates, private equity investors, and financial institutions on inbound and outbound acquisitions, corporate restructurings, and business transfers. Recently, he was also involved in advising acquirers, lenders, and resolution professionals in multiple situations under India’s new insolvency regime.

Arpan has also extensively advised banks, financial institutions, foreign portfolio investors and sponsors on structured and mezzanine financings in India as well as on offshore transactions involving Indian parties. He has also advised on a number of acquisition financing and margin financing transactions.

Arpan’s roles on transactions usually involve conducting due diligences, drafting and negotiating transaction documents, liaising with regulatory authorities, and advising clients on Indian law issues.

He is an alumnus of the National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata, and a Member of the Bar Council of West Bengal, India.

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