In-House (India)

August 03, 2017

Former Juris Corp Partner Veena Sivaramakrishnan Joins Shardul Amarchand

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Former Juris Corp Partner, Veena Sivaramakrishnan is joining Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas as a Partner in Mumbai, focusing on the firm’s Banking, Restructuring and IBC practice.

In this regard, Shardul S Shroff, Executive Chairman, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas said that “Veena, joins us a partner who will strengthen and help expand our expertise and reach in the Banking, Restructuring and IBC practices. She is a great value add to our team as she brings her considerable experience of over 13 years in a Tier 1 banking firm and ICICI Bank, both in India and abroad. We are delighted to have her join us.”

Akshay Chudasama, Managing Partner, said that “We are delighted to welcome Veena as a Partner in the Firm. She will be a vital contribution to the team and will help us further strengthen our relationship with our clients in the western region. She is a well-respected banking lawyer and has significant expertise on complex matters.”

Veena Sivaramakrishnan, said that “I am very excited to join Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co in the Banking, Restructuring and IBC team. It is the logical next step in my professional journey. I look forward to growing the practice to newer heights in the years to come. I am excited to exploit the opportunities that would present themselves going forward and contribute to the growth of the Firm.”

In 2009, Veena had rejoined Juris Corp from ICICI Bank, where she spent about three and a half years.

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