Prasenjit Chakravarti

Prasenjit Chakravarti

Prasenjit Chakravarti is a Partner in the M&A, Corporate group in the NCR office of Khaitan & Co, a full-service law firm with over 1200+ lawyers having presence in Mumbai, NCR, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Chennai and Singapore. Mr Chakravarti has over 20 years of rich and diverse experience, and routinely advises domestic and international corporate clients on a range of issues concerning foreign investment (both inbound and outbound), joint ventures, strategic alliances, acquisitions and other business transactions including financial and technical collaborations, commercial, corporate and securities law. Mr Chakravarti brings with him a wealth of experience in M&A, Joint Ventures, Investments and Corporate Advice and is known for his pragmatic and solution- oriented approach which assist clients to navigate intricate M&A transactions and strategic matters and get them over the finishing line.Amongst various recognitions, Prasenjit has featured as India Super 50 Lawyers 2023 (ALB), conferred as Leading Lawyer Champion (Corporate & M&A) 2023 (Legal Era) and M&A Law Expert of the Year in India for 2023 by Leaders in Law.

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