India’s Argus Partners has hired Prashanth Sabeshan as a partner in the firm’s corporate and infrastructure practice in Bengaluru from AZB & Partners.

Sabeshan has more than two decades of experience focusing on general corporate, infrastructure, electricity, renewables and clean energy.

With the addition of Sabeshan, Argus Partners currently has 19 partners nationally. He is the firm’s first senior lateral hire since partner Rachika Sahay joined the Delhi office in September.


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