India’s Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas has strengthened its insolvency and bankruptcy practice after hiring Richa Roy as a partner in Mumbai. 

Roy, who was most recently a graduate research fellow at the University of Oxford’s Global Economic Governance Programme, has more than 12 years of experience in the legal industry, including with ICICI Bank, where she was group head of the international banking legal team, and AZB & Partners .

With a focus on banking and finance, debt restructuring and bankruptcy, public policy, microfinance and social enterprises, private equity and funds, Roy has contributed to multiple financial sector reform committees, including those under the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Corporate Affairs and the Reserve Bank of India. Roy was a coordinator on the Ministry of Corporate Affairs-constituted Committee on implementing India’s Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.

 

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