Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co. has hired corporate experts Danish Kazi (L) and Manan Mehta as partners in Mumbai from Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas.

With more than 15 years of experience, Kazi specialises in private equity, M&A and corporate restructuring. He advises sovereign wealth funds, pension funds and private equity funds on their investments and divestments in India, and Indian conglomerates on restructuring, cross-border transactions and joint ventures.

Kazi joined CAM as a partner in 2018 from Khaitan & Co, where he was a principal associate. . Prior to that, he worked at AZB & Partners and Crawford Bayley & Co.

Meanwhile, Mehta has experience of nearly two decades in M&A, securities law, corporate restructuring, corporate & commercial law, insolvency and bankruptcy, capital markets and litigation and arbitration. He advises multinational companies on foreign investments, involving both listed as well as unlisted entities, across sectors in India.

Mehta joined CAM as a partner in 2017 from AZB & Partners, and was at Crawford Bayley before that.

With these arrivals, the number of SAM partners in Mumbai is now 41.


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