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Cravath, Swaine & Moore and Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas are advising India’s Tata Technologies on its planned 30.4-billion-rupee ($366 million) initial public offering, with Latham & Watkins and S&R Associates acting for the bookrunning lead managers JM Financial and Citigroup Global Markets India.

Quillon Partners is counseling selling shareholders, including Alpha TC Holdings and Tata Capital Growth Fund I.

Tata Technologies provides engineering and technology services to auto, aero and heavy machinery makers. This will be the Tata Group's first IPO in nearly two decades, with Tata Consultancy Services having gone public in 2004, Reuters reported.

 

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