Italian tax and law firm CBA Studio Legale E Tributario and India-based Singhania & Co have entered into a joint venture aimed at encouraging cross-border M&A transactions, JVs and partnerships among enterprises in both countries.

CBA’s practice areas include antitrust, banking & finance, e-commerce, food and beverage, labour, automotive, gambling, restructuring to name a few. The firm has 120 professionals working out of four offices in Italy in Milan, Rome, Padua, Venice and one international office in Munich, Germany.

“The intention of the collaboration is to enhance our current services and be more effective in catering to our clients by providing a global reach. We aim at providing seamless cross-border legal services either through our own network of offices or through our close relationships like-minded firms in the world’s leading legal markets,” said Pradeep Jain, managing partner of Singhania’s Mumbai and Indore offices, in a statement. 


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