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The admiralty, maritime and dispute resolution specialist expands into banking, capital markets and corporate matters with the recruitment of Niloufer Lam from Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas.
Banking and finance
Advising, as Indian counsel, a large group of banks on Indiabulls Housing Finance’s $240 million external commercial borrowing (ECB). An innovative aspect was that it was one of the first ECBs by a housing finance company under the Reserve Bank of India’s ECB framework established in April 2018.
ANZ, Barclays, MUFG Bank, State Bank of India, Sumitomo Mitsui Trust,
“The firm is good value for money. The service from ZBA is of an international standard, thoughtful, effective, meticulous and efficient. They are responsive and always available and most importantly have a great depth of legal knowledge. The views are balanced – not too aggressive nor conservative.” – Banking and finance, Capital markets, Corporate and M&A, Regulatory
“They produce high quality work and are able to cut through the detail to provide good judgment on tricky issues. They are able to deal with complex and simple financings and adds value to transactions not just from a legal but also structural perspective.” – Banking and finance, Capital markets, Corporate and M&A, Regulatory
“Overall, we were very happy with ZBA's work on the transaction. I was very impressed with Niloufer Lam’s deep understanding of the law and regulations and commercial sense of enforcement of security in the Indian markets. We were very happy with the executed versions of the documents that adequately mitigated, to the extent possible, risks identified in the diligence process.” – Banking and finance, Capital markets
“Quick, efficient and results driven. Vast experience in the area of shipping and commodities.” – Dispute resolution, Restructuring and insolvency