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ALMT Legal adds New Delhi office

  • Press Releases 27 septembre 2010 27 septembre 2010

Clyde & Co's associated firm in India, ALMT Legal, has announced the opening of an office in New Delhi, spearheaded with the hire of Vineet Aneja and a team comprising Surbhi Gupta, Mohit Sharma and Vikram Bhargava from Luthra & Luthra. This addition brings Clyde & Co's office network numbers to 24, including associated offices.

Vineet Aneja has extensive experience working with both Indian and foreign companies, as well as with government authorities. In 2010 he was awarded the ILO International Client Choice Award for India in recognition of his corporate advisory expertise and approach.

Vineet’s corporate practice includes advising on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity and investment funds on a full range of corporate transactions including cross-border transactions. He also regularly advises clients on general corporate matters and in the areas of capital markets, power, project finance and real estate. Before joining ALMT, Vineet worked with leading law firms in India including Luthra & Luthra and Fox Mandal Little.

Managed by Vineet, ALMT's New Delhi office will provide a full service offering to clients, drawing on the wider specialist resources of ALMT as required.

New Delhi is ALMT's fourth office, in addition to those in Mumbai, Bangalore, and London, and in addition to its association with international law firm Clyde & Co as previously announced. Clyde & Co's international office network, including associated offices, now totals 24 offices across 16 countries.

ALMT partner Seebe Raj Arun said: "New Delhi is one of the largest and fastest growing commercial centres in India and the world. The opening of our New Delhi office marks an exciting new phase for ALMT and it will significantly enhance our offering to Indian and international clients. Vineet brings with him over 14 years of top flight Indian corporate experience and he will drive forward our New Delhi business."