IFLR India M&A Forum 2016



14 September 2016, Four Seasons Mumbai

Overview


As the world’s fastest growing economy, sentiment in India M&A deal making has been increasingly positive. As the government continues to implement attractive changes to facilitate the business environment, foreign investors have been keen to seek long-term growth in the region, and discussions of long-awaited regulatory developments are beginning to gain traction.

The IFLR India M&A Forum returned for a second year to discuss key trends in the market, and to provide attendees the key know-how on developments and trends in transactions, regulatory and market practices.

Attracting over 300 delegates this year, the IFLR India M&A Forum 2016 brought together leading industry experts, practitioners from local law firms and top counsel to debate top trends and the future of M&A in the region.

For M&A practitioners in the region, this was the must-attend event of 2016.

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Who delegates met:

  • Head of M&A
  • Head of legal
  • General counsel
  • Corporate counsel
  • Bankers' counsel
  • Company secretaries
  • Institutional investors
  • Private practice lawyers
  • Regulators
  • M&A consultants
  • Investment bankers

Benefits of attending:

  • Discover what to be aware of when structuring M&A deals in the region
  • Gain an overview of the regulatory environment in India
  • Understand the latest trends in technology, joint ventures and private equity in India, including the start-up industry and growth of e-commerce
  • Learn valuable insights on how to address tax and corruption issues
  • Recognise how to make the most out of liberalised rules in foreign investment




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