Mr. Pranav Mago will be joining Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas as a Director – International Arbitration. He will be initially based in Delhi, and will relocate to Singapore in early 2023.

A graduate of Amity Law School (IP University) in 2010, Mago has previously worked as Head (South Asia) for Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC). Prior to SIAC, he was with the International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution team of UK Magic Circle firm Clifford Chance in Singapore, where he worked on several SIAC, ICC, LCIA and ICSID arbitrations and also advised clients on mediation matters.

He has been appointed secretary to the tribunal for SIAC arbitrations. In addition to arbitration matters, he has been part of a team to undertake global investigations of regulatory breaches and has worked on insolvency and restructuring matters.

“I am very excited to be joining CAM and becoming a part of a highly experienced arbitration team, as well as lend a hand in building the Singapore disputes profile for the firm. I am grateful to Mr. Cyril Shroff for entrusting me with this very exciting responsibility. I look forward to using my experience in the field of arbitration, as well as the valuable insight I gained in the field of litigation finance, to contribute to the continuous growth of the international arbitration practice of the firm,” Mago said.

“Pranav joining us shows our commitment to the growth of our International Arbitration practice. His vast experience will also strengthen our Singapore presence and our capabilities to advice clients on cross border disputes. I welcome him on board and look forward to working with him,” said Cyril Shroff, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas Managing Partner.

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