Swagata Bhattacharya

TT&A has added Swagata Bhattacharya as Head – Knowledge Management (KM) effective January 22, 2024

With an impressive background of over 18 years in the legal industry, Swagata brings a wealth of experience to the firm’s team. Her role will involve spearheading and supporting generation of legal content for the firm’s clients and lawyers, and developing systems and channels for collation and dissemination of knowhow.

Prior to joining TT&A, she worked with Credit Suisse as Head of Legal, India, and before that, with Deutsche Bank Mumbai as Vice-President, Senior Counsel, Mumbai supporting the Global Markets team. She also worked with Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co and Allen & Overy Shook Lin & Bok in their finance practice areas.

Swagata completed her Master of Laws (Corporate and Financial Services) from the National University of Singapore, 2007. She is an alumnus of National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata (NUJS), India.

“I have always had great regard and respect for TT&A through years of interaction with them in my various roles, and I now look forward to working with the wonderful team on our shared vision of harnessing the collective wisdom of the Firm to create a seamless knowledge ecosystem propelling the Firm to new heights of efficiency, excellence and client service,” said Swagata Bhattacharya.

TT&A Joint Managing Partners Kunal Thakore and Gautam Saha stated, “We are really excited to welcome Swagata, and we believe that her knowledge and background will significantly enhance both our internal training and knowledge development programs our client servicing capabilities, and we look forward to achieving new milestones with her on board.

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