India

TT&A welcomes three elected partners

TT&A has elected Dinoo Muthappa, Harshit Chandra and Pratika Shankar as partners, with effect from April 1, 2023. With this election, and following the movement of the new team in Delhi led by Gautam Saha, the partnership of TT&A grows to twenty five.

TT&A’s already strong presence in Corporate M&A, Banking and Finance, Capital Markets, Regulatory and Competition will be bolstered by these elections. Dinoo, Harshit and Shankar have been key members of their respective teams, and are an important part of the firm’s growth. These elections demonstrate the firm’s commitment to ensuring that its clients will continue to receive the best possible advice.

“This past year has been both exciting and successful for the Firm. With this election, we re-affirm our commitment to excellence and client service. This election provides us an opportunity to celebrate the diversity and depth of talent we have at the firm, and we all look forward to working with our new partners as they continue to develop and grow their respective practices and the wider Firm,” said Managing Partners Kunal Thakore and Gautam Saha.

Along with the partner promotions, the firm promoted five managing associates and 12 senior associates, also effective April 1, 2023.

Tags: Banking, Capital Markets, TT&A
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