Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas has added Richa Roy as a partner in its IBC and policy practice. She will be based out of Mumbai. She comes with an experience of over 12 years in banking and finance, debt restructuring and bankruptcy, public policy, microfinance and social enterprises, private equity and funds. Roy has served on and contributed to multiple financial sector reform committees of the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Corporate Affairs and the RBI. Under the aegis of the Bankruptcy Law Reform Committee, she was instrumental in drafting the corporate insolvency provisions of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 and the CIRP Regulations. She is a 2005 NLSIU Bangalore graduate and a 2017 Oxford (MPP) graduate. Roy has worked with ICICI Bank, where she was group head of the international banking legal team. She later moved to AZB & Partners, where she worked for over eight years before attending University of Oxford to get her Master’s degree in Public Policy, following which she worked on a range of public policy projects in trade policy and banking regulation. As an expert, her views are often quoted in the media and she has also authored various articles, which have been published in legal journals and publications.
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