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The Law and Practice of M&A Transactions in India

LexisNexis and Rainmaker present a power-packed 2-day workshop on M&A transactions from an Indian Law perspective.

Date: 27th - 28th July, 2013
Venue: The Maple Room at India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003

Think of this as the ultimate crash course in the fundamentals of M&A laws in India. You get an overview of the entire life-cycle of M & A transactions, from the various regulatory requirements to the documentation at each step to closing the deal.

A snapshot of what you can expect to learn:

  • The legal framework which governs M&A transactions under Indian law, including the updated Takeover Code and Insider Trading Regulations;
  • The steps involved in a typical M&A transaction, how they are conducted and the parties involved;
  • The documentation involved in M&A transactions, highlighting important agreements and key clauses

What do you get?

  • Gain industry-recognized certification from LexisNexis and Rainmaker;
  • Network with professionals in corporate sector including Lawyers; Consultants; Analysts et al;
  • Interact and learn from industry experts with several years of experience in the field;
  • Get free access to the online learning programme on Mergers and Acquisitions Law, worth Rs. 5000, for one month; and
  • Get a free 2-week trial ID for Lexis India, a unique and innovative legal research solution giving you access to important commentaries and case laws all in one place.

Registration Fees:
Rs. 7,500/- Early bird discount available! Register now and pay only Rs. 6,000/-

Registration Form:

Phone: +91 9313322232

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