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According to clients, Jayesh is known for acting in the best interest of clients and working to reduce avoidable legal fees through innovation and forward-looking thinking. Jayesh holds a law degree from Government Law College in Mumbai. He is registered as a barrister with the Bar Council of Maharashtra & Goa and is also an advocate with the Bombay Incorporated Law Society. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and holds a degree in Corporate Finance. Jayesh is a well-known name in the Indian legal industry and is sought after for his extensive transaction and enforcement experience in mergers and acquisitions, private equity, leveraged buyouts and restructurings. He is an emerging thought leader in the field of arbitration. NCLT cannot interfere with the COC`s decision to replace IRP unless it is illegal – NCLAT, Chennai Read more. Smrithi also regularly advises the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. (ISDA) and its clients on foreign banks, financial institutions, corporations, insurance companies, etc. on derivatives transactions in documentation and advice. She has advised client banks in the various segments of the Clearing Corporation of India Limited.
She also acted as legal counsel to the Fixed Income Money Market and Derivatives Association of India (“FIMMDA”). Smrithi has also done a lot of work in the area of payment and settlement systems, where his role included helping brokerage and clearing firms establish a new segment or change their laws in response to changing global practices. Smrithi has also advised clients in relation to the various segments and platforms of exchanges and clearing houses in India regulated by RBI and SEBI, including reviewing the laws of these companies and analyzing their impact on transactions entered into and/or transacted, rights and obligations arising from membership, Ancillary Obligations, standard scenarios, etc. Courts may decide issues of jurisdiction and non-arbitrability while deciding a claim under section 11 of the Arbitration Act Read more. Ankit`s expertise lies in handling a variety of banking matters with clients praising him for his “business acumen in supporting the execution and structuring of transactions.” He is recognized as one of Asia`s future leaders for his banking expertise and as one of India`s top 100 lawyers. With experience representing banks, non-bank financial companies, other financial institutions, sponsors and corporations, Ankit has worked with key stakeholders and market makers in some major transactions in various sectors such as aviation, banking and financial services, privacy, infrastructure, energy, manufacturing, mining, metals, natural resources, payment systems, energy, ports, railways and highways. Juris Corp (“the Firm”) is a law firm that aims to provide impartial and unparalleled legal services in our areas of business. The firm believes in being the “law firm of choice” for our clients by providing them with consistent value. The firm has a dynamic team with strong expertise in our fields of activity, solution-oriented with a focus on quality in order to best serve our clients. For a company of our size, we are honored by the fact that year after year, some of the best names in the world have chosen us to negotiate their largest and most complex transactions.
Provide impartial and unparalleled legal services in our areas of activity Ankit`s regulatory portfolio includes representing domestic and foreign banking companies and other financial intermediaries on a wide range of financial services matters. He pioneered the development, implementation and launch of a wide range of banking and financial products and services tailored to clients` business needs. In particular, he has helped companies establish a legal presence to operate in India, including setting up non-bank financial companies, peer-to-peer lending platforms, etc. Ankit has also advised some foreign banks on their exit strategies from India and the conversion of their licensed branches into wholly-owned subsidiaries. Written jurisdiction cannot be invoked to challenge notification under Section 13(2) of the SARFAESI Act 2002 – Gujarat High Court Read more. Ankit`s loan and financing portfolio includes foreign currency loans, rupee financings and related guarantee/credit enhancement structures. Ankit has led transactions in the areas of mortgage and asset-based lending, equipment leasing, mezzanine finance, corporate and structured finance, acquisition and leverage, project finance, and trade and commodity finance mandates. He was commended for his expertise in providing commercially viable solutions to financing issues in structuring and strategic development of deals from an Indian legal, regulatory and compliance perspective. As part of Juris Corp`s securitization and trade finance practice, Ankit frequently advises banks and financial institutions on multi-faceted securitization and direct sale transactions (standard and non-performing assets). He has led complex debt financing structures and has been widely recognized for his “very good understanding of legal and regulatory frameworks and in-depth knowledge of industry practices.” .