Shruti Singh is a Partner in the Corporate and Commercial Practice Group in New Delhi office. Shruti specialises in insolvency and corporate restructuring, debt capital market, debt and M&A transactions and has extensive experience in handling issues relating to insolvency law, foreign exchange laws, company law and other allied corporate and commercial laws.
Shruti has been involved in advising foreign and Indian corporates, entrepreneurs, private equity funds and other organisations on a range of legal and regulatory issues.
During her tenure in Khaitan & Co, Shruti has also participated in the International Visiting Attorney Program at the New York office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP where she has worked in Skadden’s M&A practice.
- Bar Council of Maharashtra & Goa
Shruti Singh has represented and advised the following clients
Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited
Advised on acquisition of Murli Industries Limited. This is the first acquisition of a listed company under India’s new Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code2016.
HCL Technologies Limited
Advised in connection with various transactions.
Advised on its joint acquisition, together with Advent International, of controlling stake in the consumer products business of Crompton Greaves Limited.
Bandhan Bank Limited
Advised on investments from, inter alia, International Finance Corporation (IFC) and Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC) owned fund.
Avantha Holdings Limited
Advised on multiple issuance of NCDs for an aggregate amount of USD 220 million to, inter alia, investors belonging to the AION and KKR groups.
Advised on its investment in Nspira Management Services Private Limited.
Jindal Steel & Power Limited
Advised on multiple issuances of listed NCDs for an aggregate amount of USD 350 million.
Advised on acquisition of Preferred Brands International including its Indian listed subsidiary Tasty Bite Eatables Limited.
Advised one of India’s largest cement manufacturers, on NCD issuance for raising acquisition finance and in connection with its bid of around € 600 million for the European assets of Holcim Lafarge group.
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Partner, New Delhi
Mergers and Acquisitions, Private Equity, Restructuring & Insolvency