Two Jones Day matters included in India Business Law Journal's list of landmark deals and disputes of 2017
Two deals on which Jones Day played a prominent role have been included in India Business Law Journal's list of landmark deals and disputes of 2017. India Business Law Journal compiled a list of 50 landmark deals done between November 2016 and November 2017 by analyzing transactional data, reviewing submissions received from Indian and international law firms, and interviewing India-focused legal and corporate professionals.
Jones Day was featured in the list for its work, led from the Singapore Office, for the brokers to the $185 million divestment by the Indian government of a 9.2% stake in National Aluminum Company (NALCO), and its representation, led from Amsterdam, of microfinance institution CreditAccess Asia in a complex fundraising.
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