Their lawyers are good at providing astute, well-balanced advice across a range of sectors.
Penningtons Manches’ dedicated India group is recognised as an adviser of choice in the EMEA – India corridor. Our team's broad experience in India and in-depth understanding of the global transactional environment makes the India group an effective alternative to larger City law firms.
Understanding our clients’ cultures, needs and aims enables us to develop bespoke solutions to meet their business objectives and build lasting relationships. We have a project management approach led by a partner to assist both Indian corporates operating or looking to invest outside India and global corporates wishing to do business in India.
The India group can offer Indian nationals setting up in the UK a fully integrated service that includes immigration, employment, international private wealth and capital, international family law, international tax structuring, corporate, commercial and dispute resolution. This service is increasingly valued by corporates and HNW individuals alike.
We have built close relationships with a network of Indian law and accountancy firms and play a key role in the Multilaw India practice group giving us global coverage in more than 150 commercial centres around the world. This trusted presence on the ground ensures that we are best placed to prepare and assist our clients on an international basis.
We are actively involved in UK-India business events hosted by the UKTI, London & Partners and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and make frequent visits to India to advise Indian companies on UK market entry strategies and international trade opportunities.
Completing a complex $90 million cross-border acquisition for the international trading arm of the Tata conglomerate.
Acting for Bharti Group on its $165 million acquisition of Qualcomm’s broadband and wireless business in India.
Advising a Dutch company selling cargo and passenger products on behalf of more than 90 airlines worldwide with an Indian counterpart.