Amrita Mehdiratta being doubly qualified (as a Company Secretary and a lawyer) has more than 4 years of extensive experience in handling issues relating to foreign investments, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity and other allied corporate and commercial laws matters.
She has advised various investors, purchasers, sellers and borrowers on domestic and cross-border transactions across sectors, including but not limited to information technology, consumer goods and media. She has advised clients on joint ventures, capitalization structures, growth options, technology collaborations, company restructurings, setting up of branch office or liaison office in India or a subsidiary company in India and private equity transactions, along with negotiating a range of shareholder, business transfer, joint venture, non-disclosure, non-compete and employment agreements, among others. She handles corporate restructuring which would include mergers, demergers, hiving off, slump sale, reverse mergers and reverse demergers and corporate advisory. She has conducted corporate and legal due diligence, advised on regulatory as well as procedural compliance requirements under Foreign Direct Investment laws.
Amrita’s expertise extends to the entire company secretarial matters as well. She regularly advises foreign and Indian corporates, entrepreneurs, funds, start-ups, social business enterprises and other organizations on a wide range of legal, regulatory, compliance and governance-related issues and also assists them in their day to day compliances as required by the regulatory authorities from time to time.
Amrita has liaisons with various regulatory authorities like Registrar of Companies, Regional Director (MCA) and other governmental bodies.
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