JSA has a widely recognised market leading banking & finance practice in the country. Clients trust our Banking lawyers to take a practical and business-oriented approach to achieving their objectives. The practice is especially praised for its accessibility and responsiveness and its ability to work well with international firms and clients.
We are empaneled by several global and domestic banks and also represent non – banking finance companies, institutional lenders, multi-lateral, developmental and export credit institutions, asset managers, funds, arrangers and corporate borrowers in different sectors. We advise on full spectrum of banking & finance matters corporate debt, syndicated loans, revolving credits, guarantee facilities, acquisition and leveraged finance, project finance across all Infrastructure & Energy sectors, real finance including structured lending, secured property lending and property securitization, asset and trade finance, securitization, derivative transactions and structured finance, debt capital markets encompassing issues of rupee denominated bonds and debentures, foreign currency bonds, bank MTN programmes and other privately placed debt securities, and debt restructuring and re-ﬁnancing, including corporate debt restructuring, asset reconstruction and schemes of arrangement.
Our Banking and Finance team also compliments our Investment Fund practice which is comprised of trusted advisers, focused on providing commercial advice and solutions to the clients. Our team advises on the most complex, strategic and high profile matters in the investment funds fields. We act for foreign and Indian sponsors in setting up onshore and offshore funds, including private equity funds, venture capital funds, mutual funds, real estate investment funds and pool-investment vehicles. We also advise investment bankers and nominated advisors from an Indian law perspective for listing of funds on the Alternative Investment Market. Our practice also includes advising such funds in investments in and divestments from, publicly traded and privately held Indian companies.