Nikhil George

Nikhil is a member of the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) team at JSA. He has experience in regulatory advisory and transactions, predominantly in the technology sector.  The clients he services include major multinational technology conglomerates, banks, VC funds, FinTech companies, social media platforms, geospatial mapping corporations, e-commerce marketplaces and real-money gaming platforms.

Nikhil’s key focus areas are TMT, General Corporate Commercial, Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) and Private Equity & Venture Capital (PE/VC).



Karnataka State Bar Council



  • Explained: Regulatory and Policy Development Around Neobanks in India, BW Legal World
  • Will NFTs be banned if cryptocurrencies are banned? TechCircle
  • India – Data Protection in the Financial Sector, OneTrust Data Guidance
  • RBI implements recommendations of the working group on digital lending, Lexology



B.A. LL.B. (Hons.), Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University



  • English

Some of the key assignments in these areas handled and being handled by Nikhil amongst others, cover the following:

  • Advised A91 Partners on its investment in FinBox;
  • Worked extensively on a large technology company’s UPI based payment system offering and related product launches and compliance;
  • Assisted a major UPI third party application provider in preparing a detailed compliance matrix for UPI technology offering;
  • Advised Glance InMobi Pte Ltd on its 100% acquisition of Gambit Sports Private Limited, which operates the real-money gaming platform Nostragamus;
  • Advised a digital lending unicorn on the launch of its UPI-based digital lending application;
  • Advised A91 Partners and Alpha Wave Global on their investments in VideoVerse;
  • Advised A91 Partners on its investment in Alphavector (India) Private Limited, which owns and operates the bicycle brand Ninety One;
  • Regularly advise a large technology conglomerate on hardware and telecommunications certification and labelling compliance;
  • Regularly conduct Schrems II transfer impact assessments and advise clients on Indian data protection laws; and
  • Advised a major card network on the regulatory implications of a number of FinTech product offerings.

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