Rishabh Bajaj

Rishabh is a member of the Banking & Finance practice at JSA. His primary areas of focus are domestic and cross-border financing transactions including syndicated lending (secured & unsecured), privately placed non-convertible debentures, debt restructuring and insolvency.

He regularly advises Indian and multinational banks, financial institutions and funds in relation to project finance, corporate finance, venture debt, debt restructuring transactions and debt capital markets issuances. He also advises clients on cross border financing transactions including overseas direct investment and external commercial borrowings, and on regulatory issues including foreign exchange laws. He also advises on matters relating to security creation, refinancing of debt, and general banking products. He has been practicing law since 2020.



B.A., LL.B. (Hons.), West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata (2020)



  • English
  • Hindi

Some of the key assignments in these areas cover the following where Rishabh has represented:

  • ICICI Bank Limited, India Infrastructure Finance Company Limited and Aseem Infrastructure Finance Limited, in connection with providing financial assistance aggregating to USD 740.98 million to eight special purpose vehicles in the Macquarie Group operating road projects in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, and Gujarat under concession agreements with the National Highway Authority of India.
  • State Bank of India, in connection with term loan and working capital facilities of INR 200 billion availed by Piramal Enterprises Limited.
  • KKR India Asset Finance Limited, in connection with term loan facilities of INR 1.1 billion availed by Kumar Properties and Developers LLP.
  • Standard Chartered Bank and Madhuvan Enterprises Private Limited, in relation to a term loan facility of INR 3.75 billion extended by Standard Chartered Bank.
  • Axis Bank Limited and ICICI Bank Limited, in relation to the novation and amendment of the INR 4.90 billion term loan facility to Binjhabahal to Telebani Section (Km. 414.00 To Km. 491.71) Of NH-6 (New NH-49) Highway Private Limited.
  • Dilip Buildcon Limited, in relation to the issuance of listed non-convertible debentures aggregating upto INR 23.5 billion.
  • Bank of Baroda, Export-Import Bank of India and Canara Bank in connection with term loan and working capital facilities of INR 204 billion availed by Performance Chemiserve Limited.
  • Citibank N.A. and Citicorp Finance (India) Limited, in connection with term loan facilities of INR 8,850 million granted to Barque Hotels Private Limited, Argon Hotels Private Limited and SAMHI JV Business Hotels Private Limited, subsidiaries of SAMHI Hotels Limited.

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