Hogan Lovells expands India practice with new partner in Singapore

New partner will work with colleagues across the firm’s integrated global India desk

Hogan Lovells expands India practice with new partner in Singapore

Hogan Lovells has expanded its India practice with the appointment of Biswajit Chatterjee as partner in its corporate and finance practice in Singapore.

Chatterjee joins Hogan Lovells from Squire Patton Boggs, where he served as co-chair of the India practice and headed the Southeast Asia corporate practice.  He is New York and India qualified, with a focus on capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, and private equity transactions.

Singapore is Hogan Lovells’ regional hub for India, Southeast Asia, and South Asia. In his new role, Chatterjee will work closely with Stephanie Keen, head of corporate and finance for Asia Pacific at Higan Lovells, and colleagues across the firm’s integrated global India desk.

“The opportunities in the Indian market are vast and aligned with our strength in highly regulated sectors, such as technology and life sciences and healthcare,” said Keen. “Biswajit brings with him not only a wealth of industry experience in the transaction space, but deep relationships that are key to successfully doing business in India. We have an excellent market reputation for our work in India, and I look forward to working with Biswajit as we grow our practice.”

“I am excited to be joining Hogan Lovells market leading corporate and finance and India practices, which I have long admired,” said Biswajit. “Balancing a global platform with strong local relationships, Hogan Lovells presents the opportunity to collaborate and combine our keen market knowledge, and long track record of working in India and Southeast Asia, to continue to pave the way for both Indian and international clients.”

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