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Akanksha Midha Mergers & Acquisitions


“Akanksha Midha is based in the Mumbai office of Phoenix Legal. Her areas of practice are primarily mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity and investments. She also has extensive financing experience including project finance, consortium lending, inter-bank lending and domestic and external commercial borrowings. In addition to her varied transactional experience, Akanksha also regularly advises clients on a host of corporate and commercial issues, contractual matters, inbound and outbound foreign investment, exchange control regulations, dispute resolution, securities and banking laws and labour and employment matters. A number of transactions that Akanksha has been involved in have had significant cross border elements with major international corporations, banks and financial institutions and multilateral agencies being her clients. Akanksha is also a regular writer with a number of published pieces analyzing the regulatory developments in the Indian market. Phoenix Legal is a full service corporate and commercial law firm offering an extensive range of transactional, regulatory, advisory and dispute


Björn Yrlid Mergers & Acquisitions


Advokat Björn Yrlid is partner with Lindskog Malmström in Stockholm, Sweden. Among his peers he is profiled as a driven and goal-oriented lawyer with over 15 years of experience in mergers and acquisitions, IT- and labor law, board assignments and operational leadership in an international working environment. Björn often advises where complicated legal questions intersect with business and organizational matters. Björn holds a Master of Laws from Lund University (1992).


He has also completed an introduction course to English Law at Cambridge University (1991) and conducted additional studies in English, Legal Social Science, and Law at Lund University from 1992 through 1995. Björn joined Lindskog Malmström during the summer of


2005. Today he foremost works with clients in the financial and software industry, but he also takes an interest in start-up companies conducting other businesses. Since Björn joined Lindskog Malmström he has worked closely with one blue chip Swedish company traded on the Stockholm Stock Exchange. Before joining Lindskog Malmström Björn served as Regional Director, Head of Corporate Services and Senior Legal Counsel for the Trema Group in Stockholm and Boston, between 2000 and 2005. Trema (now WallStreet Systems) developed and marketed a treasury and risk


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management application for multinational corporations and financial institutions. Hence Björn has gained hands on experience from the financial industry. Moreover, Björn has experience from service as in house counsel with IBM and 5 years with another prestigious Swedish law firm.


resolution services. The firm advises a diverse clientele ranging from companies, banks and financial institutions, funds, promoter groups, public sector undertakings and individuals both in India and overseas. Its offices are located in New Delhi and Mumbai.”


Contact:


Akanksha Midha Phoenix Legal


First Floor, CS -242, Mathuradas Mill Compound, N. M. Joshi Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai-400013, India


Tel: +91 22 43408500 Fax: +91 22 43408501 DID: +91 22 43408526 Mobile: +91 9004092319 Email: akanksha.midha@phoenixlegal.in


Contact: Björn Yrlid Advokat/Partner


Lindskog Malmström Advokatbyrå KB P.O. Box 27707 | SE 115 91 Stockholm, Sweden


Tel: +46 8 599 29 000 E-mail: bjorn.yrlid@lmlaw.se Website: www.lmlaw.se


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