Siddhartha Sen is a Partner at the Firm and specialises in Projects and Project Finance practice.
Siddhartha has worked on transactions and several cross-border acquisitions involving foreign direct investment, private equity and venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, in varied sectors including power, roads, airport, real estate and oil and gas sector.
Siddhartha joined the Firm in July 2007 and has been involved in structuring of transactions, drafting and negotiations for finalisation of transaction documentation. He also interacts with governmental and regulatory authorities such as the Reserve Bank of India, the Foreign Investment Promotion Board, the Department for Industrial Policy and Promotion.
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ACME Group in relation to issuance of non-convertible debentures to prospective investors.
ACME Cleantech Solutions Limited on its joint venture with EDF Energy Nouvelles, France, for establishment and operation of solar power projects, across India.
GMR Infrastructure Limited and GMR Airport Holdings Limited, in relation to an investment of approximately INR 1500 crores by multiple investors, (amongst others) Macquarie SBI Infrastructure Fund, Standard Chartered Private Equity, JM Financials, and the pursuant group restructuring and consolidation of the GMR Group airport holdings under GMR Airport Holdings Limited.
3C Developers in relation to a series of related investment transactions, aggregating in excess of INR 800 crores by Red Fort Capital in multiple 3C project SPVs developing residential and commercial projects.
Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation in relation to the investment by SWAN Mills Ltd. of approximately INR 400 crores.
DEG (Deutsche Investitions-und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH) and FMO (Nederlandse Financierings- Maatschappij voor Ontwikkelingslanden N.V.) on their investment of INR 125 crores (initially 92 crores) into Calcom Cements India Limited.
Macquarie SBI Investment Fund in relation to its proposed investment of approximately INR 400 crores in an infrastructure company holding multiple road projects.
3i India on its proposed stake investment in Ind-Barath Power Infra Limited and its power projects holding subsidiaries.
Indian mahanavratna Public Sector Undertaking on its proposed acquisition of an Australian E&P consulting company.
Fidelity Investment Limited, Sequoia Capital India Growth Investment Holdings and Deutsche Bank AG, Hong Kong Branch on their initial tranche investment of INR 160 crores into Coastal Projects Private Limited.
Morgan Stanley Investment Funds in structuring a proposed investment in a roads projects holding company in India.
Indian mahanavratna Public Sector Undertaking on its proposed seed investment in a start up manufacturing LEDs in India.
Universal Power Transformer Private Limited in its 100% acquisition of Moloney Electric Inc., a corporation incorporated under the laws of Ontario, Canada, engaged in the business of liquid immersed transformer manufacturing, distribution and refurbishing.
Fijian Holdings Limited, on its acquisition of 100% of the petroleum retail assets of British Petroleum in the South West Pacific region, including its assets in Fiji, Tonga, American Samoa, Vanuatu for approximately USD 190 million.
Indian navaratna Public Sector Undertaking on its proposed 100% acquisition of one of the leading companies operating in the telecom sector in Sri Lanka.
Delhi International Airports (Private) Limited on the modernisation and upgradation of the Delhi International Airport, and more specifically advising on FDI related issues.
GAIL (India) Limited in relation to:
Proposed Iran-Pakistan-India Pipeline Project
Proposed Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan- India Pipeline Project
World bank and the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi in relation to creation of a legal regime for registration of land titles in the National Captial Territory of Delhi.
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B.A., LL.B. (Hons), National Law School of India University, Bangalore
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