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Harsh Jain

Partner - Corporate

Mergers and Acquisitions | Structured Finance | Corporate Restructurings

Harsh Jain

Contact D: +91 2240791076
T: +91 2240791000


Harsh Jain is a part of the Corporate Practice Group at Trilegal. His primary practice areas are mergers and acquisitions, private equity and structured investments.

Harsh has advised foreign investors and domestic companies on acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity investments, entry and exit strategies, corporate restructurings and general corporate compliance.

He has worked on several high-profile mergers and acquisitions across various sectors involving control deals and minority investments, in both, public and private companies. He has also advised on contentious situations, exits and strategic litigations, which gives him a unique perspective on structuring and documenting transactions.

He has also advised the boards and senior management of listed companies on corporate governance and complex regulatory matters.


National Law School of India University, Bangalore


Bar Council of Delhi, Law Society of England & Wales

Select representative clients/matters

  • Harsh’s private equity clients include Blackstone Group, Carlyle Group, Morgan Stanley, Actis, Macquarie Capital, Farallon Capital, GIC, Eversource Capital, Global Infra Partners, 3i Group, D. E. Shaw Group, and Proterra Investment Partners.
  • Harsh’s corporate clients include Prosus, ArcelorMittal Nippon Steel, Roadis, Alibaba Group, Ant Financial, PayU, OLX, TOTAL Energies, Future Group, PDS and Standard Chartered Bank.


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