ENSafrica recognised for India-related work
We are pleased to announce that ENSafrica has been named as a top international law firm for India-related work by the India Business Law Journal.
The announcement was made in an intelligence report, titled “Joining the dots: Which foreign firms are winning the lion’s share of India work?”, which was published in the June 2015 issue of the India Business Law Journal.
In the report, ENSafrica is described as “one of the best law firms in the India-Africa corridor” and as “attentive and responsive”. Its handling of matters is described as “professional” and “effective”.
In the report, now in its ninth year, ENSafrica is named as one of the top 15 regional and specialist law ﬁrms in key economies and emerging regions, “that are equipped and experienced to take on India-related assignments”. The report draws on an analysis of over 600 law firms from around the globe that have documented deals and matters with an Indian connection over the past year. Results are based on extensive consultation with India-focused corporate counsel around the world and Indian law firms, together with submissions received from hundreds of law firms, and interviews and rigorous research carried out by the journal’s team.
“This is a very strong endorsement of [ENSafrica’s] India-related expertise and capabilities,” the author of the report, Vandana Chatlani, said.
A copy of the report can be found on page 39 of the June edition of the India Business Law Journal: https://www.ensafrica.com/Uploads/Images/news/CUsersdf001DesktopIBLJJune2015.pdf
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