The Indian Corporate Counsel Association (ICCA) held two roundtable discussions that attracted GCs interested in the areas of cartel investigations and strategic exits.
On 8 March, the ICCA along with Morgan Lewis & Bockius, and Chitale & Chitale Partners, organized a roundtable focusing on “Cartel investigation and compliance”, held at Trident, Mumbai.
Discussion Topics included: antitrust legal developments and enforcement trends; best practice to mitigate risks and manage compliance; and conducting internal investigations and responding to government investigations.
The 90-minute interactive session was attended by about 15 general counsel and senior in-house counsel from Bajaj Electricals, Nuvuco Vistas, Indofil Industries, HDFC Life, Volkswagen Group Sales, Bharti Airtel, Motilal Oswal, Tata Sky, Bajaj Corporation, and Schindler to name a few.
On 7 February, the ICCA, in association with IndusLaw, organized another roundtable focusing on “Strategic exits” at Taj Lands End in Mumbai. The 90-minute interactive session was attended by about 15 general counsel and senior in-house counsel from companies including Tata Housing, Thomas Cook, Reliance Jio, Thyssenkrupp India, Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing, and Infinite Retail.
Topics discussed at the session included: acquisition financing; PE exits – current trends; voluntary winding up under the Insolvency Code and Companies Act; and real estate and employment exit issues.