Krishnendu Sen is a Counsel in the Banking and Finance practice group in the Mumbai office.
With a decade of experience, Krishnendu advises clients on a wide variety of debt financing transactions, with a special focus on corporate finance, structured finance, trade finance, cross-border finance, corporate insolvency, pre-insolvency debt restructuring, real estate finance, debt capital markets and regulatory advice.
He also has prior experience in real estate and litigation matters.
- Bar Council of Maharashtra & Goa
Krishnendu Sen has represented and advised the following clients
International Finance Corporation
Advised International Finance Corporation on updating its rupee denominated “Maharaja Bonds” program in India aggregating to INR 60 billion and on the issuances of STRPPs under Tranche 3 and Tranche 4 of the program
State Bank of India
Advised State Bank of India on financing the Patanjali Group for the acquisition of Ruchi Soya Industries Limited (under the corporate insolvency resolution process)
Metropolis Healthcare Limited
Advised Metropolis Healthcare Limited on the pre-IPO financing of the promoter entities of and buyout of private equity investors
Axis Bank Limited
Advised Axis Bank Limited on a term loan facility advanced to Oasis Realty for construction of a luxury residential tower of 67 floors as part of a slum redevelopment project at Worli, Mumbai for INR 750 million
INOX Renewables Limited
Advised INOX Renewables Limited on obtaining ECB financing of USD 50 million for its wind power project from the International Finance Corporation
Reliance Industries Limited
Advised Reliance Industries Limited on the proposed acquisition of telecom assets of Reliance Communications Limited
ARCION Revitalization Private Limited
Advised ARCION Revitalization Private Limited as ARC set up by AION Capital, on acquiring NPAs of up to INR 3.75 billion from multiple members of a banking consortium with common exposure to Srinagar Banihal Expressway Limited
Russian Regional Development Bank
Advised Russian Regional Development Bank on financing an advance payment for exports arrangement for USD 750 million entered into between Nayara Energy Limited as the exporter and NewCoal Trading AG as the buyer
Union Bank of India
Advised Union Bank of India on a consortium of lenders led by them for syndication of the present and future borrowings of ECL Finance Limited for up to an aggregate of INR 225.40 billion