is a dual-qualified lawyer, qualified to practice both in England and India. After graduating in 1995 from the University of Cambridge with a first class degree, Karam worked with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in London for four years. On returning to India, Karam worked with a leading Indian law firm before setting up his independent firm in September 2002. In May 2008 he co-founded Platinum Partners and heads its New Delhi office. Karam has extensive experience in advising banks and leading multinationals on the legal aspects involved in doing business (and establishing their operations) in India. Karam has advised numerous leading organisations, including the Airbus Group, Tencent, Novartis AG and the WPP Group.
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