is a counsel in Trilegal's banking and finance practice. He regularly acts for lenders as well as sponsors on significant and complex debt finance mandates across a range of sectors, including project finance and in special situations. Prasan’s clients include international banks, private credit funds, developmental financial institutions and multilateral lenders. He is qualified to practise law both in India and in England and Wales. Prior to joining Trilegal, Prasan worked in the finance practice of a global law firm in London advising on high-value energy and infrastructure debt finance transactions in developing markets.
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