She has vast experience working with both domestic corporates and institutions as also foreign clients and international counsel in structuring complex private equity deals, domestic and cross border M&A, and in advising clients on regulatory and strategic matters on transactions, acquisition and investment strategies.
She has represented several leading global private equity funds, as well as large Indian corporates in her areas of expertise. Her transactional experience ranges across various sectors including real estate and infrastructure, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, technology, retail and ecommerce, financial services and education.
Reeba is the National Head of the firm’s General Corporate (GC) practice that includes within it, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructuring, and general corporate advisory amongst other specialist practices like Competition, Tax, Real Estate, Employment and Funds. The CAM GC practice comprises over 350 lawyers including 60 partners across multiple offices of the Firm.
Chambers and Partners has described her as “… energetic and knowledgeable, with a good ability to grasp and represent client requirements” and “good lawyer who has represented funds and companies on a lot of transactions.” She is especially recognized for her experience advising international private equity groups and venture capital firms in large-scale, complex transactions.
Reeba is one of the winners of the Economic Times “40 under Forty Award 2017 – India’s Hottest Business Leaders 2017”. Reeba is also a recipient of the Economic Times “Women Ahead Listing” for the year 2017.
Reeba also led the firm’s COVID Support Group that assisted with and coordinated with hospitals for the covid vaccination drive in our office premises for lawyers / support staff and their families. Reeba also led the Group in assisting with hospitalization, hospital bed availabilities, sourcing medications and testing of our Firm members and their families infected with the virus during the second deadly wave that swept India.