Mr. N.V. Srinivasan, Managing Partner of NVS & Associates, Advocates & Legal Consultants, has been elected Regional President (South) of the Indo American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) for 2015-16.
Having incorporated transformational changes as a former Director, Employee Relations at ANZ Grindlays Bank, Mr. Srinivasan currently runs a legal and management consulting company with branches in various parts of India.
Recently, he has revised the premier banking book Tannan’s Banking Law & Practice in India, 25th edition 2014, published by Lexis Nexis.
Mr. Srinivasan has provided effective resolutions for critical issues of law for domestic and international clients and believes in offering holistic legal solutions aligned with their business strategies. He is also a strong believer of ADR and possesses extensive experience in the same, successfully resolving several disputes through arbitration, mediation and negotiation. He has vast exposure in commercial laws, conveyancing, company laws, commercial arbitration, banking and finance, transfer of Property Act, intellectual property rights, Cyber Laws and organizational restructuring, employee management and many other areas.
As a successful consultant and practicing lawyer in India, Mr. Srinivasan has over 40 years of domestic and international experience and has incorporated revolutionary methodologies for effective business solutions across industries. His experience over three decades in the banking industry has marked him as a well informed and competent lawyer involving commercial trade and finance and he has been on the Board of the Negotiating Committee and Personnel Committee of Indian Bank Association, an apex body of the banking industry in India. His specialty is in providing advice in the context of corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, takeovers, factoring, derivatives & foreign exchange and structuring of deals.
This year IACC is embarking on its plan to reach $500 billion as a target in respect of trade between India and the US, from the current level of $123 billion for the current financial year. It is specifically concentrating on the aviation sector, IT, infrastructure, medical tourism and pharma. It has already organized participative seminars in New Delhi and Mumbai, and the latest seminar to come through is on January 29 and April 30, 2016 in Chennai.