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Venture Intelligence Names Burgeon Law As Top Indian Law Firm Supporting Early-Stage Investment Deals In India

The number of deals structured by Burgeon Law during the reporting period is the second-highest by a single law firm in the country.

Marking yet another milestone in its stellar growth journey, Burgeon Law has been positioned as the leading law firm supporting early-stage investment deals in India by a private equity and venture capital data tracker, Venture Intelligence in its recent League Tables report. The new-age boutique law firm, which provides a one-stop legal shop to emerging companies, incubators, accelerators, angel investors, family offices and VC/PE funds, supported 62 companies with their investment deals between January and September 2019, including the noteable investment deal between INDwealth.in and Steadview Capital.

The number of deals structured by Burgeon Law during the reporting period is the second-highest by a single law firm in the country. Since 2015, the firm has closed more than 400 deals and successfully represented leading Indian and international clients from multiple jurisdictions such as Singapore, USA, the UK, Mauritius, China, and Japan. Some of its top clients include INDwealth, AngelList, VH Capital, Sri Capital, Lumis Partners, Angelworks, Bulbul, GrowX, Innerchef, Money 91, Akiva, GSF Accelerator, Mamaearth, BiryaniByKilo, Suman Munjal Family Office, and Niki.ai.

Roma Priya, Founder – Burgeon Law, said, “It’s a phenomenal achievement to be recognised as one of the top service businesses catalysing the Indian start-up ecosystem. Indian ventures are making significant contribution to creating new jobs and driving business growth in the country. This, in turn, is leading to greater wealth creation, improved standards of living, and higher GDP. We are delighted to be a part of this transformative change as an enabler and are looking to assist more high-potential business ventures in their growth journeys. With players such as Burgeon Law supporting the Indian start-up ecosystem, we are confident that we can make the vision of a ‘New India’ a reality in the not-too-distant a future.”

India has emerged as the world’s 3rd largest start-up base, with the number of new business ventures poised to grow by 2.2 times to reach 10,500 by 2020. This growth will drive an exponential increase in funding activity, with many offshore investors also looking to capitalise on India’s impressive growth potential as a high-potential start-up hub. Burgeon Law is aiming to cater to this booming market segment with its wide array of boutique offerings, helping start-ups drive accelerated growth.


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