Jones Day (Singapore)

Manoj Bhargava

Jones Day (Singapore)
Lawyer (Partner)

Manoj Bhargava is partner at Jones Day (Singapore). For 15 years, Manoj Bhargava has concentrated his practice on initial public offerings, follow-on offerings, private placements, and demutualizations (including U.S. SEC-registered offerings and listings on the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, and the stock exchanges of Mumbai, London, Singapore, and Luxembourg), representing issuers, investment banks, and investors. He also advises on mergers and acquisitions and private equity investments and dispositions. From 2010 to the present, Manoj has led the Jones Day India capital markets team in completing 27 transactions with an aggregate value of over US$4 billion. His recent transactions include the first and the second ever IPPs in India of Godrej Properties Limited and Godrej Industries Limited, the US$135 million IPO of Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited, the US$1.1 billion rights offering of Hindalco Industries Limited, the US$850 million QIP of Adani Enterprises Limited, and the US$445 million QIP of Canara Bank. Manoj also advised on the first ever QIP in India of Kalpataru Power Transmission Limited prior to joining Jones Day. His clients in India include issuers and Indian and international investment banks. He has worked on transactions in many other geographic areas as well, including Australia, China, the European Union member countries, and the United States. Prior to relocating to Singapore in 2007, Manoj worked in the Hong Kong, Moscow, and New York offices of an international law firm for more than nine years. His capital markets work experience at that firm included U.S. SEC registered equity offerings aggregating over US$6.5 billion and Rule 144A and Regulation S bond placements aggregating over US$9.2 billion.

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Articles

135 Bulletin

Emily S.Y. Lam, Hiromitsu Miyakawa, Manoj Bhargava, Peter J. Wang, Sébastien Evrard The Competition Commission of India imposes US$ 1.1 Billion penalty for price fixing (Cement Cartel Case)

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India’s Competition Commission, which was established in 2003 and has been enforcing the cartel provisions of the law since 2009, has imposed fines of approximately US$ 1.1 billion against 11 internationally and locally owned cement manufacturers and their industry association for price fixing. (...)

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