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Adaptive and resilient: Deal-street amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Adaptive and resilient: Deal-street amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Adaptive and resilient: Deal-street amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Working from home or remote locations has emerged as an effective way even in deal-making, but will not completely take away face-to-face meetings, say veterans.

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From investors to investment bankers and lawyers, known jet-setters who often use their travel stories to break the ice or bring warmth to chilling negotiations, are now working from home to stitch deals, without any meeting in person. Something unthinkable even just until February.

In the pre-pandemic days, the task for Ankita Singh, founder of boutique law firm AAS Regina Legal, was clearly cut out.If she were advising the founder of a startup while raising funds, she knew what the investors would expect. When she was advising investors, she had a clear idea about how many rounds of meetings would take place with investors, founders and their lawyers at various stages to understand the dimensions of the deal, team
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