Anjana Ramburuth-Seesurn is Counsel within both the Corporate and Dispute Resolution departments in Mauritius and Seychelles, and a member of the Corporate Finance team.
She advises on a range of corporate, commercial and corporate finance transactions and her practice includes advising on banking and structured finance transactions, credit restructuring, derivatives transactions and securities offerings, public and private M&A, litigation and insolvency, public and private equity, company, fund and trust formation, and employment law matters.
Anjana regularly appears before all instances of the courts of Mauritius and is also instructed as legal counsel in international arbitration proceedings. Her practice encompasses all aspects of commercial litigation (including disputes involving contacts, negligence, fiduciary obligations, corporate, partnership and shareholder disputes) and related employment law matters.
Prior to joining Appleby in April 2007, Anjana was a practising barrister in general private practice with experience in all areas of Mauritian law, including civil, criminal, commercial, corporate, constitutional, matrimonial, employment, insurance and land law matters, and experience in judicial review cases, disciplinary proceedings and domestic and international commercial arbitration.
She has previously worked on several transactions for banks and other financial institutions, borrowers and private equity clients, including Standard Bank, Axis Bank Limited, Deutsche Bank AG, Credit Suisse, Investec, Citigroup, JP Morgan, Barclays Wealth International, Morgan Stanley, HSBC Group, UBS AG, BNP Paribas, Standard Chartered Bank, Temasek, GIC, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in connection with multi-million-dollar secured and unsecured transactions and/or other advisory or restructuring transactions.
Chambers Global 2015 recognised Anjana for corporate and finance transactions, in both Mauritius and Seychelles, "I was very impressed with the superb job that Anjana did," said one client. Chambers Global 2014 said she continues to leave a great impression on clients, who say "she did an excellent job - she was proactive, extremely available, responsive and very nice to work with." Chambers Global 2014 have also noted her as an 'Associate to Watch'. Anjana receives high praise from clients, who appreciate her "very good turnaround times and efficient and good legal advice," in Chambers Global 2013. Chambers Global 2013 also ranked Anjana as a 'Leading Individual'.
Anjana is a member of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple (non-practising) and the Mauritius Bar Association.
She speaks fluent English and French.
"[Anjana] did an excellent job - she was proactive, extremely available, responsive and very nice to work with."