New Delhi

Our office in India ensures that Analysys Mason can meet the needs of clients in the region, and that we continue to meet the growing demand for strategy consulting from leading players in Asia–Pacific and beyond.

Based in Gurgaon, our experts have backgrounds in telecoms, media, technology and professional services, and are in frequent contact with telecoms regulators, investors, operators and multinational vendors.

The team has been active in India since 2004, originally as part of telecoms and technology consultancy BDA Connect India before Analysys Mason acquired the Indian operation in April 2010.

The team works closely with international carriers, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and value-added service (VAS) companies on market entry and growth strategy. The team has also worked with and advised public organisations such as the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).

The team also has an extensive track record of supporting purchasers, vendors and lenders in major privatisations and acquisitions within the sector.

We help clients in evaluating potential synergies as well as realistic upsides to the management’s business plan. We also develop realistic banking cases that can be used as the basis for determining a deal structure and associated covenants.

1st Floor, Tower ‘C’, Building No. 10
DLF Cyber City, Phase II
Gurgaon - 122002 (Haryana)
India
newdelhi@analysysmason.com
+91-124-4501860

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