The COVID-19 (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) Act amends some 56 legislations which the COVID-19 pandemic context rendered necessary to mitigate its negative impact on the Mauritian economy and on the lives of Mauritians in general.
Ankusha Nathoo’s practice covers all aspects of civil, corporate and commercial law with particular focus on banking and finance, project finance transactions, private equity and investment funds.
Ankusha’s experience includes drafting and negotiating funding, security and other related documentation and giving structural and legal advice in relation to finance transactions. She also advises on private equity and investment funds and is experienced in contractual advice and due diligence.
- Barrister-at-law called to the Bar of Mauritius (2017)
- Barrister-at-law called to the Bar of England and Wales (2015)
- BPP University Law School, London, Bar Professional Training Course (2015)
- BPP University Law School, London, Graduate Diploma in Law (2014)
- University of Bordeaux, France, Master 1 Droit Privé Général (2012)
- University of Bordeaux, France, Licence Droit et Sciences Politiques (2011)
- Mauritius Bar Association
- Honourable Society of the Middle Temple