Falguni Shah
Falguni Shah

Falguni Shah 's Profile

Falguni is a Partner with the M&A tax practice of PwC India and has close to 2 decades of experience in advising both Indian HQ groups and multinationals. She helps clients with structuring the M&A transactions / restructuring as well as implementing the same in seamless manner.
Member Since: 11 Apr 2017
Total Posts: 8
Qualification: CA in Job / Business
Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra, IN
Company: PwC India
Designation: Partner M&A Tax


Falguni is a member of ICAI and a qualified Cost Accountant. She regularly contributes articles in media and thought leadership material.

Job Experience

She has extensively advised on transactions and corporate restructuring engagements spanning across cross border acquisitions, demergers, divestitures, joint ventures, business / asset deals, from tax and regulatory perspective. She has advised various companies across sectors such as financial services manufacturing, pharmaceutical, infrastructure, IT, energy and natural resources and FMCG. Her experience includes advising on some of the largest M&A deals and restructuring transactions in India on a year-to-year basis. Some of the renowned corporate she has advised include Welspun Group, Piramal Enterprise, Dalmia Cement Group, ACG Associated Capsules Group, Marico, RPG Group.

Falguni Shah 's Posts

1. The Changing Landscape of IBC
2,433 Views | 1 comment | Published: 24 Mar 2018 | Posted Under: Corporate Law |
2. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code– brighter days post budget?
10,281 Views | 0 comment | Published: 06 Feb 2018 | Posted Under: Income Tax |
4. IND AS and Income Tax Act – a complex interplay
6,567 Views | 0 comment | Published: 15 Sep 2017 | Posted Under: Income Tax |
5. Depreciation on goodwill – the perennial debate
7,272 Views | 0 comment | Published: 05 Sep 2017 | Posted Under: Income Tax |
6. Cash dividend no longer the king
3,405 Views | 1 comment | Published: 26 Jul 2017 | Posted Under: Income Tax |
8. MAT impact on financials under IND AS
8,001 Views | 0 comment | Published: 15 May 2017 | Posted Under: Income Tax |
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