Ranajoy Basu focuses his practice on structured finance with key experience in debt capital markets transactions. He has a broad range of experience in international capital markets advising a wide range of participants, including arrangers, originators, servicers and trustees, in connection with the securitisation of a wide variety of assets in numerous jurisdictions, including emerging markets transactions.

Ranajoy has a particular focus on emerging markets transactions, and is recognised as an industry leader by both, Legal 500 and Chambers. He joins as the Head of the Firm’s India practice. He regularly advises on a broad range of capital markets and complex structured finance transactions including external foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCBs) and qualified institutional placements (QIPs) relating to India. He has advised banks on some of the largest corporate debt defaults and restructuring in India.

Ranajoy is recognised as one of the World’s leading lawyers in cross-border social impact finance structures, including social and development impact bonds, renewable energy and “green” structured finance transactions. Ranajoy has advised on some of the most innovative financial inclusion structures around the world, including the Educate Girls Social Impact Bond, which aims to improve the education of children in India, and the recent ground-breaking Utkrisht Bond, which is aimed at reducing maternal and infant mortality. Ranajoy continues to advise foundations, governments, NGOs, impact funds and financial institutions on structuring social impact finance solutions. He recently advised on the ground breaking International Finance Facility for Education, which is the largest funding mechanism targeting education programmes around the world.

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  • Acted for US Bank and Elavon Financial Services Limited on a publicly listed solar securitisation involving the issue of GDP£66 million secured RPI-linked bonds for The Renewable Financing Company (TRFC), a platform that provides debt financing for renewable energy assets*
  • Acted for African Bank in relation to its US$6 million EMTN Programme*
  • Represented US Bank and Elavon in relation to a £60,000,000 index-linked solar securitization*
  • Advised Citibank in connection with the project financing of the Concesión Pacífico Tres, the first 4G Colombian public infrastructure financing project (worth COP1.3 billion)*

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  • Ranked in Chambers Global for India Banking & Finance (Expertise Based Abroad), 2020
  • Ranked in Chambers Asia-Pacific for India Banking & Finance (Expertise Based Abroad in UK), 2020
  • Listed as a Leading Lawyer in The Legal 500 UK for Emerging markets, 2020
  • Listed as Highly Regarded in IFLR1000 Global for UK Capital markets: Debt and UK Capital markets: Structured finance and securitisation, 2020
  • Featured in Brummel Magazine’s ’30 Ones to watch: 2017’
  • Included in The Lawyer Hot 100 2016: Finance
  • Profiled in Legal Week’s Top 20 Legal IT Innovators 2016
  • Financial Times Young Legal Innovator of the Year 2015
  • Winner of the Sean Halpin Award 2015


King’s College London, LL.M., Banking & Finance Law
Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment, Islamic Finance

England & Wales