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Vikram Jeet Singh


New Delhi



Vikram is a partner and leads the Technology, Media and Communications practice group of BTG Advaya.

Vikram has advised Indian and global strategic investors, banks, private equity investors, angel investors, family offices and startup incubators in their acquisition and investment transactions. His experience includes advisory and transaction support work ranging from buyouts of controlling stakes in public listed companies to investments in early-stage investments in startups. Vikram has extensive experience in cross border M&A, investments and buyouts in the IT and industrial sectors, acquisitions in the digital payments space (including through asset sales), and acquisitions of licensed entities like NBFCs, money changers and mobile wallets.
Vikram is a sector specialist in laws relating to Internet regulation, digital payments, online content, fintech, and e-commerce. He regularly advises clients based out of Silicon Valley, Europe and Asia on Indian IT laws, particularly in relation to online content, online advertising regulations and data privacy. Vikram has featured as a writer and speaker in domestic and overseas conferences on the topics of data privacy laws, online payment laws, and digital retail laws.
Vikram worked with Unilever India, S&R Associates and Poovayya & Co. before joining BTG. He graduated from the National Law School of India University, Bangalore in 2004.

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Top 100 Lawyers in India, Forbes India Legal Powerlist 2022

Asian Legal Business’ Super 50 India Lawyers 2023

Practice Areas

Corporate: Transactions and Restructuring


Financial Services, Funds and Insurance
Technology, Media, and Communications

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Fortune 50 technology company

Advise on payments regulations, charitable donation regulations and payments data localisation.  

Fortune 500 Financial Services company

Advise on card issuing and corporate services in connection with co-branded cards. 

Global Social Media Company

Advise on the legal implications of facilitating cryptocurrency transactions.  

Leading global money transfer company

Advise on setting up cash payment services for stablecoins.  

Global travel technology company

Advise on card data tokenisation and regulatory requirements assessment of payment products proposed to be offered in India. 

American streaming service provider

Advised on payments two-factor-authentication and payment aggregator regulations.  

Leading Indian crowdfunding platform

Advise on accepting local and foreign donations and structures to contract with donors and campaigners to receive and transmit donations, respectively.  

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