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Mumuksha Singh

Senior Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
United Kingdom
Languages English, Hindi

Mumuksha is a corporate lawyer in London, dual qualified in England and India. She specialises in all aspects of mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and private equity investments, particularly in the technology, media and communication sectors. 

She advises a variety of clients (entrepreneurs / start-ups, established management teams and investment houses) across all aspects of the corporate lifecycle; from initial VC / growth capital investment rounds, through to more complex private equity fundraising and, ultimately, company disposals/exits. She is a member of our equIP team with a sector focus on technology, fintech, cryptocurrency and artificial intelligence (AI) companies.

She graduated with honours from India's premier National Law University (Jodhpur) and completed her masters from the London School of Economics. Mumuksha was also the TechWomen100 2020 Winner.

Watch an introduction video about CMS equIP and #LeadHers featuring Mumuksha Singh.

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Relevant experience

  • on the management buyout of Arkessa, the leading Internet-of-Things managed services provider, to private equity firm ECI Partners
  • on the initial coin offering for a fraud detection and prevention company that uses AI, machine learning, neural networks and Blockchain technologies; 
  • on the sale of Xtend Group (a trade processing and risk management business) to a Panmure Gordon;
  • on the investment round for Moneyhub, a leading financial management platform that uses open banking and AI based data analysis on its investment from Nationwide
  • on the private equity investment in a privately owned entrepreneurial UK business specialising in the distribution of high quality electrical components to the lighting industry;
  • Reedtz limited on acquisition of historic Notts County Football Club;
  • Sale of the business of the UK wealth management arm of the Swiss bank, Falcon Private Wealth to Dolfin Financial.
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  • National Law University, Jodhpur, India
  • London School of Economics and Political Science
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