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Authorised and Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority SRA No. 561099

Murria Solicitors is the trading name of Murria Solicitors Limited.

Company Registration Number: 07515842

Networking & Vaisakhi Celebration organised by Institute of Asian Business Part of Birmingham Chamber Commerce

Apr 23 2008


Inst of Asian Business Vaisakhi Celebration -Murria with Delegates of Punjab National BankMukesh Murria Managing partner and Aman Chhina meet Ms Jordana Deingdoh Pavel Consul General of India, Birmingham. It is hoped that a joint event will be held with the Indian Consul, Birmingham to advise the Midland Community on Indian Trade, Investment and Immigration law. Mukesh Murria Ex- Chairman of the Institute of Asian Business was delighted to meet some his colleagues from the chamber and thanked Deepak Shelat for organising a very successful networking event. Murria Solicitors were grateful for the excellent opportunity afforded to network with Leading Asian Businesses in the community and in particular with Mr. Harish Khatri and Harpal Singh from the Punjab National Bank who are currently in the process of opening a new branch in the West Midlands. Deepak Shelat Operations Manager IAB was pleased that Murria had developed ‘Best Friend’ relations with Indian Law firms through its Dual Quaified Lawyers to be able to undertake the expanding legal services market of Cross Border Transactional work between the UK and India.

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