The Cohen Group Announces Further Expansion of India Practice by Addition of India...
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The Cohen Group Announces Further Expansion of India Practice by Addition of India Expert Ingrid Belton Henick WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Cohen Group has announced an expansion of its India practice by the addition of Ingrid Belton Henick, a well-regarded India expert, who joins the firm as a Vice President this month. "Ingrid adds significantly to the considerable expertise our team already has regarding India." Secretary William Cohen said. "Her depth of experience will help us provide maximum support to our clients in India and around the world." The Cohen Group actively represents top-tier companies worldwide to help them achieve their commercial objectives in India, China and many other overseas markets through strategies tailored to help achieve successful outcomes of political, regulatory, and other issues involving the private sector, and to identify and pursue business and investment opportunities. Henick's addition broadens The Cohen Group's India practice and the firm's overall international capabilities. Prior to joining The Cohen Group, Henick was a vice president at Barbour Griffith & Rogers, where she helped lead that firm's India practice, including representation of the Government of India. Previously, she served as senior vice president for business development at MphasiS Corporation, a leading Indian business process outsourcing and information technology company. From 2001-2004, she served as the Deputy Executive Director for the U.S.-India Business Council at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. With Henick's arrival, The Cohen Group further strengthens its offering of experience, expertise, and relationships to help clients doing business in India and for Indian firms seeking to expand their opportunities in the United States and elsewhere in the world. Secretary Cohen is a board member of the US-India Business Council (USIBC). Secretary Cohen and General Paul Kern, Senior Counselor of The Cohen Group, will lead the USIBC Defense Mission to the Defense Expo in New Delhi, February 16-19. About The Cohen Group: The Cohen Group is an international business advisory firm founded by former Defense Secretary and Senator William S. Cohen in 2001. It is comprised of 35 professionals who have many decades of combined experience working in top-level positions in Congress, the White House, the State Department, the Defense Department, the Department of Homeland Security, the Intelligence Community, other Federal agencies, and in European and Asian governments. The Cohen Group provides its clients the insights and intelligence needed to better understand and shape the business, political, legal, regulatory, and media environments in which they operate. This includes both developing strategic business plans to help clients achieve their objectives and actively participating with clients in the execution of those plans. The Cohen Group practice groups include China; Aerospace & Defense; Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical; Financial Services & Investment; Homeland Security; Information Technology & Telecommunications; Property Development & Real Estate; Strategic Communications; Trade & Agriculture; and Transportation & Logistics, serving clients in North America, East Asia, South Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Russia, Australia, Africa and Latin America. The Cohen Group has a strong strategic partnership with DLA Piper, one of the largest and most dynamic law firms in the world, with 3,400 lawyers and 63 offices in 24 countries throughout the U.S., U.K., Continental Europe, the Middle East and Asia. DLA Piper has leading practices in commercial, corporate and finance, human resources, litigation, real estate, regulatory and legislative, and technology, media and communications. For more information, please visit www.cohengroup.net. SOURCE The Cohen Group Phil Zeeck of The Cohen Group, +1-202-863-7233
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