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Nimish Patel appointed to Trade Policy Advisory Committee

Patel is one of the nine members recently appointed to the committee

Nimish Patel is currently the chair of the Corporate and Securities department in a law firm / Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp, LLP

United States President Joe Biden has announced the appointment of Nimish Patel as a member of the Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations. 

Patel is currently the chair of the Corporate and Securities Department at Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp, LLP. His career spans various sectors, including artificial intelligence, life sciences, technology, e-commerce, new media, and entertainment.

At present, Patel also serves as an advisor to private businesses and publicly traded exchange-listed companies, guiding governance and regulatory filing requirements.

Previously a CPA and senior auditor at Deloitte, Patel is experienced in mergers and acquisitions, venture capital financing, and corporate restructuring. He also served as the past president and trustee of the American India Foundation in Los Angeles, and was a part of the South Asian Bar Association of Southern California.

Patel holds an MBA from the University of San Diego and an undergraduate degree from the University of Southern California.

As a member of the Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations, Patel will contribute to providing overall policy advice to the US Trade Representative. This includes advising on negotiating objectives, bargaining positions for trade agreements, and matters related to the implementation and administration of trade policies.

The Committee, consisting of up to 45 members recommended by the US Trade Representative, covers a broad spectrum of expertise in trade, investment, and development issues to reflect the diversity of sectors and interests involved in shaping US trade policy.

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