Outside of work, he likes to spend time with his family, follow Leicester City Football Club and being a keen cricketer, Mukesh enjoys playing and watching the sport during the summer months.
Get in touch with Mukesh Bulsara Batanayi is a Partner based in the London office.
Mukesh, a Chartered Accountant, is a specialist Mergers & Acquisitions lead advisor.
He is particularly experienced at advising on the sale of companies, corporate acquisitions, management buyouts, M&A strategic planning, business valuations and finance raising.
Here is how we do that: We can guide you to develop clear objectives for your business, building on your strengths and overcoming your weaknesses.
Through a series of planning sessions, we can: Our approach follows a well-designed strategic planning programme covering all dimensions: from marketing, operations, human resource management and finance, all aiming to unlock the potential within your business.Batanayi leads the transfer pricing service line at MHA and has over 18 years of transfer pricing experience in the UK across a broad spectrum of industry sectors including financial services, private equity, funds, manufacturing, media and technology, as well as life sciences and telecommunications.Batanayi helps clients prepare and defend transfer pricing policies and he has a particular focus on resolving transfer pricing disputes involving complex transfer pricing enquiries.Thanks to the help I’ve received, I can see a bright future for me and my company.Growing a business means taking many decisions about the way you want to expand your operations. Most strategic decisions you make for your business and family impact your tax liability.Drucker & Scaccetti understands the need to integrate your tax and business strategies and create proactive solutions.Our strategic work focuses on detailed and effective action planning, which means you will receive support and guidance to help you realise your aspirations.We can give you: You want to maximise the income of your business, while at the same time you’re striving to keep costs under control.A strategic plan should not be confused with a business plan.A business plan is about setting short- or mid-term goals and defining the steps necessary to achieve them.