Krishna Omkar is an associate at Slaughter and May with a wide corporate practice across M&A, joint venture, private equity, governance and compliance issues in a cross-border context. He also works on the corporate aspects of restructuring and insolvency. Krishna previously worked in the Dispute Resolution team, where he advised on complex, trans-national disputes and regulatory investigations in the financial sector. Krishna is actively involved in LGBT advocacy, working with the team looking to decriminalise same sex conduct in India, and with GLAAD and HRC. He is also a supporter of the Terrence Higgins Trust and a trustee of Paintings in Hospitals. In 2015, Krishna was named by the Financial Times as a future leader, and in 2016 by the Telegraph as one of the top 50 LGBT people in business.