Ahmed Adib is a Senior Associate in the Corporate Commercial practice in Cairo. Ahmed has over 4 years of experience practicing law in Egypt; he has a notable knowledge of different areas of Egyptian law, including, corporate matters, as well as mergers and acquisitions, capital market transactions and commercial matters.
Ahmed specialises in representing local and international investors in relation to envisaged, direct and indirect, acquisitions of Egyptian legal entities. He also has particular expertise in general corporate matters and setting new business in Egypt.
Prior to joining Al Tamimi Ahmed was an Associate at one of the largest law firm in Egypt and member of its Corporate and M&A practice group for a period of over 3 years.
- Advising Telecom Egypt on its acquisition (via a subsidiary) of 100% of Middle East & North Africa Submarine Cable Systems (MENA Cables), owned to Orascom Telecommunications Media and Technology.
- Advising Cairo Investment and Real estate Development (CIRA) and its major shareholder Social Impact Capital (SIC) on the acquisition of Huxley Holding Limited (an Abraaj affiliate), which had granted convertible loan to SIC, and advising SIC on the acquisition financing obtained from EFG Hermes IB Limited.
- Advising Abraaj Group, an international private equity, in connection with the acquisition of Nahda University (Egyptian private university).
- Advising Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc., a Canadian pharmaceutical company, in co-operation with Skadden, in connection with the acquisition of Mercury (Cayman) Holdings, the holding company of Amoun Pharmaceutical Company S.A.E., in addition to advising Mercury (Cayman) Holdings in connection with its acquisition of a minority stake in Amoun Pharmaceutical Company S.A.E. through a mandatory tender offer.
- Advising AXA Group, a French insurance company, in co-operation with Clifford Chance, in connection with the acquisition of Commercial International Life Insurance S.A.E.
2011 – Bachelors of Law, Faculty of Law (English Section) Cairo University
2013 – Egyptian Bar Association