This month we bring you a special focus on a continent that boasts the world’s largest free trade area, a diverse economic make-up and increasing political stability. The latest edition of Law Update focuses on Africa, a territory that continues to be an attractive business and investment destination.
Like the rest of the world, Africa is still re-building from the impact of COVID-19, however, there continues to be an optimistic view of the opportunities the continent presents. An example of the appetite for investment into Africa was captured in a report we commissioned, titled Legal Leaders in MENA. Our survey of legal leaders revealed a resounding desire to expand into new territories, with 81% naming Africa as their investment destination of choice.Read the full edition
Ahmed is a Partner and Head of the Corporate Structuring practice in Qatar. He advises primarily on Corporate Structuring matters and on related Qatari Corporate Commercial law, and has worked for the firm for just over 11 years.
Ahmed is highly experienced in transactional analysis mergers and acquisitions including initial public offerings (IPO), foreign investment regulations, compliance with the commercial and corporate laws and regulations of Qatar, due diligence analysis and research for investments, privatisation matters, business structures for international companies, in all manner of industries including Oil & Gas, Construction, Engineering, Trading and Management Consultancy Projects through the mediums of partnership, limited liability companies, and public and private shareholding companies. He has extensive knowledge of tax implications and negotiations related to commercial agencies: assisting in contentious and non-contentious agency termination and negotiating various types of contracting agreements between public and private entities.
2001 – Licence in Law, Beirut Arab University
2001 – Licence in Lebanese Law, Lebanese University
Lebanese Bar Association