As we witness the evolution of the regulatory landscape across the MENA region, it was timely for us to investigate and lift the lid, on what is keeping the region’s legal decision-makers awake at night.
Our first-of-its-kind report titled Legal Leaders in MENA is out now! It captures the views of 700 legal decision-makers across nine countries and 13 industry sectors in MENA, as well as in-depth interviews with experts from key sectors such as financial services and education to name a few, which revealed the emerging risks and priorities challenging the legal sector across the region.
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Ahmed is a highly regarded corporate lawyer, with extensive experience in corporate commercial matters in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). His practice covers a number of sectors, including corporate structuring, foreign direct investment, mergers and acquisitions, and joint ventures.
Ahmed is often the lead lawyer on complex (cross-border) transactions and regularly advises clients on general commercial matters (including reviewing and drafting complex commercial agreements, in particular to ensure compliance with the laws of KSA). He also has experience in the banking and finance sector and understands the legal framework having practiced in Riyadh since 2013. Ahmed has since been recognised by established legal directories as a “good and client friendly practitioner”.
Ahmed’s clients include some of the largest multinational corporations (from big technology and finance companies to those in oil and gas, construction and engineering) and he understands the business model and objectives of each client in any transaction.
Prior to his role in the Middle East, Ahmed practiced in the United Kingdom and Australia.
2007 – Juris Doctor – Bond University (Australia)
2004 – Bachelor of Science with specialisation in Biochemistry and Microbiology
2009 – Supreme Court of Queensland (Australia)
Member of the Queensland Law Society