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We are excited to share the latest edition of the Law Update, beautifully and appropriately titled “Sustainable Horizons: The Saudi Arabian Vision.” Giving special honor to the Kingdom’s 2030 vision, this update focuses on a collection of both informative and inspiring articles.
For those in construction, you can learn about how the tendering environment impacts risk-pricing for contractors, the updates on the legal framework of the construction industry and how contractors can protect themselves against financial difficulties.
There is good news too from the kingdom’s banking sector, from which the practice of “Open Banking” is being pushed for! But what is open banking? We’re answering that too.
Also . . . Are there any women trail blazers in Saudi Arabia you can name? We’ll help you with that. We cover how the Middle East has been making strides in empowering women in the entrepreneurial space,most notably in STEM fields.Read the full edition
Fatma joined Al Tamimi & Company in September 2017. She has gained massive experience in a variety of corporate and commercial matters such as incorporating different types of companies in Oman free zones and mainland. She has also worked on drafting constitutional documents including drafting and negotiating shareholder’s agreements, board resolutions, power of attorneys and preparing letters to Governmental bodies. She has invested in her legal drafting skills and is capable of drafting other constitutional documents relating to corporate entities. She has advised SAOC companies and attends Annual General Meeting and Extraordinary General Meetings for SAOC’s. Fatma also has experience in corporate restructuring, corporate governance and mergers and acquisitions and has worked with a variety of private investors and companies from the USA, UK, Europe, Africa and the Middle East undertaking deals in the Middle East.
Fatma’s experience extends to other practice areas including litigation, competition, intellectual property and customs matters, she has also advised clients on a variety of employment matters.
Fatma was trained at the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Investment Promotion in Oman, her training focused on the operation of the ‘Invest Easy’ system in acknowledging different corporate transactions submitted to the Government of Oman. She is permitted by the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Investment Promotion to access commercial registration certificates of any company registered in Oman, and is authorised to submit online commercial applications to Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Investment Promotion which are related to incorporating new companies, amending the formation details of companies amending the managers of companies, amending the commercial activities of companies, increasing the share capital of companies, amending commercial names of companies and liquidating companies. Fatma has also worked on transactions related to registering commercial mortgages for companies and restructing companies.
Fatma has full understanding of the law requirements in Oman and is fully aware of the procedures taken with the authorities in Oman. She has established great relationships with different Governmental bodies in Oman and has been involved in presenting a presentation to members of the custom department at the Royal Oman Police in relation to protecting trademarks in Oman.
2017 – LLB (Law), The University of Reading
2020 – Primary Court Lawyer Oman
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