Karima is an associate in the Banking and Finance department in Cairo. Karima joined the firm in 2017; she has a notable knowledge of different areas of Egyptian law, including, banking matters, as well as commercial, capital market matters.
Karima specialises in representing local and international Banks and Companies in relation to loan and banking and finance inquiries. She also has particular expertise in general corporate matters and banking businesses in Egypt.
- Advising the Arab Republic of Egypt represented by the Ministry of Finance in updating the sovereign bonds program from USD 10 Billion to USD 20 Billion.
- Advising the Arab Republic of Egypt represented by the Ministry of Finance in issuing sovereign bonds worth USD 4 Billion.
- Advising the Arab Republic of Egypt represented by the Ministry of Finance in issuing sovereign bonds worth EUR 2 Billion.
- Advising United African Beverages in obtaining a loan worth up to USD 25 million from African Export and Import Bank
- Advising Maridive Offshore Projects S.A.E in obtaining a loan worth up to USD 50 million from European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
- Standard Chartered Bank, as mandated lead arrange in a syndicated USD 1.8 billion Acquisition Financing Facility.
- Bank Audi SAE, as mandate arranger and facility agent, in connection with a USD 40 million Murabaha Financing for a real estate development project.
- Advising ENBD as borrowers in a subordinated loan from EBRD.
- Advising Union Company for Import, Export and Commercial Agencies in connection with a USD 30,000.000 Master Loan Agreement from African Export-Import Bank.
- One of the Bidders in connection with EGAS tender for re-gasification services via Floating Storage Re-gasification Unit (FSRU 3).
- Part of the Lenders in connection with the New Capital 4800MW and Borolus 4800MW power projects.
2017 – License en Droit, Law School, Ain Shams University
2016 – Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, The American University in Cairo (AUC)