As the logistics industry continues to thrive, and with mobility being a key pillar of Expo 2020, our latest edition of Law Update looks at the Transport and Logistics sector. An area that is integral to the business and consumer supply chain because it impacts all aspects of the products and services we consume.
From expert commentary to great insights, this edition of Law Update is brimming with an interesting mix of articles ranging from maritime, aviation, insurance, and other industry insights that you don’t want to miss.
We hope this edition of Law Update provides some valuable food for thought – enjoy the read!Take a read of the edition
Sevil is a senior associate with the Corporate Structuring practice in Qatar. She is a dual qualified lawyer admitted to practice in Turkey and the State of New York. She advises primarily on corporate structuring matters and on related Qatari Corporate Commercial law.
Sevil is experienced in mergers and acquisitions, foreign investment regulations, compliance with the commercial and corporate laws and regulations of Qatar, ultimate/real beneficial ownership, economic substance, liquidation, corporate regime compliance, due diligence analysis and research for investments, 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.
Prior to joining the firm, Sevil has worked as a manager at a Big 4 audit firm in Qatar. She has also worked at a tier 1 Turkey based full service law firm where she was involved in matters relating to banking and finance, corporate and commercial law including transactional work, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions.
2017 – LLM, Columbia Law School
2012 – LLB, Galatasaray University
New York Bar Association
Istanbul Bar Association