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Al Tamimi & Company, the largest law firm in the Middle East, has announced the appointment of Head of IPOs Mohamed Khodeir to lead the Qatar office. He is currently a corporate partner in the firm’s Dubai office and he will lead the office in Doha with immediate effect.
Mohamed joined Al Tamimi in 2006, having previously qualified and then practiced in Egypt and in Kuwait. He advises corporate, institutional, government and international clients on corporate, securities, banking, tax, labour, dispute resolution and regulatory issues and he has been extensively involved in major M&A and IPO transactions throughout the region.
Mohamed has been repeatedly chosen as one of the region’s leading corporate lawyers in the Asialaw Leading Lawyers Survey.
Commenting on his appointment Mohamed Khodeir said: “I am delighted to be moving to the Qatar office. We have a reputation for excellence which is unrivalled, and there are significant opportunities for growth with the resurgence of corporate markets in Qatar and across the MENA region.”
Al Tamimi & Company founder and senior partner Essam Al Tamimi, added: “We are delighted that Mohamed will be leading our Qatar office. Qatar is a very important jurisdiction for the firm and Mohamed’s leadership and expertise in both corporate and transactional matters will be invaluable in supporting our clients in this fast growing market.”