Kuwait > Privatisation and project finance
Privatisation and project finance
- ASAR – Al Ruwayeh & Partners (In Association with Stephenson Harwood)
- Al Tamimi & Company
- DLA Piper Kuwait in Association with (NEN) Al-Wagayan, Al Awadhi and Al-Saif
International Legal Group in association with SNR Denton & Co
- Al-Twaijri & Partners Law Firm (TLF)
Bader Saud Al-Bader & Partners, The Law Office of
International Counsel Bureau
ASAR – Al Ruwayeh & Partners (In Association with Stephenson Harwood) is experienced in advising government agencies on proposed projects, and continues to act for the Kuwait Ministry of Electricity and Water and the Partnerships Technical Bureau on the Al Zour $1.8bn IWPP project.
Al Tamimi & Company has experience acting for banks, investors and the government. Alex Saleh and Philip Kotsis are advising a consortium of banks on the $1.5bn Azzour North Project.
Led by the ‘exceptional and very skilful’ Abdul Aziz Al-Yaqout and noted for its ‘commercial approach’, DLA Piper Kuwait in Association with (NEN) Al-Wagayan, Al Awadhi and Al-Saif is advising the Kuwait Capital Markets Authority on the privatisation of the Kuwait Stock Exchange.
International Legal Group in association with SNR Denton & Co is representing the Kuwaiti government’s Partnerships Technical Bureau and Ministry of Communications on the Broadband PPP project.
Al-Twaijri & Partners Law Firm (TLF) represents investors, lenders and sponsors across a wide range of projects.
At The Law Office of Bader Saud Al-Bader & Partners, Kevin Burke is experienced in major GCC projects.
International Counsel Bureau has a strong track record in both project finance and privatisation. It has advised Equate Petrochemical Company and Kuwait National Petroleum, among others.