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Within Banking and finance, Abdullah Kh. Al-Ayoub & Associates is a second tier firm,

Abdullah Kh. Al-Ayoub & Associates advised a leading global investment bank on formulating industry practice for the marketing of investment products and services and other issues in accordance with new capital markets regulations. The firm also acted as local counsel to Allen & Gledhill LLP, advising a global Chinese banking group on the marketing of foreign investment products.

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Within Corporate and M&A, Abdullah Kh. Al-Ayoub & Associates is a second tier firm,

ASAR – Al Ruwayeh & Partners is a very popular local firm, which acts for local and international companies as well as on referrals from foreign law firms. Highlights included advising Automak Automotive Company on Investcorp Fund’s $50m acquisition of shares in the company and acting as local counsel for Al Masar Leasing & Investment Company on its $270m merger with Amar Finance & Leasing. Rob Little is ‘extremely able, highly experienced and immensely pragmatic’.

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Within Dispute resolution, Abdullah Kh. Al-Ayoub & Associates is a third tier firm,

Abdullah Kh. Al-Ayoub & Associates is representing a Kuwaiti medicines distributor in a $25m ICC arbitration against a pharmaceuticals multinational. Prateek Shete gives ‘clear advice’.

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