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Al Tamimi & Company

AL DHOW TOWER, 16TH FLOOR, KHALED BIN AL WALEED ST, SHARQ, PO BOX 29551, SAFAT 13156, KUWAIT
Tel:
Work +965 2 246 2253
Fax:
Fax +965 2296 6424
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Web:
www.tamimi.com

Kuwait

Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 2

Al Tamimi & Company

Al Tamimi & Company is regularly instructed in Islamic and conventional finance transactions spanning trade, real estate and M&A financing. Headed by Omar Handoush, the department also has expertise in financial regulatory analyses and the structuring of investment funds. Also recommended is Alex Saleh, who has experience of Islamic and conventional syndicated loan transactions and also handles project finance.

Leading individuals

Alex Saleh - Al Tamimi & Company

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Commercial, corporate and M&A
Commercial, corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 1

Al Tamimi & Company

Al Tamimi & Company advises on joint ventures and distribution agreements, shareholder agreements, M&A and transactional due diligence. The practice is jointly headed by Philip Kotsis and Alex Saleh. Senior associate Aaron Dikos is also recommended.

Next Generation Partners

Aaron Dikos - Al Tamimi & Company

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Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 2

Al Tamimi & Company

Al Tamimi & Company handles disputes in the fields of transportation, banking, employment and IP. The Kuwait-based practice is jointly headed by Philip Kotsis and Alex Saleh, and includes Yaqoub Yousef Al-Munayee, who has experience advocating before the Court of Cassation and is regularly engaged in arbitration.

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Privatisation and projects
Privatisation and projects - ranked: tier 1

Al Tamimi & Company

Al Tamimi & Company is jointly headed by Philip Kotsis and Alex Saleh, who have experience of infrastructure, power generation, water desalinisation and wastewater projects. Highlights included advising the Kuwait Authority for Partnership Projects on the commissioning, financing, design and construction of the Umm Al Hayman wastewater project.

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