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Al Tamimi & Company

DIFC-6TH FLOOR, BUILDING 4 EAST, DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE, PO BOX 9725, DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Tel:
Work +971 4 364 1641
Fax:
Fax +971 4 364 1777
Email:
Web:
www.tamimi.com

Mamoon Khan

Tel:
Work +971 4 364 1641
Email:
Web:
www.tamimi.com
Al Tamimi & Company

Work Department

Banking & Finance

Position

Partner

Career

 

Mamoon Khan is a partner in the Banking department at Al Tamimi & Company having specialised in Banking, Corporate Lending, Project Finance and Aircraft Finance transactions (conventional and Islamic).

Before joining Al Tamimi & Company Mamoon worked for Orr, Dignam & Co (a law firm in Pakistan) following his call to the Bar in 2001 and was primarily involved in Banking and Corporate Finance work including mergers, acquisitions and privatizations (in the banking, energy and telecommunication industry) as well as advising on project finance, derivatives and capital market transactions. 

Languages

Arabic, English, Hindi and Urdu

Member

2001 – Honourable Society of Inner Temple

2001 – Sind Bar Council

2001 – Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple)

Education

2000 – LLM, King College London

1999 – LLB, University of Buckingham


United Arab Emirates

Banking and finance

Within: Banking and finance

Al Tamimi & Company has a particular strength in the UAE law elements of deals, lending itself to deals with more challenging security elements. Jody Waugh handles project-related work, and also advised Citibank on the UAE elements of its global sale of its prepaid card business to Wirecard. Mamoon Khan (who is qualified in Pakistan and as an English barrister) assisted Bank Alfalah, the fifth-largest bank in Pakistan, with its entry to the UAE via the creation of a wholesale branch. Khan also advised the State Bank of India on providing Emirates National Oil Company with term loans. Senior associate Mark Brown advised Cityland Real Estate on borrowing $142m to develop a mall in Dubai. Other clients include Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, as well as some Chinese lenders.

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