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Al Tamimi & Company

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Sharjah, Riyadh, Ras Al Khaimah, Muscat, Manama, Kuwait City and 8 more


Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 2

Al Tamimi & Company

Alex Saleh and Philip Kotsis co-head the team at Al Tamimi & Company, which has an impressive roster of banking clients and is experienced in high-end mandates. Recent highlights include advising NBK Capital as manager on a $53m bond issuance by SADITA Holding Company.

Leading individuals

Alex Saleh - Al Tamimi & Company

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Corporate and M&A
Corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 2

Al Tamimi & Company

Philip Kotsis heads the corporate and commercial practice at Al Tamimi & Company, which recently advised Impulse International for Telecommunications on its venture capital investment which included complex transfer of equity elements and the creation of an SPV registered in the British Virgin Islands.

Leading individuals

Philip Kotsis - Al Tamimi & Company

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Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 2

Al Tamimi & Company

Al Tamimi & Company attracts some of Kuwait’s leading merchant families and other domestic clients with its strong litigation credentials.

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 2

Al Tamimi & Company

Al Tamimi & Company has been highly active in trade mark filings and disputes, and regularly handles referrals from its Dubai office. Recent clients include Paris Gallery WLL and Nokia. Yaqoub Al Munayae and Philip Kotsis are the names to note.

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Privatisation and projects
Privatisation and projects - ranked: tier 1

Al Tamimi & Company

Al Tamimi & Company has a strong reputation for PPP and project finance work, its impressive client roster spanning lenders, government bodies and state-owned enterprises. Philip Kotsis and Alex Saleh are the practice co-heads.

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United Arab Emirates

Offices in Sharjah, Dubai, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Ras Al Khaimah


Offices in Baghdad and Erbil


Offices in Amman


Offices in Kuwait City


Offices in Muscat


Offices in Doha

Saudi Arabia

Offices in Riyadh

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