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Hogan Lovells (Middle East) LLP

Imran Mufti

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A partner in Hogan Lovells Finance practice, Imran Mufti has practiced in the Middle East for over fifteen years focusing primarily on the areas of Islamic finance and capital markets. Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Imran worked for leading international law firms in Dubai and Saudi Arabia. Imran holds a LLB (Hons) degree from the University of London. He is qualified as a solicitor in England & Wales and as an attorney-at-law in New York.


United Arab Emirates

Capital markets

Within: Capital markets

Hogan Lovells (Middle East) LLP  has expertise in sukuk, advising multilateral financial institutions on sovereign issuances, among other matters. Rahail Ali is the firm's global head of Islamic finance, with Imran Mufti also a key contact. Clients include the IFC, the Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector and the government of the Ivory Coast.

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Islamic finance

Within: Islamic finance

At Hogan Lovells (Middle East) LLP,¬†Rahail Ali¬†advised the mandated lead arrangers and bookrunners on a dual-currency syndicated murabaha lent to¬†Albaraka T√ľrk; senior associate¬†Ahmet Kalafat, who is active in a number of Turkey-related matters, was also involved in this deal. Rustum Shah's practice includes project-related deals such as assisting Dubai Islamic Bank with the financing of Construction Workers Residential City. Anthony Pallett¬†advised Omniyat on borrowing funds to be used to develop a new Dorchester-branded hotel in Dubai. On the capital markets side, Imran Mufti¬†is active on sukuk, including work for sovereign issuers.

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