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Within Banking and finance, Ahmed & Qazi is a first tier firm,

The ‘very experienced’ team at Ahmed & Qazi delivers ‘a first-rate level of service’ to clients. It advised on several share transfer and debt swap arrangement matters for a consortium of banks including Summit Bank, National Bank of Pakistan, KASB Bank, United Bank and Faysal Bank. The ‘excellentIshaq Shah and Saim Hashmi are singled out for their ability to ‘resolve complex issues in a timely manner’.

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Within Capital markets, Ahmed & Qazi is a second tier firm,

Ahmed & Qazi’s ‘knowledgeable’ team exhibits ‘very fast turnaround times’ and ‘excellent business acumen’, and ‘always provides appropriate advice’. Its clients have included NIB Bank, Faysal Bank, Allied Bank and Quice Food Industries. Ishaq Shah is ‘very proactive’ and ‘provides pragmatic advice’, and Abrar Khan is ‘first-rate’.

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Within Dispute resolution, Ahmed & Qazi is a third tier firm,

Ahmed & Qazi is recommended for its ‘good industry knowledge’ and ‘hands-on assistance’. It undertakes a vast number of cases and is particularly recommended for its expertise in banking and media disputes. Team head Jam Asif is recommended along with Bahzad Haider, the ‘hardworkingNadeem Ahmed and the ‘proactive’ Saim Hashmi.

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    Squeeze-out and sell-out rights in Turkish public companies are regulated by the Communiqué on Squeeze-Out and Sell-Out Rights (the " Communiqué ") published in the Official Gazette dated 2 January 2014 effective as of 1 July 2014. The Communiqué was issued by the Capital Markets Board of Turkey (the " CMB ") in accordance with the Capital Markets Law and regulates the right to squeeze-out minority shareholders by the controlling shareholder and the minority shareholders' rights to exit the public company by selling their shares to the majority shareholder.
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