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UNIT E3, HOUSE NO 1A, ROAD NO 35, GULSHAN 2, DHAKA 1212, BANGLADESH
Tel:
Work +88 02 883 6629
Email:
Web:
www.sattarandco.com
Sattar&Co., Sameer Sattar, Dhaka, BANGLADESH

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Sameer Sattar

Tel:
Work +8801711432101
Email:
Sattar&Co.

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Sattar&Co.

Position

Head of Firm

Career

Sameer Sattar is a Barrister with specific interest in commercial transactions and dispute resolution matters. In Bangladesh, Barrister Sattar’s practice primarily involves corporate and commercial advisory work and litigation. This includes, inter alia acquisition of private companies and banks, setting up limited companies in Bangladesh, advising foreign companies on joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions and other commercial issues, loan syndication for projects and drafting commercial documentation generally.

Barrister Sattar’s practice in London (at Debevoise & Plimpton and, later at, Volterra Fietta) focused on international arbitration. He has worked on and appeared as counsel in several international arbitration held under the auspices of the ICC, UNCITRAL, LCIA, SIAC and ICSID rules. He has extensive experience both in commercial and investment treaty arbitration. In Bangladesh, Barrister Sattar also advises and represents clients on arbitration matters.

Languages

Bengali and English.

Member

Advocate, Bangladesh Supreme Court

Education

LLB (Hons.), LLM (University College London)

Leisure

Snooker, Tennis and Squash


Bangladesh

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Within: Leading firms

Sattar&Co. specialises in M&A and corporate law. The firm also provides advice on energy and project finance. The client base includes Singapore Airlines, Nuvista Pharma and Sasha Denims. Sameer Sattar heads the firm.

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