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Eversheds El Heni (a member of Eversheds Sutherland)

RUE LAC TANA, LES BERGES DU LAC, 1053 TUNIS, TUNISIA
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Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 2

Eversheds El Heni (a member of Eversheds Sutherland)

Eversheds El Heni (a member of Eversheds Sutherland)'s Tunisia practice is led by Farès Koussay El Heni and Mohamed Raouf El Heni, who advise international institutions and corporations on a wide scope of financing issues, notably regulatory matters. Paris-based Boris Martor is also a key contact.

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Commercial, corporate and M&A
Commercial, corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 1

Eversheds El Heni (a member of Eversheds Sutherland)

Eversheds El Heni (a member of Eversheds Sutherland)’s team is led by Farès Koussay El Heni, who advises international companies on investments, competition and corporate regulation. The team also includes Mohamed Raouf El Heni and Mejdoub Soundès.

Leading individuals

Fares Koussay El Heni - Eversheds El Heni (a member of Eversheds Sutherland)

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Foreign firms
Foreign firms - ranked: tier 1

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP’s Tunisia team is led by Farès Koussay El Heni and excels in corporate M&A, banking and insurance, among other areas. In recent work, the firm advised the International Finance Corporation (IFC) on the banking regulations and investment aspects of two high-value financial projects. Clients include the state of Tunisia and Nokia. Paris-based Boris Martor co-heads the Africa group and is recommended for his expertise in energy and infrastructure.

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