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Banking and finance in Egypt

Al Kamel Law Firm

Al Kamel Law Firm‘s banking and finance group regularly acts as local counsel for international financial institutions, including advising the International Finance Corporation on loan transactions and facilities in Egypt. Founding and managing partner Mohamed Kamel, who has a proven track record in project finance work, leads the practice alongside Rasheed Kamel, an expert in securitisation and capital markets law. Shahira Khaled is also a significant presence in the team and has a solid reputation for her expertise in acquisition finance.

Practice head(s):

Mohamed Kamel; Rasheed Kamel

Other key lawyers:

Shahira Khaled

Key clients

Export-Import Bank of the United States

DEG – Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft

Oesterreichische Entwicklungsbank

Nordea Bank

Palm Hills Developments

Al Tamimi & Company

Al Tamimi & Company has a long-established and enviable banking and finance offering in Egypt and across the MENA region. The practice is able ‘to deal with all problems effectively’, acting for clients such as major local and international banks, finance providers, and corporate and sovereign entities. Jody Waugh is the firm’s regional head of banking and finance, while associate Nour Gheith has experience of complex banking and project finance transactions across a diverse range of sectors.

Practice head(s):

Jody Waugh

Other key lawyers:

Nour Gheith


‘They always know what the client needs and always offer professional legal advice to deal with all problems effectively.’

‘All the lawyers are nice and professional and have great enthusiasm regarding the legal services.’

Key clients

First Abu Dhabi Bank Fab

HSBC Bank Middle East Limited

Standard Chartered Bank UAE

The European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

National Bank of Egypt

National Bank of Kuwait (Egypt)

Arab African International Bank

Intro Investments Holding Ltd

Abu Auf Holding Netherlands B.V. (Netherlands)

Mashreq Bank PSC

Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank

Arab African International Bank S.A.E

Al Tayseer International


Helmy, Hamza & Partners (member firm of Baker & McKenzie International)

Helmy, Hamza & Partners (member firm of Baker & McKenzie International) offers a ‘diligent and alert’ banking and finance practice in Egypt, which is ‘highly knowledgeable’ across the gamut of acquisition, project and real estate finance, as well as bank lending, derivatives and regulatory matters. The Cairo-based team caters to a particularly broad span of clients, with a focus on major players in the financial services, renewable energy, transport and petrochemical sectors. Managing partner and practice co-head Mohamed Ghannam has vast experience of advising international and Egyptian governmental bodies. Co-head Lamyaa Gadelhak brings extensive expertise in project finance in the energy, mining and infrastructure sectors, while Mohamed Elharmy is a trusted advisor to numerous commercial lenders, ECAs, sponsors and borrowers.

Practice head(s):

Mohamed Ghannam; Lamyaa Gadelhak

Other key lawyers:

Mohamed Elharmy


‘They are reliable and business-minded.’

‘Lamyaa Gadelhak is innovative and very responsive.’

‘The team is diligent and alert, ready to take action with great knowledge, so it feels like any client can rely on the team with trust. They are disciplined and organised, bringing a high level of analysis of any subject and detailed recommendations wherever necessary.’

‘Very supportive and have ideas that are outside the box.’

‘Trusted and have robust knowledge.’

‘The banking and finance field is highly complex and is regulated heavily which sets it apart from many other sectors. Baker & McKenzie were able to provide deep knowledge in such a complex field very easily and were ready to answer any questions that we had.’

‘We valued Mohamed Ghannam’s prompt communication and responses to all enquiries, along with his extensive knowledge in the field.’

Key clients

ACWA Power

African Development Bank

African Export-Import Bank (Afrexim Bank)

Ahli United Bank (Uk) Plc

Alsubh Solar Power S.A.E


Arab African International Bank (AAIB)

Arab Banking Corporation

Arab International Bank

Attijariwafa Bank

Bank Of America Merrill Lynch

Banque Du Caire

Banque Misr

Baraka For Trade & Investment

BayWa R.E. Solar Projects Gmbh

Bechtel Egypt S.A.E.

Bechtel Limited


Branch Of NJSC Naftogaz Of Ukraine

British American Tobacco Co., Egypt

Egypt Hydrocarbon Corporation S.A.E

Egypt Kuwait Holding Co., S.A.E

Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC)


Hutchison Ports Europe Ltd

International Finance Corporation (IFC)

Marakez Delta For Real Estate Projects

Mashreq Bank


National Bank Of Egypt

National Egyptian Railway Industries Company (NERIC)

National Service Projects Organization (NSPO)

New Renewable Energy Authority (NREA)

Orascom Development Egypt (ODE)

Rand Merchant Bank

Rawasy For Urban Development S.A.E

Rising Sun Energy S.A.E

Russian Industries Overseas Egypt Rio Llc

Sunrise Energy

The Egyptian Ministry Of Finance

The Sovereign Fund Of Egypt

Work highlights

  • Acted as the Egyptian legal counsel to AMEA Power on the development and financing of a 500MW wind farm located in Ras Ghareb, near the Gulf of Suez, with a total investment cost of USD 709 million.
  • Acted for Banque Misr and Arab African International Bank (AAIB) as lenders’ counsel on a real estate facility granted to Al Alamia For Real Estate Investment, a fully owned subsidiary of Hassan Allam Group company.
  • Acted as English law and Egyptian law counsel to the National Bank of Egypt as a facility agent and leader of a syndicate of 24 banks, in relation to the financing and structuring of a security package for Evergrow, a leading local and regional company in the specialty fertilisers field.

Matouk Bassiouny & Hennawy

Considered by some as ‘the best law firm in Egypt’, Matouk Bassiouny & Hennawy is ‘highly knowledgeable and engaged’ with regard to all bank, non-banking financial institution and capital markets matters. The practice continues to maintain its traditional focus on large-scale financings, as well as expanding into new niche areas such as advising local banks on security perfection and sanctions-related restructuring. Regional managing partner and head of finance and projects Mahmoud Bassiouny is a trusted advisor to international commercial banks and export credit agencies. Ashraf Hendi is a key contact for project and equity finance transactions, and counsel Nadia Abdallah is well versed in significant transactions in the energy, logistics and infrastructure sectors.

Practice head(s):

Mahmoud Bassiouny; Ashraf Hendi

Other key lawyers:

Nadia Abdallah


‘Best law firm in Egypt. Highly knowledgeable and engaged. They act as partners to our firm and not just service providers. We use them for all our legal matters with respects to banks, NBFIs and capital markets activities (e.g. securitisations).’

‘Competent, with extensive experience. Able to come up with good solutions. Standouts include Mahmoud Bassiouny.’

‘Excellent team. They are our go-to firm for all banking and finance queries and matters in Egypt. They are very responsive and solution-oriented.’

‘Mahmoud Bassiouny is in our view one of the best banking and finance lawyers in Egypt. He is super available and is the person we approach for complex financing matters.’

‘Nadia Abdallah is a very safe pair of hands and provides excellent advice on complex matters.’

Key clients

Red Sea Wind Energy S.A.E.

National Bank of Egypt

Banque Misr

Banque du Caire SAE


Arab African International Bank



HSBC Bank Middle East Limited

Happag Lloyd

Work highlights

  • Represented Red Sea Wind Energy S.A.E., a consortium comprising ENGIE, Toyota Tsusho, and Orascom Construction, in connection with the development, design, construction, financing, operations and maintenance of a 500MW wind power plant project located on the Gulf of Suez.
  • Represented Maridive in connection with the restructuring of USD 219,370,176 Islamic and conventional facilities availed respectively by a syndicate of banks (Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, Arab African International Bank, Arab International Bank (Cairo), Mashreq Bank, Industrial Development Bank and Sharjah Islamic Bank) and the EBRD.
  • Represented the lenders in connection with a EGP 6,373,000,000 long-term financing extended to First Design for Urban Investment and Development S.A.E. (the borrower) under an asset purchase and development transaction, involving the Arab Company for Projects and Urban Development S.A.E. in its capacity as seller and asset manager.

MHR & Partners in association with White & Case LLP

MHR & Partners in association with White & Case LLP‘s banking and finance practice is ‘one of the leaders in the market’ and regularly assists Egyptian companies with their overseas investments, as well as working with local and global corporates, financial institutions and government entities on complex financial transactions and disputes. Sherief Rashed is a standout figure within the practice and brings immense project and Islamic financing experience to the table, as is Ziad Gadalla, whose ‘deep knowledge and acquaintance with the market makes him a go-to person for banking and finance transactions’. Tarek Mohanna is also a key contact, especially for energy, infrastructure and project finance.

Practice head(s):

Sherief Rashed; Ziad Gadalla

Other key lawyers:

Tarek Mohanna


‘The firm’s banking and finance practice is one of the leaders in the market due to the strong track record of its team. Committing to high-quality service while accommodating the client’s business needs is one of the team’s strongest traits.’

‘Ziad Gadalla has shown an uncontested level of dedication and engagement which really differentiates him from other practitioners. Ziad’s deep knowledge and acquaintance with the market makes him a to-go-person for the banking and finance transactions.’

Key clients

National Authority for Tunnels (NAT)

TCI Sanmar

ZMI Group

ADES Group

Carbon Holdings

Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank

CI Capital

NI Capital

EFG Hermes

Tahrir Petrochemicals Company

Egypt Hydrocarbon Corporation (EHC)

Sixth of October for Real Estate and Development (Sodic)

Egyptian Ethylene and Derivatives Company (Ethydco)


Commercial International Bank

Banque Misr

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

African Export Import Bank (Afreximbank)

Arab Petroleum Investments Cooperation

Arab African International Bank

Work highlights

  • Represented ADES Group in connection with the US$1.6 billion hybrid (conventional and Islamic) financing granted to ADES Arabia Holding JSC (a newly incorporated entity and one of the few holding companies incorporated in Saudi Arabia) and ADES Saudi Limited Company for the refinancing of existing debt and financing recent major acquisitions.
  • Advised ZMI Group, a major oil and gas services vessel operator/charterer, in connection with an up to US$500 million multi-tiered senior secured financing.
  • Advising on all aspects of the proposed petrochemical complex in Egypt.

Shalakany Law Office

One of the truly leading Egyptian firms’, the banking and finance group at Shalakany Law Office continues to be involved in high-value project finance transactions, especially in relation to wind energy projects. Mariam Fahmy leads the practice and regularly acts for both procurers and bidders on PPP projects, while senior associate Youssef Helmy has a solid track record of acting for commercial banks in the project financing space, especially on renewable energy projects. Aly El Shalakany is also a name to note.

Practice head(s):

Mariam Fahmy

Other key lawyers:

Aly El Shalakany; Youssef Helmy


‘The team were responsive and helpful. They made the division of labour clear which was helpful and kept us up to date.’

‘One of the truly leading Egyptian firms. Helpful, responsive, professional and capable. What more could one want?’

‘The team are knowledgeable and responsive.’

‘The Shalakany team are always responsive, commercial and solutions orientated.’

‘A reliable banking team providing meticulous advice with attention to detail.’

‘Mariam Fahmy has a good knowledge of banking law and always provides advice with a deep analysis of the underlying legal risks and the ways to avoid or mitigate such risks. She is meticulous and very clear in her advice delivery and ensures a timely and comprehensive service.’

Key clients

Africa Finance Corporation (AFC)

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)


Emirates NBD P.J.S.C


Zaki Hashem & Partners, Attorneys at Law

The banking and finance team at Zaki Hashem & Partners, Attorneys at Law is supported by its specialists in the corporate, capital markets and litigation departments to provide a full-service offering, covering a wide range of complex matters which spans acquisition and leveraged finance, securities lending and regulatory compliance. Of counsel Ragia Omran heads the practice and brings a proven track record of handling complex transactions including syndicated loan agreements. Responsible for advising non-banking financial entities, Helal El Hossary is a key contact for capital markets matters, as is Soha El Ezaby.

Practice head(s):

Ragia Omran; Helal El Hossary

Other key lawyers:

Soha El Ezaby

Key clients

Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank – Egypt (ADIB)

Accelero Capital and Planet Investment

Actis LLP

AIG Egypt Insurance Company

Alexandria Container and Cargo Handling Company SAE

Al-Ezz Steel

Alubaf Arab International Bank B.S.C.

Amer Group of Companies

Arab Bank

Arab Company for Asset Management and Development

Arafa Group of Companies

Attijariwafa Bank Egypt

Banca IMI S.p.A. UK

Beltone Capital

BPE Holding

Citigroup Global Markets Limited

Commercial International Bank Egypt (CIB Egypt)

Commercial International Investment Company (CIIC)

Consulya for Renting Administrative Units SAE


Deutsche Bank

Dunia Finance L.L.C.

Eagle Chemicals

eFinance SAE

EFG Hermes

Egypt Factors SAE

Egypt Foods SAE

Egyptian Gulf Bank SAE

Engineering for the Petroleum & Process Industries (Enppi)

European University in Egypt (EUE)

Fawry for Banking Technology and Electronic Payments SAE

First Abu Dhabi Bank PJSC UAE

Ghabbour Group of Companies

Global Ventures

Gold Net

Hang Seng Bank Limited (HASE)

Hikma Pharma Egypt SAE

Holding Company for Investment & Development

Housing and Development Bank

HSBC Bank plc

International Finance Corporation (IFC)

J.P. Morgan Securities Plc UK


Madinet Nasr for Housing and Development (MNHD)

Mashreq Bank

Middle East Turnaround Investment (Haykala)

Misr Cement Company (QENA)

MM Holding for Paper and Packaging

Modern Nile Cotton

Morgan Stanley & Co. International plc UK

National Bank of Abu Dhabi PJSC

National Bank of Egypt

National Investment Bank

Natixis France

NI Capital Holding Company for Financial Investments

Novo Nordisk Egypt Pharmaceutical


Palm Hills for Development

Project Agora

PV Hardware Solutions S.L.U

Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB)

Qatar National Bank (QNB)

Raya Holding for Financial Investment

Sanofi Egypt

Shahry for Consumer Finance SAE

Société de Promotion et de Participation pour la Coopération Economique (PROPARCO)

Speed Medical SAE

SP Legal Consultants

Standard Chartered Bank UAE

Talaat Mostafa Group of Companies

TBE Egypt for Solution and Payment Services SAE

The Industrial Fund for Developing Countries (IFU)

Vitas Egypt for Microfinance

Vodafone Egypt Telecommunications

Wadi Group


Work highlights

  • Advising the Cotton, Spinning, Weaving & Garment Holding on the Euro 540 million Facility Agreements from SACE S.p.A. and the Swiss Export Risk Insurance.
  • Advising Aman Financial Services SAE and Aman Consumer Finance SAE on the EGP 859 million securitisation bond issuance.
  • Acting as the sole legal counsel to German Automotive on the USD 40 million capital increase of Global Auto SAE.

Zulficar & Partners Law Firm

Zulficar & Partners Law Firm handles a steady stream of high-value banking, project and Islamic finance transactions, as well as advising lenders and borrowers on sophisticated syndicated loans, club deals and debt restructuring agreements. The team is led by the founding partner pair of Mona Zulficar, who is a project finance specialist, and Ashraf Ihab, who has a robust track record in a diverse range of complex transactions spanning credit facilities and debt restructuring agreements. Dania El Samad is also developing a strong project finance practice, regularly acting for a number of top lenders, borrowers, and governmental and corporate entities.

Practice head(s):

Ashraf Ihab; Mona Zulficar

Other key lawyers:

Dania El Samad

Key clients

Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait – Egypt

Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait K.S.C.P

Arab African International Bank

Arab Banking Corporation

African Export-Import Bank

Audi Bank

Banque Misr

Beltone Financial

Cairo Investment for Real Estate Development

Capital Med

Central Bank of Egypt

Citi Bank

Citadel Capital

Commercial International Bank

Credit Agricole Egypt

EFG Hermes

Egyptian Mud Engineering & Chemicals Co.

Egyptian Methanex Methanol Company, SAE


Ghabbour Auto

GB Capital

MUFG Securities EMEA plc.

National Bank of Egypt

National Bank of Kuwait

National Automotive Company

Powertek (Formerly Tanjong)


Sky Finance

Societe Generale Bank

Suez Canal Bank

The European Bank for Reconstruction & Development

The United Bank

The Bank of New York Mellon

The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi

Work highlights

  • Advised National Bank of Egypt, SAE on the syndicated long-term facility agreement amounting to EGP 2,000,000,000 to Bawabet Al Sharq New Cairo for Real Estate Investment Company S.A.E to partially finance the development cost of zones 2D and 3D of the City Gate project located in Cairo.
  • Advised Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank PJSC ISDA on the financing transaction referencing T-Bills under the ISDA Master Agreement and Schedule, the 1995 Credit Support Annex and the confirmation thereto between ADCB and Central Bank of Egypt.
  • Advised Cairo Investment for Real Estate S.A.E (CIRA) on the issuance of the first securitisation bonds against future financial rights in Egypt amounting to EGP 2,000,000,000.

ADSERO-Ragy Soliman & Partners

ADSERO-Ragy Soliman & Partners provides comprehensive advice across a wide array of transactions, including conventional, Islamic, acquisition, leveraged and project finance. Practice head Hossam Gramon is a recognised leader in private bond and sukuk issuances, as well as having strong skills in banking litigation and enforcement. He is supported by senior associate Karima Seyam, who regularly acts for local and international banks, companies and investment banks.

Practice head(s):

Hossam Gramon

Other key lawyers:

Karima Seyam


‘The team is very efficient and responsive. The firm’s internal cooperation is also smooth. We have worked with several partners in different areas in the firm and they have always been great. They are quite adaptable to different modes of billing.’

‘We have worked with Hossam Gramon’s team for many years. Hossam and his team have always been very client-oriented and provided high-quality work. They always meet the deadline. I would recommend the team to others.’

‘Adsero provided great advice on a borrowing contract from a legal standpoint and was also aware of the ongoing commercial terms of similar deals in the market.’

‘Hossam Gramon is super responsive and creative in finding solutions for legal challenges we discuss.’

‘The team’s strengths and key capabilities include their expertise in regulatory compliance, deal structuring, and risk management. It’s essential to highlight the team’s experience, industry knowledge, and successful track record.’

‘Hossam Gramon showed attention to detail and commitment that was truly outstanding.’

Work highlights

  • Advised the Egyptian government represented by the Ministry of Finance on the first ever sovereign sukuk issuance in the international markets in the amount of USD 1.5billion and the establishment of a USD 5billion programme.
  • Advised the Egyptian government represented by the Ministry of Finance on the first ever samurai bond issuance in the Japanese markets in the amount of USD500 million.
  • Advised EBRD on its first green financing in the Egyptian market to Abou Ghaly Motors for the commissioning of 245 electric vehicles for USD100 million.

Shahid Law Firm

Shahid Law Firm is well known in the Egyptian market for its skill in handling core banking matters, covering such areas as the issuance of bank guarantees, hedge funds, syndicated loans, acquisition finance, and insolvency. Girgis Abd El-Shahid heads the team and brings over two decades of experience acting for both borrowers and lenders on project and equity finance transactions. Senior associate Nadine Khalil is also building a solid reputation for her project finance expertise.

Practice head(s):

Girgis Abd El-Shahid

Other key lawyers:

Nadine Khalil


‘The team has provided sound advice and we think that they have a good grasp not only of the legal aspects of the procedure but also of the operational and practical issues relevant in the relationship with the Egyptian authorities.’

‘Girgis Abd El-Shahid has a sound knowledge of the legal aspects of the deal and a pragmatic approach to the process.’

Key clients

Air Leisure

Arab Banking Corporation (ABC Bank)

Áridos Játiva S.L.

Banco de Sabadell, S.A.

Banque Misr SAE

Broseta Abogados

Caixabank, S.A.

Cementos La Union SA

China Development Bank

EDF Renouvelables


Egyptian Ministry of Finance

El Nasr Automotive Manufacturing Co. (NASCO)

Globeleq Africa

Hybrid Capital Inc.

International Air Transport Association (IATA)

JP Morgan Chase Bank

King & Wood Mallesons

National Bank of Greece (NBG)


Scatec Sollar

UK Export Finance

Work highlights

  • Representing UK Export Finance and several creditors in aircraft and engine financing transactions in Egypt, as part of EgyptAir’s plan to renew its aircraft arsenal.
  • Advised the China Development Bank with respect to the financing of the largest project in Egypt’s Suez Canal Economic Zone, a zone created specifically to encourage investment under a special law.
  • Advising FMO (the Dutch development bank) on the first three-year Egyptian pound loan facility for the equivalent of USD 700,000, entered into with the First Microfinance Company Egypt (FMF-E), which will be used to extend loans to female and young entrepreneurs.

Sharkawy & Sarhan Law Firm

Providing ‘clear and decisive advice on Egyptian law issues’, Sharkawy & Sarhan Law Firm has solid experience acting for financiers, developers and governmental authorities on a diverse range of cross-border transactions, particularly big-ticket financings and bank-to-bank lending. Ahmed Haggag leads the practice and brings extensive experience of handling complex transactions for key DFIs, export credit agencies and commercial banks.

Practice head(s):

Ahmed Haggag


‘Efficiency and responsiveness.’

‘Really strong in every way. Knowledgeable, user friendly, efficient and responsive. A delight.’

‘The partners are super responsive, and give clear and decisive advice on Egyptian law issues.’

Key clients

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

British International Investment PLC (BII)

Mashreq Bank PSC

China Development Bank

International Finance Corporation (IFC)

National Bank of Egypt S.A.E

Banque Misr

Work highlights

  • Advised the European Bank for Reconstruction & Development (EBRD) on a loan of up to USD 80,000,000 to Egypt Green Hydrogen S.A.E, guaranteed by, amongst others, one of the sovereign fund of Egypt’s sub funds to develop the country’s first green hydrogen facility in the Suez Canal Economic Zone and the first integrated green hydrogen plant in Africa.
  • Advised the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) on a loan of up to USD 100 million to Banque Misr.
  • Advised Mashreq Bank PSC on all Egyptian law aspects in relation to the financing granted to Telecom Egypt Company for the purpose of obtaining a licence for acquiring 5MHz spectrum in the 1800 MHz band.

ALC Alieldean Weshahi & Partners

The banking and finance team at ALC Alieldean Weshahi & Partners has carved out market recognition for its expertise in capital market transactions, with experience in sukuk issuances in relation to financial leases and real estate and trade receivables. The practice is jointly spearheaded by Bahaa Alieldean and Mahmoud Alaraby, both regularly navigating large organisations through complex banking and capital market transactions.

Practice head(s):

Bahaa Alieldean; Mahmoud Alaraby

Key clients

Contact Group

Amer Group

CI Capital (previously Misr Capital)

AUR Capital Group

Al-Tawfeek Securitization Company S.A.E

Palm Hills Developments

EFG Hermes Group

Work highlights

  • Advised Contact Financial Holding on Egypt’s first musharaka sukuk issuance for Palm Hills Development’s financing of the Badya real estate project.
  • Advised Contact Financial Holding on its 41st securitisation amounting to EGP 1.86 billion.
  • Advised Contact Financial Holding on its second mudaraba sukuk issuance.

Ibrachy Legal Consultancy

Ibrachy Legal Consultancy‘s banking and finance team continues to act for leading Egyptian multinationals and foreign clients, including the likes of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Commercial International Bank Egypt, Bank Audi Egypt and the National Bank of Greece. ‘Excellent lawyerAshraf Elibrachy leads the practice and is supported by Mostafa Elshafei and Sara Elshaarawy.

Practice head(s):

Ashraf Elibrachy

Other key lawyers:

Sara Elshaarawy; Mostafa Elshafei


‘Ashraf Elibrachy is an excellent lawyer.’

‘The team was diversified and had specific employees specialising in the different aspects of the banking project thus covering the full scope of the legal aspects of every task. Since the project was cross-border, the use of technologies was one of the main requirements and it was handled excellent by all parties.’

‘Ashraf Elibrachy and Mostafa Elshafei stand out because of their immediate replies to all issues with solid legal arguments and for investigating promptly and prioritising any query addressed to them. Also, they have scrutinised all the documents that were sent to them, providing their review of each item and their legal input.’

Key clients

National Bank of Greece

Oriental Weavers

Vantage Drilling International


International Finance Corporation (IFC)

Credit Agricole Egypt

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

Commercial International Bank Egypt (CIB)

Bank Audi Egypt

Rizkana & Partners

Rizkana & Partners’ banking and finance team consistently demonstrates ‘professionalism, ingenuity and innovation in tackling complex legal issues’, acting for a broad range of major Egyptian and multinational banks, international financial institutions and corporations. Practice co-head Hazim Rizkana is well versed in representing banks in high-value investment disputes, while co-head Sherif El Hosseny offers extensive experience in large syndicated facilities and loans, project finance and debt restructurings.

Practice head(s):

Hazim Rizkana; Sherif El Hosseny


‘Members of the firm have demonstrated professionalism, ingenuity and innovation in tackling complex legal issues and documentation referred to them for advice.’

‘Hazim Rizkana and the members of his firm have shown excellence in handling finance and credit and security legal matters.’