Mr DK Singh > KBH Limited > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Lawyer Profile

KBH Limited
S903-S904, Emirates Financial Towers (South Tower)
Dubai International Financial Centre
PO Box 506546
United Arab Emirates
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Managing Partner


DK Singh is the Managing Partner of KBH Kaanuun. He has over 25 years of experience in top tier multi national firms and leads KBH’s Dispute Resolution, Corporate and Commercial teams.

He has extensive experience of working in the United Kingdom, India and the Middle East and has a reputable client led practice focusing on cross border business ventures and international dispute resolution. He has assisted clients in arbitration centres including London, USA, Singapore, Paris and Dubai. He is also actively engaged in advising companies in the financial services, hospitality, retail, upstream and downstream petrochemical sectors throughout the Middle East, North Africa and CIS countries.

DK Singh regularly contributes articles on arbitration law, mergers and acquisitions and dispute resolution in UAE and India. DK is often relied upon by the clients as a legal and commercial advisor and regularly negotiates contracts and commercial deals on their behalf.


DK Singh is fluent in English and Hindi


  • Solicitor, Law Society England and Wales
  • Advocate, Bar Council of India
  • Registered as Lawyer with Legal Affairs Department Dubai, UAE


  • LLB University of Delhi (1979)
  • MA University of Delhi India (Economics) (1982)
  • LLM London School of Economics (1991)

Lawyer Rankings

United Arab Emirates > Dispute resolution: arbitration and international litigation

KBH Limited hired experienced UK barrister Simon Perhar to act as a senior counsel in the firm’s Dubai office to further bolster the team’s capabilities, with Perhar well-positioned to advise on a full range of issues. DK Singh is primarily focused on banking and financial services litigation and Bushra Ahmed is an esteemed arbitrator. The team represents large-scale corporations and high-net-worth individuals in sensitive and multi-faceted cases that require engagement with dispute centres including the LCIA and ICC, as well as before foreign courts.