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Kamal Nasrollah

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Kamal Nasrollah joined Baker McKenzie in 2012 to launch and head Baker McKenzie's Casablanca office. He advises international clients on mergers and acquisitions, stock market regulation, infrastructure contracts, privatizations, concessions, joint-ventures and international arbitration. He collaborates closely with various Baker & McKenzie’s offices and practice groups. Drawing from his experience in diverse business cultures, he has become an adviser of choice for leading companies in the Middle East and North Africa. He works with major companies to identify investment opportunities in Morocco and Great North West Africa.


Morocco

Banking, finance and capital markets

Within: Leading individuals

Kamal Nasrollah - Baker & McKenzie Maroc

Within: Banking, finance and capital markets

Baker & McKenzie Maroc has a standout partner in practice head Kamal Nasrollah and counts Attijariwafa Bank, LafargeHolcim and Office National de l’Electricité et de l’Eau Potable (ONEE) among its key clients. Nasrollah acted for ONEE in the financing of its 850MW wind farm programme, which included the extension of the 200MW Koudiaal Baida wind farm.

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Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Leading individuals

Kamal Nasrollah - Baker & McKenzie Maroc

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Kamal Nasrollah leads the corporate practice at Baker & McKenzie Maroc, which advises major local and multinational clients on large M&A deals, such as acting for French company Suez on the carve-out of GE Water & Process Technologies, and assisting Laureate Education with the sale of Université Internationale de Casablanca. Associate Keltoum Boudribila is a rising star.

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