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Mohamed is an associate in our Corporate and M&A group in the UAE. Mohamed advises family offices, high net worth persons, financial institutions, banks, investment firms, private-equity firms and government-owned companies on public and private mergers and acquisitions.
Advising NMC Hospital on its US$200 million acquisition of CosmeSurge Clinics, a premium cosmetic surgery brand in the UAE.
Advising Emirates Hospitals Group on its circa US$100m acquisition of Al Khalidi Hospital, a major provider of inpatient and outpatient care in Jordan with renowned cancer treatment facilities.
Advising Al Hokair Group on its pioneering joint venture with Cinepolis in relation to the establishment and operation of movie theatres in Saudi Arabia.
Advising the Kuwait Food Company (Americana Group) on its divestment of shares in Gulfa Water (a manufacturer of bottled water products in the UAE) to private Emirati investors as an off-market exchange on the Dubai Financial Market.
Advising Abu Dhabi Financial Group on its proposed acquisition of certain distressed real estate assets in the GCC, India and North Africa.
Representation of Etisalat on its proposed joint venture with Noor Bank in connection with the setting up and operation of a digital wallet business.
Advising United Arab Shipping Company on its merger with Hapag-Lloyd (and the restructuring of United Arab Shipping Co. in connection with such merger).
Representation of Emirates Cable TV and Multimedia (E-Vision) on its investment in Playco Holdings and the distribution of StarzPlay content on its E-Life platforms.
Advising the International Finance Group (the investment arm of the World Bank) on its multi-million dollar equity investment in Alcazar Energy Partners in connection with its proposed clean energy ventures across the world.
Representation of DP World on its US$670 million acquisition of Sokhna Port, Egypt, through the acquisition of a substantial shareholding in ECHCO, the company established for the operation of the port, from Amiral Holdings and Orascom Construction.