Nour Ghaleb is an English qualified lawyer based in Dubai. He has also worked in the Cairo, London and Paris offices, focusing on oil and gas and projects and infrastructure finance. Nour has experience in working with sponsors, export credit agencies and development finance institutions.
Representation of Carbon Holdings as sponsor on all aspects of the proposed US$11 billion Tahrir petrochemical project in Egypt.
Representation of the Egyptian National Authority for Tunnels in respect of the approx. EUR 1.886 billion UK Export Finance-guaranteed facility to finance the development of each of the New Capital City monorail and the 6th October City monorail in Cairo and their operation and maintenance.
Representation of ADES International Holding PLC on (i) the issuance of a US$325 million high yield bond, 8.625% senior secured notes due 2024; (ii) the refinancing of their existing US$450 million syndicated facility; and (iii) a number of working capital facilities totalling in aggregate US$250 million.
Representation of the mandated lead arrangers, led by Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank and including Egyptian and international banks, in connection with the syndicated leveraged Islamic facilities and working capital facility of up to US$250 million provided to Maridive & Oil Services SAE, to be used for restructuring existing facilities and purchasing new vessels.
Representation of Energean Oil & Gas in connection with the US$750 million acquisition of Edison E&P.
Representation of the lenders in relation to the US$159 million acquisition financing to East Gas Company.
Representation of the sponsor group comprising Phoenix Power Ventures, ib vogt GmbH and Infinity Solar on the development and financing of the 50 MW solar power generation plant in Aswan, Egypt as part of the Feed-in Tariff Program.
Representation of Alvogen on the sale of its Central and Eastern European business to Zentiva.
Representation of Afreximbank in relation to a US$3 billion short term facilities to a number of Egyptian banks.
Representation of CI Capital Investment Bank and Jefferies International on the EGP 1.7 billion initial public offering of CI Capital Holding.