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Christopher Dixon

Christopher Dixon has accumulated a wealth of experience in relation to the laws and practices prevailing in the UAE since 1975.

Christopher Dixon

Christopher Dixon is a graduate of Cambridge University holding M.A. and LLM degrees. As managing partner of the Dubai office of Fox & Gibbons, he was closely involved in a number of the early infrastructure projects contributing towards Dubai’s success. He left Fox & Gibbons in 1996 to join Jeremy Key in establishing Key & Dixon in Dubai, which subsequently merged with Taylor Wessing at the beginning of 2008.

He has established close relationships with leading merchant families in the UAE and has continued to advise them on numerous transactions as their business empires have grown over the past 30 years.

Dixon has accumulated a wealth of experience in relation to the laws and practices prevailing in the UAE since 1975 and during this period has established close relationships with leading merchant families in the region. He has continued to advise them on numerous transactions as their business empires have grown over the past 30 years.

Dixon has advised numerous clients on the establishment and operation of joint ventures and new businesses, and on mergers, acquisitions and restructuring of companies. He has advised prominent Dubai merchant families on succession planning and corporate restructuring.

He has, over the course of his career, spoken at several conferences on different aspects of the laws of the GCC, in particular those of the UAE. He is a governor of Dubai College.

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