Taylor Wessing Middle East appoints Habib Ullah as head of banking in Dubai
Taylor Wessing has announced that Habib Ullah has joined Taylor Wessing Middle East, the law firm’s Dubai office, as its head of banking.
Ullah spent the first 10 years of his career in Taylor Wessing’s London office before joining Nabarro as a partner to establish its Islamic finance practice. He will spearhead Taylor Wessing Dubai’s finance practice, offering both conventional and Islamic finance expertise.
Ullah acts for a range of international and local banks and other financial institutions based both in Europe and the Middle East. Clients include a number of German banks as well as prestige clients such as the Investment Dar and Aston Martin.
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