Our practice’s full-service solution advises a vast range of clients on the optimal corporate structures to achieve their business and commercial objectives.
The strength of our team comes not only from our in-depth knowledge and experience of regional laws and regulations, but also from our awareness of local regulatory practices achieved through close working relationships with regulatory authorities and ministries.
Our expertise extends to structuring, restructuring and reorganising onshore and free zone corporate entities across the region.
Our expertise which spans all aspects of corporate structuring and restructuring includes the following:
- Advice on regional corporate structuring, restructuring and re-organisation
- Dedicated corporate structuring solutions for regional share and asset acquisitions
- Advice on corporate structuring and licensing to fit multi-jurisdictional business activities and commercial needs.
- Drafting, reviewing and advising on all related structuring agreements
- Regulatory advice, strategy and compliance
- Advice on establishing and developing free zones and related regulatory and legislative framework
- Advising government authorities on regulatory frameworks to attract foreign investment and facilitate corporate incubation
- Advising on all aspects of corporate licensing
- Advising on and implementing changes to corporate ownership structures
- Advising on corporate matters connected with government tendering
- Corporate due diligence for share and asset acquisitions or internal house keeping
Al Tamimi and Company’s culture of inter-practice co-operation lends our clients a wealth of complementary legal expertise. To offer a 360-degree support solution, we work closely with other practices across the firm including corporate commercial, employment, banking and finance, litigation and arbitration, IP/IT.
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