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Bashir Ahmed

Bashir Ahmed

Partner

Afridi & Angell
United Arab Emirates

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Profile
Mr Ahmed joined the firm in 1988 and became a partner in 1993. He advises clients on cross-border, general corporate and commercial, private equity, banking, licensing and maritime matters.

Mr Ahmed has extensive experience in domestic and cross-border acquisitions where he advises buyers and sellers on the due diligence process, the deal structuring, and drafting of agreements in connections with acquiring and divesting of share interest in the UAE. He also advises international and domestic banks on a wide range of matters including loan and credit facilities, syndications and regulatory matters. He was seconded to the regional office of an international bank for a period of 18 months, and acted as counsel for the Middle East and South Asia operations.

His martime practice involves advising ship owners and P&I Clubs, dry docks and a number of ship repair companies on shipbuilding contracts, arrest of vessels, cargo claims, as well as advising on disputes. He represents a number of banks on ship financing transactions.


Education

LLM, Punjab University Law College in Lahore, Pakistan, 1986
BA, Jurisprudence, Oxford University, 1983
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Professional Associations

  • International Bar Association
Articles

Centre for Amicable Settlement of Disputes No Longer has Jurisdiction When a Bank is Party to Dispute
Afridi & Angell, May 2017

The Centre for Amicable Settlement of Disputes (the “Centre”) was established by Dubai Law No. 16 of 2009 and is entrusted with the task of attempting to mediate disputes, prior to such disputes being referred to court. The Centre is affiliated with the Dubai Courts and the mediators appointed in the Centre act under the supervision of a judge. If the parties reach a settlement, such a settlement must be recorded in writing, signed by the parties and attested by a judge...

New UAE Pledge Law over Movable Assets
Afridi & Angell, January 2017

Overview The new Pledge Law of the UAE was enacted on 12 December 2016 as Federal Law No. 20 of 2016. The Pledge Law was published in the Federal Official Gazette on 15 December 2016 and will become effective on 15 March 2017. The Pledge Law introduces a new regime for registering a pledge over movable assets which are pledged as security for the repayment of a debt...

Additional Articles

• Co-author of Acquisition Finance (UAE chapter), 2016, Getting the Deal Through
• Co-author of Banking Regulation (UAE chapter), 2016, Getting the Deal Through
• Co-author of Doing Business in the United Arab Emirates, 2015/16, PLC Multi-jurisdictional Guide
• Co-author of Acquisition Finance (UAE chapter), 2015, Getting the Deal Through
• Co-author of Banking Regulation (UAE chapter), 2015, Getting the Deal Through
• Co-author of Litigation and Enforcement in the United Arab Emirates, 2015/2016, PLC Multi-jurisdictional Guide
• Co-author of The Restructuring Review (UAE chapter), 8th edition 2015, The Law Reviews
• Dubai as the world's capital of Islamic Economy: The roadmap ahead, Islamic Finance News Roundtable (series 2014)
• Co-author of Arrest of Vessels, Maritime Law Handbook, 2015, Kluwer Law International



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