Our Firm’s 25+ Key Clients Reflect the Breadth, Strength, and Quality of Our Legal Practice
Since our firm’s founding, we have been fortunate to represent some of the world’s leading companies and financial institutions. These engagements have helped to firmly establish our reputation as one of Saudi Arabia’s leading law firms in the areas of capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, corporate and commercial transactions, and regulatory compliance.
Recent Noteworthy Engagements
Some examples of our firm’s notable engagements include:
Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority (ZATCA) Merger
Shortly after our founding, we won the opportunity to prepare the legal framework for the merger between the General Authority of Zakat, Tax, and Income and the General Authority of Customs. Our role involved ensuring seamless employee placement within the newly merged entity, ensuring compliance with Saudi laws and regulations, and adhering to best practices observed in similar authorities.
Unprecedented Rights Offering
Our firm advised on the first Rights Issue by AlAhlia Gulf Union Insurance Company, the first merged insurance company to do a right issue on the Prime Market.
Promotion of Nomu Entities
We facilitated the first applications to promote four entities from the Nomu parallel market to the Primary Market index, being the first promotion applications, including the 1st announced promotion application (so far, Sumou Real Estate Company and Riyadh Cement Company as public transactions). With our assistance, these entities were able to obtain a combined valuation of more than US$6 billion on the Saudi stock market.
Litigation Support for Financial Institutions
We have supported the in-house legal departments of multiple leading financial institutions in connection with their substantial and complex litigation needs.
Corporate Compliance and Listings
Our firm has played a pivotal role in helping several companies navigate the Nomu listing process. We have also been instrumental in helping listed, to-be-listed, and closed joint-stock companies manage compliance under Saudi Arabia’s new Companies Law.