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Al Tamimi hosts seminar on business at IBA summit

DUBAI, September 25, 2016

Al Tamimi & Company, a leading law firm in the Middle East, hosted a seminar with focus on doing business in the region in Washington, D.C., during the annual International Bar Association (IBA) Conference.

The seminar, titled “Doing Business in the Middle East: Legal Considerations & Successful Strategies”, was hosted in partnership with the Institute of International Economic Law at Georgetown University Law School, one of the world’s leading centers for international economic law and policy.

It provided key players from the legal and business landscape the opportunity to hear from industry experts on the legal framework, foreign investment landscape, and opportunities that exist in the Middle East.

Essam Al Tamimi, senior partner & founder, Al Tamimi & Company said at the event: “Now more than ever, the world is looking to the Middle East. As Saudi Arabia seeks more foreign investment into the Tadawul, and as Saudi Aramco gears up for its IPO, banks, brokers and consultancies will be keeping a close eye on developments.”

“However, the wider region is also looking to diversify from hydrocarbon-based revenue streams, so there are big opportunities for international companies in nearly every sector. In the UAE, healthcare and education are a big focus and continue to attract investment, and in Qatar, infrastructure projects are developing in the build up to the FIFA World Cup in 2022.

“We at Al Tamimi, with 17 offices in nine countries throughout the UAE, Bahrain, Qatar, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman and Egypt, are one of the best placed law firms to advise international companies who are looking to enter the market or expand their presence here,” he added.- TradeArabia News Service

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