Building on its over three-decade reputation as the preeminent Egyptian banking and finance law firm, Baker McKenzie Cairo’s Banking & Finance Group announced that Ahmed Abdallah has joined the firm as Counsel. Ahmed has more than 15 years of experience in the banking field and obtained his L.LB from Cairo University, Law School in 2003.

“We have added another senior lawyer to our already outstanding team of over 600 banking and finance attorneys worldwide”, said Mohamed Ghannam, Partner and Head of the Banking & Finance and Energy, Mining & Infrastructure practices in Cairo. “We continue to actively recruit talent and offer the opportunity to practice banking and finance law in an organization with unmatched legal expertise”, he added.

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Mohamed Ghannam heads Baker McKenzie's Banking & Finance and Energy, Mining & Infrastructure practice groups in Cairo. He focuses on project finance, major projects, mergers and acquisitions, oil and gas, debt capital market and transactional work, acting as counsel to many of the world's leading multinational companies and financial institutions in various industries and helping them carry out high-value, precedent-setting transactions in Egypt.


Ahmed Abdallah is a counsel in the Cairo office of Baker McKenzie, focusing on banking and finance, project finance, infrastructure and major projects. Ahmed has more than 15 years of experience in the banking field, particularly in the legal departments of various major banks in several jurisdictions.

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