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Anzal Mohammed

Partner

Dubai

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Anzal Mohammed

Partner

Dubai

Anzal is a capital markets partner in our Dubai office. He heads our capital markets practice in the Middle East and also has overall responsibility for Allen & Overy’s global Islamic finance practice. He regularly advises on international Islamic sukuk transactions and international debt offerings (both Regulation S and Rule 144A issues) by emerging market issuers in the Middle East, South Asia and elsewhere, Shari’a-compliant finance structures, equity offerings (including hybrid capital issues), debt issuance programmes, convertible securities, derivative securities and securitisations.

In the Chambers Global 2022 directories, Anzal is ranked in Band 1 across four separate categories (Middle East-wide Capital Markets: Debt, United Arab Emirates Capital Markets: Debt, Middle East-wide Islamic Finance and United Arab Emirates Banking & Finance: Islamic Finance).

In the IFLR1000 2022 rankings, Anzal is recognised as a “Market Leader” in the UAE across four separate categories (Capital Markets: Debt, Islamic Finance, Capital Markets: Derivatives, Banking and Capital Markets: Structured Finance and Securitisation).

In the Legal 500 2022 rankings, Anzal is recognised as a “Leading Individual” for Capital Markets in the UAE.

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Office

Dubai

11th Floor, Burj Daman Building, Al Mustaqbal Street, Dubai International Financial Centre
Dubai
PO Box 506678

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 1999

Academic

LLB, Law, Birmingham City University, 1994

LPC, Oxford Institute of Legal Practice, 1995

LLM, International Business Law, University of Manchester, 1996

Recognition