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Hosam Ibn Ghaith

Partner

Riyadh

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Hosam Ibn Ghaith

Partner

Riyadh

Hosam is a partner specialized in Saudi corporate and commercial law across a range of sectors including petrochemicals and energy, financial institutions and private capital.

Prior to joining, Hosam spent six years as General Counsel at the investment management arm of a government agency in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, giving him an exceptionally client-centric and commercial approach. Hosam also practised at two leading Saudi Arabian law firms operating at the time in cooperation with Allen & Overy LLP.

Hosam has spent almost 15 years advising companies and government institutions on complex, high-value transactions and disputes in Saudi Arabia.

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Office

Riyadh

Servcorp, Laysen Valley - Building 13, Level 2
Salim Ibn Abi Bakr Shaikan
Umm Al Hamam Al Gharbi
Riyadh 12329

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Qualifications

Academic

Juris Doctor, University of California – Davis School of Law, 2009

University of California Hastings College of the Law, 2009

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder (Distinction), 2004

Experience includes advising:

  • The arrangers and dealers on the establishment of Saudi Aramco’s debut sukuk programme and the issuance of the first series thereunder.
  • Al Rajhi Capital Company, HSBC Saudi Arabia and SNB Capital Company as joint lead managers in connection with the SAR 3.9 billion sukuk issue by the National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (Bahri).
  • Dussur on a SAR1bn (USD267m) joint venture agreement with General Electric to build gas turbines in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
  • The mandated lead arrangers on a SAR9bn redrawable facility for the Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Ma’aden).
  • The Saudi Arabian Football Federation on its landmark SAR1bn broadcasting deal with the MBC Group.