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Nada Moallem


Nada Moallem
English, Arabic
Practice Group
As an associate based in our Dubai corporate practice, Nada advises on a wide range of corporate and commercial matters with a focus on joint ventures, M&A, corporate restructurings, regulatory matters, and general corporate advisory.

Nada's advisory work covers various industry sectors including retail, hotel and leisure, and technology.

Representative experience

Advising International Finance Corporation on its acquisition of a 20% stake in Sphinx Glass, an Egyptian glass manufacturer.

Advising International Finance Corporation on its acquisition of a 7.5% equity stake in Afghanistan International Bank.

Advising an international luxury fashion brand on the acquisition of a stake in its UAE business through a joint venture with Al Tayer Group.

Advising an industrial conglomerate based in Oman, on the acquisition of a company in the highly regulated chemicals sector in Saudi Arabia.

Advising Dell Inc. on the UAE aspects of a transaction involving the US$3.05 billion carve-out and sale of its IT services business, Dell Services to NTT Data Inc.

Advising multinationals on the most convenient business structure to implement in setting up their business in the UAE (onshore and in free zones).

Advising a multinational producer of healthcare, hygiene and home products on various commercial agreements entered into with distributors, suppliers and consultants.

Advising an international oil and gas company on the re-domiciliation of its holding company from a foreign jurisdiction into the DIFC.

Advising a multinational company on product recalls in the UAE.

Advising a major mobile phone manufacturer on labelling requirements.

Advising Barclays Plc and Standard Chartered Bank (as Coordinators) in relation to a US$1.2bn revolving credit facility to the Petrofac group.

Education and admissions


  • PhD in Law, Lebanese University, 2017
  • LPC, BPP Law School, 2011
  • GDL, BPP Law School, 2009
  • LL.M., University of London, 2006
  • Postgraduate Degree in Law, Lebanese University, 2005


  • Member of the Bar Association of England and Wales
  • Memnber of the Law Society of England and Wales
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