Abd El-Rahman joined ADSERO - Ragy Soliman & Partners in 2020. He has more than 3 years of experience in the fields of corporate governance, commercial, finance, education, real estate and life sciences with top tier law firms in Egypt.
Khattab advises multinational companies on starting business in Egypt, assists and handles their corporate governance matters. Abd El-Rahman also has experience in the real estate sector in Egypt whereby he representsmajor real estate companies such as Capital Group Properties, IMKAN Misr and Namaa. In addition, Abd El-Rahman advises on all day-to-day commercial and corporate matters, including, inter alia, companies formation, restructure and liquidation, taxes, agreements drafting, negotiations, and direct interaction with governmental bodies, ministries and authorities (i.e. GAFI, FRA, ITDA, ITIDA, TMO, GOEIC, IDA, EDA, UPA, NUCA and MCDR).
Prior to joining Adsero, Abd El-Rahman has participated in various high-profile matters and notable transactions which included, inter alia, assisting in advising Proparco and Agence Française de Développement on financing the Egyptian government with EURO 200m and General Electric Transportation on supplying the Egyptian National Railways locomotives with a value of USD 602m. Abd El-Rahman used to advise multinational companies including Mapei Group, Univar, IBA Worldwide, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Quintessentially, SABIS, Africa Crest Education Group, DXC Technology, GE, PwC, Hikvision and Adidas. Khattab’s role included providing day-to-day legal advice on several matters related to business operations in Egypt, assisting and handling the corporate matters and reviewing various types of agreements.
Abd El-Rahman was a contributor of the Doing Business unit at the World Bank Group that issue a yearly publication on doing business that shows that developing economies are catching up with developed economies in ease of doing business.
- World Bank Group - Women, Business and Law 2020 Report, WBL 2020
- World Bank Group - Doing Business 2020 Report, DB 2020.
- Lexology - Legality of the Egyptian Minister of Education’s Decree No. 183 of 2019
- 2018 - Bachelor of Law, English Section, Faculty of Law, Cairo University.
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