Neamat Amin

Neamat joined ADSERO – Ragy Soliman & Partners Corporate and Commercial department in September 2022 as an Associate. She has five years of experience in the Corporate and Commercial field.

Neamat specializes in corporate restructuring and drafting all relevant documentation, advisory-based work for corporate, commercial, regulatory and labour matters. In addition, Neamat is experienced in managing day-to-day corporate matters of several multinationals, handling the due diligence process for notable transactions, and extensively drafting and reviewing of all types of commercial agreements.

Prior to joining ADSERO, Neamat worked in the M&As department and represented clients as purchasers and sellers. She has also assisted in drafting and reviewing the related transaction documents.

Additionally, Neamat has participated in representing a client in the subscription to a renowned oil and gas company which included conducting the due diligence on the target company and the subsidiaries thereof.

Furthermore, Neamat has sufficient experience in the DCM and has assisted in several securitization transactions and the drafting of transaction documents. Also, she frequently assisted in the day-to-day operations of companies in the non-banking financial sector to ensure their compliance with the applicable rules and regulations, specifically corporate governance and licensing.

Neamat speaks fluent Arabic and English and is qualified to practice law in Egypt.

Handled the drafting of all required documentation, including nominee agreements and non-disclosure agreements for the restructuring of the ownership of medical centres.

Represented Vodacom Group Limited in connection with the acquisition of 55% of Vodafone Egypt for Telecommunications.

Handled the due diligence process on Drive Finance (GB Auto’s car financing arm) in relation to closing its first corporate bond issuance for an amount of EGP 700 million.

Represented EBRD in the 20% subscription in Infinity Energy S.A.E.

Represented Development Partners International (DPI), a UK-based private equity firm, alongside White & Case in connection with the acquisition of 25% in Mashroey and 25% in Tasaheel; both companies are pioneers in the field of sale on instalment and microfinance, respectively, in Egypt.

Represented the selling shareholders in connection with the divestment of a majority stake in the share capital of Medco Plast Co., the leading plastic manufacturer in Egypt, to Indorama Ventures PLC, one of the leading producers in the intermediate petrochemicals industry and a global manufacturer of wool yarns in Thailand.

Initial Public Offerings 2019, Egypt Chapter – Global Legal Insights.

Doing Business 2020, Comparing Business Regulation in 190 Economies – World Bank Group.

2017 – LL.B, English Section, Faculty of Law, Cairo University.

2012 - 2013 – International Law, American University in Cairo.