Aseel Alkathiry is an associate in our Mergers & Acquisitions practice in Saudi Arabia, which we operate in association with The Law Firm of Dr. Sultan Almasoud.
She focuses on M&A, corporate restructurings, public offerings, joint ventures, capital markets, and private equity transactions. Aseel was previously a trainee at the Capital Market Authority, in the Listed Companies and Investment Products Division, for seven months as part of their university ‘cooperative program’.
Shearman & Sterling LLP practices in Saudi Arabia in association with The Law Firm of Dr. Sultan Almasoud in association with Shearman & Sterling LLP. Partners in the Riyadh offices are partners in The Law Firm of Dr. Sultan Almasoud.
- NEOM Company, Saudi Arabia’s new city gigaproject development company, on a $6.5 billion green energy joint venture with ACWA Power and Air Products that will incorporate the region’s largest wind and solar renewables production projects (4GW in total), as well as a ground-breaking green hydrogen / green ammonia export project. This was awarded Green Project of the Year at the Global Hydrogen Summit 2021.
- The lenders on the $12.5 billion joint venture for the Jazan IGCC / ASU project, the largest grey hydrogen project in the world, which closed in October 2021. Awarded Global Deal of the Year by the PFI Awards, 2021.
- Dussur on merger control aspects of its aerostructures manufacturing joint venture with Figeac Aéro and SAMI.
- The Public Investment Fund on the establishment of a new special zone, NEOM.
- Baker Hughes in connection with its entry into a joint venture agreement with Saudi Aramco to create a facility in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to manufacture non-metallic materials, which will be used in a variety of areas of the energy industry.
- Tabuk Agricultural Development Company in relation to its right issue offering.
- A major IT company in relation to the auction sale of its business and associated restricting including public and private funds.
- Several major companies in relation to antitrust related issues including merger control fillings.
- A leading investment bank in relation to a ‘gap analysis’ following newly issued Capital Market’s Regulations.
- Several leading multinational foreign companies in connection with all aspects of the Saudi foreign investment laws and regulations, including licensing, incorporation and registration.
- A major multinational company in relation to its proposed Sukuk restructuring.
- A leading international investment bank in relation to its corporate restructuring in KSA including amending constitutional documents.
- A global fund manager in relation to the structure and offer of private funds.
- A major international health care company in connection with its regulatory operations.