Anwaar Alshammari is an associate in the Mergers & Acquisitions practice.
She is a practicing Saudi lawyer since 2011 with a primary focus on corporate, securities and M&A transactions. Anwaar also regularly advises clients on Saudi regulatory matters, procurement regulations, commercial agency and joint venture deals, and has leading experience in multi-jurisdiction corporate reorganizations and landmark capital market transactions.
- NMC Healthcare LLC on its proposed acquisition of a stake in a Saudi listed company.
- The Ministry of Commerce and Investment in the development and drafting of the Saudi Commercial Franchise Law, including preparation of related legal instruments, benchmarking analysis and discussions with the Bureau of Experts.
- The Saudi government in the development and drafting of the Saudi Hydrocarbons Law, including preparation of related legal instruments, benchmarking analysis and discussions with the Bureau of Experts.
- Saudi Aramco in the drafting of its constitutive documents and corporate governance framework, including bylaws, royal decrees and charters.
- Saudi Aramco Investment Management Company in the sale of its entire stake in Manafe Al Salam Healthcare Holding Company to Al Othman Holding Group.
- NMC Healthcare in the acquisition of Al Rashed Hospital in the Northern Region of Saudi Arabia.
- Middle East Specialized Cables Company in its rights issue offering of 20,000,000 shares which represented an increase of 50% of the company’s share capital, in the first of its kind rights issue offering under the rights tradability mechanism in the Kingdom, and assisting with developing the mechanism for the Capital Market Authority.
- Al Ahlia for Cooperative Insurance Company in its rights issue offering of 22,000,000 shares which represented an increase of 220% of the company’s share capital, the second rights issue offering under the rights tradability mechanism in the Kingdom and the first for an insurance company.
- Najran Cement Company in its initial public offering of 85,000,000 shares representing 50% of the company’s share capital as part of a mandatory offering limited to retail investors as required by the Ministry of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources for cement companies in the Kingdom.
- Bawan Company in its initial public offering of 15,000,000 shares representing 30% of its share capital and raising SAR 540,000,000, being the first initial public offering under the new CMA Listing Rules of 2012, and the first offering to allocate a specific percentage to mutual funds in the Kingdom.
- Arabian Food Industries Company (Domty), an Egyptian company, in its Rule 144A offering to US investors pursuant to Regulation S, as part of an initial public offering on the Egyptian Exchange.
- Riyad Capital, as lead manager, in relation to a SAR 4 billion senior Sukuk issuance by Riyad Bank as an exempt offering in the Kingdom.
- One of the largest conglomerates in the Kingdom in its pre-IPO multi-jurisdiction corporate restructuring involving more than 20 subsidiaries on various layers.
- An international consortium in its appointment to develop the Riyadh Metro Project, including advice on its government procurement contracts and its establishment in the Kingdom.
- One of the largest real estate development companies in the Kingdom in its private placement of shares to sophisticated investors in the Kingdom.
- A large Saudi hospital and medical services company in its private placement of shares to sophisticated investors in the Kingdom.
Columbia Law School
Prince Sultan University
- Saudi Practicing Attorney License