Ebrahim Al Habardi has extensive experience in all legal and Shari'a-related matters within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He advises on corporate filings and records, corporate governance, and preparation of business agreements, including joint ventures and shareholders', sale and purchase, and nondisclosure agreements. He represents clients before courts and administrative and regulatory agencies.
Prior to joining Jones Day in 2015, Ebrahim was in-house-counsel for the largest diversified infrastructure company in the Kingdom where he advised nearly 46 subsidiaries of the holding company that included district cooling, construction, water treatment, power generation, water desalination, real estate, and operation and maintenance.
Ebrahim also has experience in capital markets and previously served as an in-house-counsel at Al Rajhi Capital, one of Saudi Arabia's largest banks. During this time he also obtained two advanced certificates in Saudi capital market laws and regulations.
Bpifrance finances French SME’s exportation of products and services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Jones Day is assisting Bpifrance (Banque Publique d'Investissement) with respect to the financing of French SME’s exportation of products and services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through debt obligation mechanisms (bill of exchange or promissory note).
- August 2017Saudi Council of Ministers Approves 100% Foreign Ownership of Engineering Consultancies
- June 2017MENA Countries Sever Ties with Qatar
- March 2017Saudi Ministry of Labor Restricts Redundancy Terminations
- September 2016Update on the New Saudi Arabian Companies Law and SAGIA Announcements
- November 2015Saudi Arabia: New Companies Law 2015 Approved
- University of Connecticut (LL.M. 2009); Georgetown University (English Language Institute Certificate 2007); King Saud University (B.A. in Legal Science 2004)
- English and Arabic