Ibrahim joined the firm's Dubai office in early 2017 to set up and spearhead the development of the Firm’s UAE Corporate and Commercial practice. Ibrahim was admitted as a solicitor of Sudan and joined Dentons in March 1996 as a corporate and commercial lawyer. He worked as an in-house counsel for GE Energy, Contractual Services, Africa, India and the Middle East from 2005 and re-joined Dentons in 2007. He has extensive experience in UAE and the Middle East, and has participated in major transactions in the UAE and across the Gulf region, North Africa and India.
Ibrahim’s experience ranges from joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions to liquidations, bankruptcy and re-structuring. His corporate practice is predominantly focused on the energy and telecommunication sectors. He has reviewed major agreements for compliance and legal due diligence. He also advised on major projects in water, wastewater, electricity and oil and gas sectors with an excellent banking background. He has also been involved in drafting and negotiating power generation, EPC contracts for power plants, long term service agreements and operation and maintenance agreements. He can also advise on corporate governance and compliance issues.