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Hashem, Yasser 

Mr. Yasser Zaki Hashem serves as Non-Executive Member of the Board at Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. since May 2013. Mr. Yasser Hashem received his LL.B. from Cairo University in 1989. He is the Managing Partner of Zaki Hashem & Partners since 1996 and Partner from 1989 to 1996. He was admitted by the Egyptian Court of Cassation in 2007 and is a member of the Egyptian Society of International Law and the Licensing Executive Society. The legal skills he has in corporate M&A and Capital Market, extended to the privatization of public sector entities, the inception of the private provision of telecom services in Egypt, and the promulgation of its laws, have placed him as a value veteran of the legal practice in Egypt. With a special focus on the practice of corporate law, Mr. Hashem played a major role in the privatization of public sector entities in Egypt through his support to hundreds of restructurings, Capital Market Transaction incorporations of foreign and domestic companies and advising foreign and local investors on the most efficient vehicles and structures that suit their investment in Egypt. Mr. Hashem’s legal skills were also extended to the telecommunication sector in Egypt throughout his contribution to the drafting and negotiation of all major telecom licenses including public payphones, mobile cellular networks, private data networks, satellite and marine fiber optic cabling, etc. His expertise in the telecom field led to his appointment by Ministerial Decree as Member of the New Telecommunication Act Drafting Committee. In relation to the fields of M&A and Capital Markets, he was responsible for most of the IPO’s that took place in Egypt throughout the last decade and has reliably represented acquirers in all major tender offers and M&A transactions in Egypt.

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