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Sarie-Eldin advises MoE and PPP Central Unit on the first of its kind education project for buildin new schools.
Sarie-Eldin & Partners - Legal Advisors advised the Ministry of Education and the PPP Central Unit - on the first of it's kind project in the education sector in Egypt- on the financing, construction and utilization of a number of schools under a public-private partnership (PPP) framework, the project was tendered as part of a long-term plan to reduce overcrowding in school classrooms, enhance cost-effectiveness and quality of school infrastructure and maintenance.
In the presence of Prime Minister, Dr. Tarek Shawky, Minister of Education signed the project contracts with a number of investors. Sarie- Eldin & Partners provided comprehensive legal consulting services from the first stage of the transaction to its finalization. Sarie- Eldin & Partners team worked on the Project including Dr. Hani Sarie-Eldin, Menna El Beltagui, Aly Salem, and Noha Radwan.
About the project, please see the link below:
The Egyptian Olympic Committee approved the Guideline Regulations of the Egyptian Basketball Federation
The Egyptian Olympic Committee has approved the Guideline Regulations of the Egyptian Basketball Federation (EBF), prepared by Sarie-Eldin & Partners - Legal Advisors. The amended regulation affirms granting of all authorities to EFB’s General Assembly in accordance with the new Sports Law and the Olympic Committee’s regulations. By virtue of the new regulation, the EBF’s General Assembly has all the right to make their decisions, including a full financial, technical and administrative supervision on all its branches.
A new regulation stipulates that EBF’s membership candidates shall be players who participated in the highest level of the basketball for a duration not less than one season.
The EBF’s also honored Sarie-Eldin & Partners - Legal Advisors for its efforts in handling and winning their legal cases. The EBF’s Chairman, Magdy Abu Farikha handed over EBF’s shield to Dr. Hani Sarie-Eldin.
Sarie Eldin&Partners is the legal advisor of Al Ahly Bank's agreement to grant Oilex company EGP 2.4 billion syndicated facility.
Sarie-Eldin & Partners represents National Bank of Egypt and other leading banks in a Syndicated Facility of up to EGP 2.4 Billion granted to International Oil Multi Seeds Extraction Company (OILEX)
Sarie - Eldin & Partners is pleased to announce that International Oil Multi Seeds Extraction Company (OILEX) is one of the leading oil extracting companies in Egypt which has obtained a Syndicated Facility of up to EGP 2.4 Billion from National Bank of Egypt, National Bank of Abu Dhabi, Banque Du Caire, Arab Bank, and Suez Canal Bank to finance part of the investment cost of the construction of an integrated complex for the extraction, refining and filling of vegetables’ oils.
OILEX is a regional Egyptian Soybeans crusher with more than 15 years of commitment to the feed industry. OILEX plant is located in Sadat City in Egypt, mid way between Egyptian Mediterranean ports and the Delta area Producing consistent high quality Soybean Meal 44% protein, Soybeans Meal 48% protein and pure crude and degummed soybean oil.
OILEX is a quality oriented company that focuses on delivering highest quality products and logistics that covers Egypt North to south.
"We are delighted that we have successfully assisted the Banks in completing the process of granting one of the largest finances, which will contribute to the establishment of this impressive development project and increasing the Company's projects across the nation and expanding its investments in the Egyptian market as one of the largest entities in this strategic sector," said Amira Sherif – Senior Partner.
Sarie-Eldin, PwC, Baker Mckenzie selected to advise cabinet on governing regulations for EGP 200 bn sovereign wealth fund.
Sarie-Eldin& Partners-Legal Advisors, is proud to be part of the alliance including " PwC, Baker Mckenzie" which were selected to advise cabinet on governing regulations for EGP 200 bn sovereign wealth fund.