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Jawad Fassi-Fehri, an associate in the Eversheds Paris office, is pleased to announce the publication of the first Legal Guide to Private Equity in Morocco – Moroccan Law / French Law

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    09-12-2014

    Jawad Fassi-Fehri, an associate in the Eversheds Paris office, is pleased to announce the publication of the first Legal Guide to Private Equity in Morocco – Moroccan Law / French Law (“Guide Juridique du Capital Investissement au Maroc – Droit marocain – Droit français”)

    This legal guide to private equity in Morocco – Moroccan Law / French Law (in French: “Guide Juridique du Capital Investissement au Maroc – Droit Marocain – Droit Français”), published by Lexis Nexis, is the first book about private equity in Morocco, and generally in Northern Africa and the OHADA countries.

    The book is a practical guide for private equity practitioners, as well as a “real” book on corporate law and finance. It deals with the fundamental issues one would generally deal with in private equity transactions or in the structuring of the relationships between the shareholders, contractors and investors of/in a company.

    In this guide, Jawad Fassi-Fehri makes a comparative study of French Law and Moroccan Law. The two legal systems share the same legal bases, but, also there is few Moroccan case-law available on the issues considered, there is a vast amount of French case law on such issues.

    About the author

    Jawad, a member of the Paris Bar since 2003, holds a post-graduate degree in business law (DESS Juristes d’affaires) and a post-graduate degree in the law of civil and commercial obligations (DEA de droit des obligations civiles et commerciales) (Paris V University).

    After practising in Casablanca and in several law firms in Paris, Jawad joined Eversheds LLP Paris in 2011, where he is developing their M&A and Private Equity practice in Northern Africa and the OHADA countries.

    Jawad is also working on other versions of this guide for private equity transactions in OHADA countries and in the other Maghreb countries. Such other guides should be published in the coming months.

    Disclaimer

    This information is for guidance purposes only and should not be regarded as a substitute for taking legal advice. Please refer to the full terms and conditions on our website.

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