Best Banking and Finance Lawyer in Dhaka Bangladesh
Top 5 Banking and Finance Lawyer
Ms. Tania Amir L.L.B. Honours, U.K. Barrister-at-Law, being called to the Bar in 1990, from Gray’s Inn; practiced in the U.K.; enrolled as an advocate of the Dhaka High Court 1991 and an Advocate of Bangladesh Supreme Court 1993 and a partner of THE LAW ASSOCIATES. Presently working in Dhaka in a wide range of Practice, which include advising foreign investors, Infrastructure Development Corporation (IDCOL), OPIC, IFC, Turnkey Projects, International Finance and Banking, General Corporate/Commercial and Constitutional law, etc.
International practice includes Commercial and international arbitrations and other methods of alternative dispute resolution. Acted as a Consultant to the World Bank, which led to arbitral laws reforms and enforcement mechanisms for recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Bangladesh.
Advised the Ministry of Women & Children Affairs to withdraw the reservation on key Articles of UN Convention on elimination of all forms of discrimination against Women (CEDAW).
Trainer and resource person at the Legal Education & Training Institute (LETI), Bangladesh Bar Council, conduct training programs on human rights and gender issues and the Bar Vocational Course.
An activist on human rights issues, Women�s empowerment, Child rights, Environment, Consumer rights, initiated many Public Interest Litigation (PIL), working closely with acid survivors and other NGOs.
Legal advisor to national, international and transnational organization, enjoys a vibrant practice in the Supreme Court of Bangladesh both at the High Court Division as well as the Appellate Division; acted as consultants to NGO�s, human rights organizations, poverty alleviation and good governance projects; Acted as expert Consultant to UN bodies and WHO, Executive Body member of SAARC LAW, member of International Bar Association (IBA), Law Asia, International Development Law Organization (IDLO), etc.
Mr. Amir Hossain Sarker
has completed his LL.B, B. Com, M.Com under the National University. He is advocate of Judge Court. Mr. Amir is registered member of Dhaka Bar Association.
Mr. Amir Hossain Sarker works in the Investment Department for nearly 8 years out of his total 14 years experience with the Chambers. Mr. Amir has vast experience of working in Registrar of Joint stock of companies and Firms and other government offices like tax, VAT etc. on registration, filing and approval of return, search matters. He deals with foreign investment and corporate return filing matters. Previously, Mr. Amir was in charge of in handling cases in Distract and magistrate court matters. He is now a Deputy head of Investment Department and also a senior member of Corporate Department.
Mr. Sarker is associated with the firm from the very inception. Before joining Investment department he was in charge of District Court team for nearly 6 years as a lead counsel in district and Magistrate Court. He was involved in many litigation e.g. Money Recovery Suits, Dishonour of Cheques, Land related disputes etc.He has developed significant expertise in the area of business setup services. He was involved in setting up more than a dozens of private limited companies and was actively involved in procuring business licenses. Besides, he was also assisted the firm in setting up other entities e.g. NGO, Society, Trust, Partnership firms etc.
Me. Sarker advises on share transfer, take over, share acquisition, annual return filing and also assist client in several corporate issues involving taxation, general meetings, share dilution etc. The significant projects completed by Mr. Sarker
Abdullah Al Mahmud
Mahmud is an enrolled Advocate of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. After obtaining his LL.B. (Hons.) degree from University of London, UK in 2008, he completed the bar vocational course from City Law School, City University, London. He was called to the Bar of England and Wales from Lincoln’s Inn, London, in 2010. Mahmud is also an Affiliate of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, UK (ACCA).
Before joining Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed & Associates in 2013, Mahmud worked as an auditor in S.F. Ahmed & Co., a renowned chartered accountant firm in Bangladesh. During his association with Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed & Associates, he has been involved in advising local and international clients on commercial, procurement, labour, contractual and insurance matters. Since joining the firm, he has been closely engaged in several public private partnership (PPP) projects, power projects, policy development projects and considerable number of transactions of merger and acquisition involving foreign and local institutions.
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Ms. Tazrian Rezia Kabir
Barrister-at-Law, completed her Diploma in Law from the University of London and LL.B. (Hons) from University of West of England, Bristol. She also completed her LLM in Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) under City, University of London. She is an associate of Foreign Investment and Business Setup Team and a member of Corporate and IT Departments.
As an Investment Department member, she assisted clients in a number of works involving company setup, branch and Liaison office opening, Employment Visa and many other related formalities. Besides, she assisted client with different post incorporation legal services including preparing lease, recruitment including drafting HR policy etc.
Before joining the firm, she worked in Remfry and sons where she gained experience in filing copyright, trademark applications, which made her a valuable addition to the IT Department. She was involved in the following works :
An advocate at the Appellate Division, Supreme Court of Bangladesh, the highest rank among advocates in Bangladesh, Mr. Doulah is one of the best known personalities in the fields of Banking, Finance and Corporate- Commercial Law matters in Bangladesh. He is not only reputed in the context of Bangladesh but also holds a strong reputation internationally among Foreign Clients and Law Firms.
Perhaps the major contribution of Mr. Doulah for Bangladesh legal sector was his achievements at his role of lead local counsel in the Financial Sector Reform Programme under appointment from the World Bank in 1996. The Financial Sector Reform Program was adopted with a view to ensuring the effective role of the financial sector in the economic development of the country through structural and policy change. The project was instrumental in redesigning the banking regulatory platform and regulations of Bangladesh. He also drafted the Bankruptcy Act, 1997. He has also acted in many international and domestic transactions as well. He has wide experience dealing with infrastructure projects, PPIAF and PPI in Bangladesh. He has acted for numerous multilaterals and DFIs in various finance matters in Bangladesh. Some transactional work highlights are provided below:
- Acted for ADB in its first limited recourse sydicated financing in Bangladesh in Chittagong Urea Fertilizer Ltd.
- Acted in structuring almost all of the first generation independent power projects including Khulna Power Plant, Haripur Barge Mounted Power Plant etc.
- Acted as the team leader of D&D team that completed full model documentation for Bangladesh for all sorts of financing in operationalizing two IDA credit windows for the SAARC Development Fund
- Acted in a number of international construction, energy and mining arbitrations for clients like Hyundai Engineering, Niko, Arel Ingenierie, etc.
- Have been Acting in a large number of project finance matters for various multilateral financiers e.g. European Investment Bank, China Exim Bank, China Development Bank etc.
- Led the D&D team participating in World Bank’s Corporate Governance Assessment Project to assess the local regime with OECD counterparts and Impediments to International Integration Project.