Ingy is a senior associate in the Corporate and Commercial Group of our Dubai Office with significant experience in M&A, venture capital and ECM work. She acts for clients on a wide range of transactions in the Middle East with focus on Egypt and the UAE.
Ingy has assisted various local and international clients on transaction documents, deal negotiations and due diligence in the context of mergers and acquisitions, venture capital deals and public listings.
|Since 2022||Senior Associate, Taylor Wessing|
|2016–2022||Senior Associate, Al Tamimi & Company, Cairo|
|2015–2016||Junior Lawyer, Matouk Bassiouny, Cairo|
|2015–2015||Junior Lawyer, TK Lawfirm|
|2014–2014||Summer Legal Intern Torgoman and Khouly Law firm|
|2016||Master I, Institute of International Business Law, University of Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne in partnership with Cairo University|
|2015||Bachelor of Law, Institute of International Business Law, University of Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne in partnership with Cairo University|
|2015||Bachelor of Arts in Economics, The American University in Cairo|
The Rise and Rise of Trade and Investment on the African Continent: Morocco and Egypt finalize a new Free Trade Agreement, Al Tamimi Law Update, Thomas R. Snider and Laureen Fredah, April 2022.
Good Governance: the secret of a Successful Family Business – Al Tamimi Law Update, August 2021.
The rise of ESG in the UAE: Mandatory ESG Reporting for UAE listed companies, Andrew Tarbuck, April 2021.
UAE Requires Listed Companies to Have at Least One Female Board Member, Andrew Tarbuck, April 2021.
The Cairo Start-up Scene, Al Tamimi Law Update, March 2021.
Fintech in Egypt: Be aware of the Regulatory Landscape, Al Tamimi Law Update, March 2021.
New rules, new market, IFLR, Mohamed Gabr, April 2019.
The Mergers and Acquisition Review, the Law Reviews, 12th edition, Mohamed Gabr and Ingy El Kady.
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