Jad Jabre

Senior Associate

Jad Jabre is a Senior Associate at ASAR and has been with the firm since November 2014. Prior to joining ASAR, Jad practiced in Lebanon for 16 years. Jad currently practices in the areas of corporate law, commercial transactions, banking and finance. Jad holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B) awarded by Saint Joseph University, Beirut, in 1997. He also holds a Master of Laws Degree (International Public Law), (LL.M) awarded by La Sagesse University, Beirut, in 2000. Jad was admitted to the Beirut Bar Association in 1998. Jad’s practice languages are English, French and Arabic.

jjabre@asarlegal.com
Jad
Jabre

2015 / 2016 Highlights

Banking and Finance

  • Advised on the sale of 5 A 330 airbus aircraft that was leased to Kuwait Airways Corporation.

 

Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Acted as Kuwait counsel to a GCC Investor (the purchaser). The transaction involved acquisition by the investors of a majority stake in a group of clinics operating in Kuwait.

 

PPP / PFI

  • Currently advising the Ministry of Electricity and Water and the Kuwait Authority for Partnership Projects (KAPP) as part of the consortium (BNP Paribas, Lahmeyer International GmbH and Chadbourne & Parke LLC and ASAR) comprising the Transaction Advisor on the process of the development of an independent water and power producer comprising combined cycle turbine or conventional thermal power with sea water based desalination plant under the Law 116 of 2014 (the PPP Law) and Law 39 of 2010 (as amended).
  • Currently advising the MEW and KAPP as part of the consortium (BNP Paribas, Lahmeyer International GmbH and Chadbourne & Parke LLC and ASAR) comprising the Transaction Advisor on the process of the development of an independent water and power producer comprising combined cycle turbine or conventional thermal power with sea water based desalination plant under Law 116 of 2014 (the PPP Law) and the IWPP Law (Law 39 of 2010 as amended).

 

Restructuring and Insolvency

  • Advised the lenders on the restructuring of an investment company’s debts amounting to approximately USD 55 million through a debt to asset swap.