Sherif Saad Eldin

Senior Associate

Sherif is a senior associate based in Bahrain and has been with the firm since 2016. Prior to joining ASAR, Sherif practiced in Egypt for 12 years. Sherif has extensive experience in corporate, commercial and employment law matters including the representation of local and foreign clients in doing business in Bahrain, establishment of Bahraini companies, mergers and acquisitions, franchise, agency/distributorship, employment and related matters.

Qualifications

Professional
Member of the Egyptian Bar Association, 2002
Academic
Bachelor of Law Degree (L.L.B), Alexandria University, Egypt, 2002

Experience highlights

Arla Foods

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Arla Foods

Sherif was part of the ASAR team that assisted Arla in its acquisition of Mondelez Bahrain WLL as part of Arla’s acquisition of the Middle East and Africa operations of Mondelez International (a multinational food and beverage company of former brands of Kraft Food Inc.). Sherif assisted in conducting due diligence over the assets and legal documentation of Mondelez Bahrain and in establishing Arla’s first legal presence in Bahrain. Sherif also provided legal assistance in regard to a subsequent expansion of Arla’s cheese factory and production facilities.

Americana Reorganization

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Americana Reorganization

Sherif was part of the ASAR team that assisted Americana with reorganization of the Americana group. Our services included reviewing and advising on the reorganization relating to Bahraini transfers, undertaking due diligence over two Bahraini entities and advising on and drafting and implementing the share transfer in Bahrain in favor of an Americana group affiliate. 

ACWA Power

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ACWA Power

Sherif was part of the ASAR team that assisted ACWA in relation to establishing the project entity for the Askar Solar Power Project as well as providing corporate and environmental advices from a Bahraini law perspective.

Company Formation

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Company Formation

 Sherif supervises on the formation of companies, including companies in diverse fields such as consulting, dredging, import/trade, server farms, and electricity generation. Sherif has broad experience with the ministerial processes associated with company formation and licensing.