Jawahir M. Al-Subaie

  • Dubai International Financial Centre
  • Precinct Building 1, Level 3
  • P.O. Box 506698
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Jawahir Al-Subaie is an English law-qualified associate in the Dubai office specializing in complex project development and financings; construction and project development matters; and information, communications and technology matters.

Ms. Al-Subaie’s representative transactions include representing:

  • Broadcom Limited in its US$5.9 billion acquisition of Brocade Communications Systems
  • Japan Bank for International Cooperation, Nippon Export and Investment Insurance and a group of 29 commercial banks on the US$7.4 billion debt financing for the Cameron LNG liquefaction-export project
  • Marafiq on the development and construction of a large reverse osmosis plant in Jubail, Saudi Arabia
  • The sponsors in connection with the US$1.4 billion project financing of the Az-Zour North 1 independent power and water project located in Kuwait. Awarded "Middle East & Africa Power Deal of the Year" by Project Finance International 2013
  • Utico FZC in connection with the development of a 22 MIGD independent water plant (IWP) in the Al Hamra Al Jazeerah area of Ras Al Khaimah
  • A bidding consortium to Al-Abdaliyah on an integrated solar project in Kuwait
  • Takamol in connection with its procurement and launch of a national online learning portal www.doroob.sa for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • A Saudi government function on a major system integration and ongoing maintenance outsourcing project
  • A confidential entity on the creation of a new joint venture between nine leading UAE banks to establish a mobile wallet banking platform in the United Arab Emirates
  • Oldendorff in the sale of Emirates Ship Investment Company (Eships)


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