An Innovative Approach
Latham’s global Islamic finance lawyers have extensive Islamic finance experience across the core practice areas of banking, project finance, capital markets, restructuring, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), investment funds, and dispute resolution. The firm's lawyers advise corporations, governments, banks, sponsors, export credit agencies, investment funds, and other investors on Shari’ah-compliant transactions in the Middle East, Europe, United States, and Asia.
Latham lawyers have a reputation for innovation and have been involved in the development of ground-breaking Islamic finance transactions globally. Recognized as preeminent practitioners in the Islamic finance field by leading directories, Latham's lawyers regularly participate and host Islamic finance workshops and conferences, and have authored articles and books on topical issues in Islamic finance. Most recently, Latham lawyers published The Sukuk Handbook: A Guide to Structuring Sukuk, and Latham’s Dubai and London-based partner, Craig Nethercott, co-edited and contributed to Islamic Finance Law and Practice, a practical and commercial guide to the fundamental principles of Islamic finance and their application to Islamic finance transactions, published by the Oxford University Press.
Expertise Across Borders
The practice has a broad geographic reach with experienced Islamic finance lawyers located in the Dubai, Riyadh, and other offices, including London, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and Singapore.