Nadia Kettani

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  • Partner at Kettani Law Firm (3 Attorneys)
  • 8, Rue Lachen El Basri, Casablanca, Morocco 20 000
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Areas of Practice (9)

  • Business Law
  • International Transactions
  • Foreign Investment
  • Litigation
  • Corporate Law
  • Aviation Law
  • Banking Law
  • Energy
  • Mergers and Acquisitions

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+212 522 438 900  Phone
www.kettlaw.com
Mailing Address:
8, Rue Lachen El Basri, Casablanca, Morocco 20 000
Law School Attended:
University of Hassan II, Casablanca, Masters in Business Law
Year of First admission:
1994
Admission:
1994, Casablanca, Morocco
Memberships:
Casablanca Bar Association; UIA.
Languages:
Arabic and French and English
Birth Information:
1969
ISLN:
918061995
Transactions:
Advised Jorf Lasfar Extension in the financing of a power plant project for an amount of USD 1.4 billion.
Advised on the Safi project relating to a USD 2.6 billion power plant.
Advised Green of Africa on its projects relating to renewable energy.
Advised the Moroccan state investment bank in relation to sovereign bond issuance programs in 2012 (USD 1.5 billion) and in 2014 (EUR 1 billion), and also commercial banks such as BMCE in relation to its bond issuance in 2014 (MAD 1 billion) and Crédit Agricole in the financing of its international projects in 2015 and 2016.
Advised the Fonds Hassan II for economic and social development in 2016 and House Invest (Bahrein) in the restructuration of its activity in Morocco.
Represented Royal Air Morocco in various aircraft acquisitions and financing deals (of confidential values) it has entered into with the company Embraer and the company Boeing in the financing of its dreamliner in 2015/2016 as well as the company Air Arabia (United Arab Emirates) in its financing matters.
Advised Air Canada in 2016 regarding its implementation in Morocco.
Advised Vivendi in relation to its EUR 4 billion disposition of its former stakes in Maroc Telecom and advised France Telecom on its EUR 640 million investment in Méditelecom.

Advised Orange (France) in its takeover of Meditelecom.
Advised, in the area of mergers and acquisitions Al Sahl Group (Libya), Al Homaizi (Kowait), Alshaya Group (Kuwait), St Gobain (France) and Platinum Power (Morocco) in relation to the its capital opening operation to AfricInvest.
Acted on behalf of top tier international hotel operator companies such as Hilton and Marriott regarding their investments in Morocco and also represented local groups such as Risma which is managing the hotels of Accor in Morocco as well as Atlas Voyages.
Advised Marriott regarding is implementation in Marrakech and Fès and Taameer (Koweit) in the selling of its hotel units.
Acted as local counsel for the IFC (International Finance Corporation) and the EBRD (the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development).

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