PPP (“public-private partnership”) structures can take a number of forms, with particular considerations applying where the PPP project relates to social infrastructure. This webinar will explore the core models used for PPP in areas like housing and healthcare, the contractual matrix that comes with projects and key considerations that lawyers should keep in mind when drafting and negotiating PPP contracts.
Abdulhaq Mohammed is a partner at Trowers & Hamlins and focuses on PPP (“public-private partnerships”) and concession arrangements relating to social and transport-related infrastructure, cross-border real estate investment, urban development and strategic legal advice. Much of the cross-border investment work he advises on is Islamic-financed and Abdulhaq has familiarity with key Islamic finance structures used for investment and debt financing. He is often instructed by clients to provide guidance on matters of strategic importance and is experienced in leading large teams on complicated, cross-border deals.
He has held several senior management positions within his firm. Until September 2021, he was the firm's International Managing Partner, a position he stepped down from so that he could take on his new role leading their strategy for growth in the ASEAN region from their regional hub in Malaysia. He also was a member of his firm's management board for six years from 2015 onwards. He is regularly consulted by clients on matters of strategic importance.
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