Sharaf specialises in Corporate Law and has experience in advising on complex cross-border transactions.
Sharaf advises clients of all business sizes from small and medium size institutions to multinational corporations providing them with a comprehensive full legal service. He has also assisted a large number of clients across all industries in connection with setting up and franchising their business in Saudi Arabia.
He specialises in all aspects of corporate matters including foreign direct investments, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructurings, joint ventures, and investment funds. He has worked with clients operating in various business sectors, including technology, healthcare, education, FMCG, real estate, manufacturing, transportation, energy, and financial services.
Advising multinational electric company on its acquisition of a majority stake in local company, that is part of a global transaction.
Advising recycling company on its acquisition of a majority stake in other local company.
Advising multinational FMCG on its proposal to acquire plant owned by local company.
Advising leading International luxury Jewellery Brand on its proposed trading joint venture with a local party.
Advising on various cross-borders M&A transactions, liquidation/dissolution and corporate restructuring of foreign and local entities.
Advising pharmaceutical company on its proposal to buy out the local partner for its Saudi business, which distributes medicines in the Kingdom.
Advising a regulatory body on it proposal to incorporate an investment legs in form of fund and closed joint stock company.
Advising on the recently enforced Saudi laws and regulations with a focus on the new Competition Law and Franchise Law.
Advising on the KSA licensing regime in various investment sectors including trading, industrial, education, healthcare, and transportation.