Khaled Abou El Houda
has been registered to the Senegalese Bar since 1999 and authorised to practise in Ivory Coast since 2018. The holder of a Master's degree in business law and a Master's degree in banking and finance, he has developed a recognised expertise in the fields of finance, financing of major infrastructure, energy and mining projects. A mediator and arbitrator in OHADA (Organisation pour l'harmonisation en Afrique du droit des affaires, or Organisation for the Harmonisation of Corporate Law in Africa) business law, he is now registered as an arbitrator at the Common Court of Justice and Administration (CCJA) of Abidjan and at the Centre of Arbitration, Mediation and Conciliation (CAMC) of Dakar. He is affiliated to a number of professional associations, such as the Chamber of Mines of Senegal and the Moroccan investor Club in Senegal.
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