Khaled Abou El Houda
has been admitted to the Senegalese Bar since 1999 and has been authorised to exercise in Ivory Coast since 2018. He holds a Master's degree in Business Law and a Master's degree in Banking & Finance, and has developed notable expertise in the fields of finance, the financing of major infrastructure, energy, oil and gas and mining projects. He is a mediator and arbitrator in OHADA business law, and is registered as an arbitrator at the CCJA of Abidjan and at the CAMC of Dakar. Finally, he is affiliated to a number of professional associations, such as the Chamber of Mines of Senegal and the Moroccan Investor Club in Senegal. Khaled has participated in the training of civil servants from several West African governments in the context of reviewing their legal framework relating to oil and gas and proposing updates.
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