has a practice as a senior associate that includes banking and financial services, Islamic finance, M&A, capital markets, infrastructure and project finance, and general corporate and commercial law. Rahat, who has co-authored publications on Islamic finance and lending and taking security in the UAE, is a member of the Law Society of England and Wales, and has an MA in law (banking and capital markets) from the University of Westminster.
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