completed his bachelor’s degree in Islamic law in 1998, after which he qualified and was nominated as a Saudi Arabian judge in 2001. However, he decided to join the private sector and worked as legal affairs manager at the Savola Group. Since joining Derayah LLPC in 2009, Amr Kadi has specialised in litigation, finance and capital markets. He has extensive experience representing clients in bankruptcy proceedings and financial restructurings.
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