Saudi Arabia: Clyde & Co Opens Fully Integrated Office In Saudi Arabia
Last Updated: 5 March 2015

Clyde & Co has further formalised its existing offering in Riyadh with the opening of its fully integrated office.

The newly-formed structure will be headed by Abdulaziz Al-Bosaily whose law office has been closely associated with Clyde & Co for more than six years.

Ben Cowling, a specialist construction partner of Clyde & Co who has been resident in KSA since 2012, will continue to be based in Riyadh and assist with the management of the office.

Saudi Arabia plays a vital role in Clyde & Co's regional development plan. This milestone demonstrates the firm's long-term commitment to the Kingdom and provides an even stronger platform to service clients and expand business. The firm is only the second international law firm to gain regulatory approval to open a fully integrated office in the Kingdom.

Boasting a team of 14 fee earners, 75% of whom are Saudi nationals, the team is supported by Clyde & Co's wider regional team of 170 lawyers based across four additional offices in the UAE, Qatar and Libya.

Saudi Arabia is a fast growing market, with increasing foreign investment and large scale infrastructure projects pushing the economy forward. It is one of the most attractive investment prospects in the GCC and a natural draw to both local and international companies.

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