Ibrachy Legal Consultancy


4 Elsad Elaly Street
Dokki, Cairo 12311

+202 333 8 1099

+202 333 8 1099

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Senior Partner: Ashraf Elibrachy
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Quick facts:

Number of lawyers: 10
Languages: Arabic, English, French

Ibrachy Legal Consultancy (formerly Ibrachy & Partners) was founded by Ashraf Elibrachy in 2006 as a de-merger from one of Egypt’s oldest law firms established in 1932.

I&P started as a boutique firm aiming to provide premium quality service in its chosen specialist areas. In less than a year from its inception, the firm became recognized as a powerhouse that regularly represents leading international and domestic clients in complex high value and cross-border transactions.
Now, I&P has spanned into a full-fledged law firm with six partners specialized in a wide variety of fields ranging from Banking and Finance, Project Finance and Capital Markets to Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Law, Employment and PPP.

The firm’s lawyers, who are now 20 lawyers, are fluent in English, Arabic and French and include several English qualified lawyers, including at partner level. I&P has acted on some of the largest and most complex transactions in the region and has a large, well-established international and Egyptian client base including corporations, individual investors, international financial institutions, private equity firms, NGOs, leading foreign law firms and governmental organizations.

  • Banking and finance
  • Capital markets
  • Corporate and M&A
  • Project Finance

Mergers & Acquisitions:
Ashraf Elibrachy

Sara Hinton

Banking & Finance:
Ashraf Elibrachy

Alia Monieb

Project Finance:
Ashraf Elibrachy

Alia Monieb

Capital Markets:
Tarek Gadallah

Mostafa Elshafei

Recent transactional highlights:

  • Advised the IFC, EBRD and the CIB as Senior Lenders in relation to the financing of the construction and operation of Bulk Liquids Terminal and ancillary facilities for the import and storage of gasoil, LPG and LNG;
  • Advising EPPC, the borrower EPPC, the borrower, on a Multi-Currency Syndicated Long Term Loan of current standing USD 306.523 million;
  • Represented GTH in connection with its share buy-back and the financing thereof.

  • Banking
  • Financial services
  • Real state
  • Oil and gas
  • Healthcare
  • Food and beverage
  • Mining