Ibrahim Sattout is a partner at ASAR – Al Ruwayeh & Partners. He has over 24 years of experience, 17 years of which have been spent in Kuwait.
Ibrahim’s experience includes banking and finance, public-private partnerships, government projects, commercial and corporate, acquisition transactions, capital markets and arbitration. He has been extensively involved as lead and co-counsel for the Kuwaiti government, local and foreign investors and lenders on the major BOT and PPP projects undertaken in Kuwait, in addition to acquisition transactions, debt and equity arrangements, and financing transactions.
Ibrahim led the ASAR team that advised the Partnerships Technical Bureau (PTB) and the Ministry of Electricity and Water (MEW), with regard to the structuring and procurement of the Az Zour North IWPP Phase 1.
Ibrahim is currently the lead counsel of the ASAR team that is advising the Kuwait Authority for Partnership Projects and the MEW as part of the Transaction Advisor, on all local legal aspects of the Az Zour North IWPP Phase 2 and the Al Khairan IWPP Phase 1. Ibrahim is currently also advising the lenders and international bidders and private investors with regard to certain government projects in Kuwait, including Umm Al Hayman WWTP, the Municipal Solid Waste Treatment Facility – Kabd and the Al Abdaliya ISCC Project. Ibrahim is also currently advising the lenders and international financial institutions and export credit agencies, in relation to the financing of Kuwait Integrated Petroleum Industries Company K.S.C.C.LNG import facility. In addition, Ibrahim is currently acting for the lenders in the financing of Kuwait Oil Tankers Company K.S.C.C. new building. Ibrahim is fluent in English, Arabic and French.