Based in both New York and London, Ms Mona E Dajani has for over 20 years been counsel to many of the world’s most prominent development and investment companies in connection with hundreds of successful infrastructure, real estate and energy transactions, and projects in conventional and Islamic equity and debt transactions. She represents sovereign wealth funds, private equity funds, export credit agencies, investment funds, governments, banks, developers, institutional investors, lenders, pension fund advisers, contractors and asset management companies with respect to a wide range of shariah-compliant finance and investment transactions across the core practice areas of banking, project finance, capital markets, restructuring, M&A, investment funds and dispute resolution. She has expertise in structuring, documenting and negotiating complex transactions and developing innovative shariah-compliant techniques, including finance, regulation, project and asset finance, hedging and swap transactions, funds and other structures, including sukuk issues.
Ms Dajani has repeatedly been recognised as a leading lawyer by The Legal 500, IFLR1000, The Best Lawyers in America (2013–2016) and other publications, and as a Rising Star by Law360. She was elected to the board of directors for the American Council on Renewable Energy in 2015.
Ms Dajani is a regular contributor and commentator for CNN radio, POLITICO, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Fox News, The New York Times, The Washington Post, National Public Radio (NPR) and USA Today, among others.