Mohamed Toorani is a Legal Director and Head of the Bahrain office of DLA Piper. As a Bahraini national, his bilingual skills, innate understanding of the culture and invaluable international and legal experience on corporate and finance matters, bring high value to the team.

Mohamed is experienced in the Corporate and Finance practice and came to DLA Piper after working in situ at Mashreqbank psc, Dubai for a number of years. Mohamed has over 11 years of legal experience and advises on a broad range of corporate and finance matters, including general corporate, corporate governance, company formation, share and asset transfers, funds (ranging from mutual funds to hedge funds or PIUs), liquidations, drafting and reviewing of conventional banking facility documentation, securitization, joint ventures, special purpose vehicles, trademarks, licenses, intellectual property, employment, real estate, insurance, investments under Bahrain, UAE, and UK law.

Mohamed has recently been chosen by the office of His Royal Highness the Crown Prince and First Deputy Prime Minister Sheikh Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa and His Excellency Sheikh Khalid bin Ali Al Khalifa, Minister of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Al Awqaf as one (1) of four (4) Private Notaries (English) in Bahrain. He is the youngest and only international firm representative chosen.

Mohamed is also the first and only Bahraini national to head an international firm in Bahrain.