Karl Tabbakh
Karl Tabbakh
(514) 397-2326
1000 De La Gauchetière St W, Suite 2500, Montréal, QC
Year called to bar: 1998
Partner in the firm’s Business Law Group in Montréal, Regional Managing Partner for Québec region, and serves on the firm’s executive as member of the Senior Leadership Team. Leader of the firm’s International Business Strategy. Practice focuses on M&A, corporate finance, private equity, and related commercial matters. Advises private equity firms, institutional investors, and sovereign wealth funds on a wide range of strategic and transactional matters both domestically and abroad. Has solid international experience having practised in the UK and Middle East for several years. Has led and participated in the negotiation and structuring of some of the most high-profile and strategically critical transactions in Canada, the Middle East, and globally. Brings a unique investor and business experience to clients as a co-founder of a private equity firm in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Is Vice-Chair of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Received his LLB from Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, in 1997 after completing his BCL at the Université de Montreal in 1996. Obtained a BComm from Université Laval in Québec City. Called to the Québec Bar in 1998 and qualified as Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 2002. Speaks French, English, and Arabic.
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