Farmida Bi is a banking lawyer based in London. She has specialised in capital markets transactions for over 15 years and has advised on English and New York law debt and equity capital markets transactions (including Islamic finance and securitisations), emerging markets, regulatory issues, structured finance and mergers and acquisitions.
Farmida acts for a broad range of the leading financial institutions and for both sovereign and corporate issuers. She is an expert in Islamic capital markets and has advised the arrangers on a number of the leading transactions including the Tamweel securitisation, recognised as the first Islamic true securitisation, and on the PCFC Sukuk issue to fund Dubai World's purchase of P&O.
Farmida is cited as a leading individual for both capital markets and Islamic finance in Chambers UK 2012. She is a graduate of Downing College, Cambridge and is qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales and a New York attorney.
The Summer School in Rome is jointly organized by the European Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence – University of Rome Tor Vergata, CEIS (Centre for Economic and In....
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October 29, 2013
The Court of Appeal has ordered Drivers Jonas to pay Capita £11.86 million plus interest for a negligent valuation of a Factory Outlet Centre in Kent..
November 12, 2012
Traditionally, shipping companies have relied on bank debt to finance their operations and the acquisition of vessels. The recent credit crisis and the tightening....
February 28, 2012
Global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright participated in a reception held at the House of Commons on Tuesday 28 January, entitled “The UK as an International Cent.
January 30, 2014
Farmida Bi comments on the growth of Turkey’s Islamic banking sector .
January 10, 2014