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Vinson & Elkins Islamic finance partner Ayman Khaleq has been named Middle East managing partner, the firm announced on Wednesday. In his new role, Khaleq will continue to practice out of the Dubai office, overseeing that office as well as the firm’s other two offices in the region, in Abu Dhabi and Riyadh. Khaleq replaces energy finance partner Lewis Jones, who is returning to the firm’s London office after serving as Middle East managing partner out of Abu Dhabi for the past four years. Lewis will continue to work with clients in the region, according to the firm. Khaleq was among the first attorneys to join V&E’s Dubai office, the firm’s maiden outpost in the region. He was hired as an associate in 2004, a few months after that office opened, and was promoted to partner in 2007, the same year that V&E launched its Abu Dhabi office. A native of Jordan, Khaleq has focused his practice on structured finance and debt capital markets transactions, with an emphasis on Islamic finance. He also advises clients on private equity transactions in the Middle East and on the formation of Sharia-compliant infrastructure, private equity and real estate funds. Khaleq says that as managing partner he hopes to continue building up the firm’s Middle East practice, which most recently expanded in May with the addition of the Riyadh office. Along those lines, Khaleq says that he expects to hire four associates before the end of the summer to augment the current total of 26 lawyers now staffing the three offices.

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