Admitted to the Tunis Bar, Anis Jabnoun is the partner in charge of Global Lawyers North Africa (GLN-A), in partnership with Gide in Tunisia.
With more than 17 years of practice in Tunisia, Anis Jabnoun has extensive experience in M&A and corporate law, commercial and competition law, bankruptcy and rehabilitation procedures, banking and finance and foreign investments. He has been involved in major Tunisian M&A transactions with respect to companies carrying out banking, financial, industrial or services activities, as well as cross-border transactions.
Anis is a lecturer at the Tunis University. He is ranked as 'Rising Star' by IFLR1000 and recommended by Legal 500 EMEA since 2017, as well as by Chambers Global.
« Anis Jabnoun is praised by clients for his availability, responsiveness and 'clear and concise advice.' He is commended for his in-depth knowledge of local regulations and is noted for being 'very strong on company law, share transactions and regulatory compliance.' He is involved in a number of significant M&A deals, as well as handling joint ventures and distribution agreements. »
Chambers Global 2019
« The Tunisia practice at Global Lawyers North Africa in partnership with Gide Loyrette Nouel is led by Anis Jabnoun, with assistance from Algiers-based Samy Laghouati and Paris-based Jean-Gabriel Flandrois. Commercial and merger control matters are an area of strength for the firm. Clients include the European Investment Bank (EIB).
The dispute resolution group at Global Lawyers North Africa in partnership with Gide Loyrette Nouel is led by Anis Jabnoun, who has over 15 years' experience of practising in Tunisia. Jabnoun recently advised Owliance on the sale of 66% of the shares of a subsidiary which provides IT services to insurance companies. Clients include HP, Islamic Relief Worldwide and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. Samy Laghouati and Jean-Gabriel Flandrois are also noteworthy. »
Legal 500 EMEA 2019