Van Campen Liem acted as legal and tax counsel for Halan’s major investors, led by Algebra Ventures, while Willkie Farr acted for Halan Inc. and White & Case advised MNT Investments B.V.
The combined entity, MNT-Halan – both co-founded by Mounir Nakhla – is positioning itself as Egypt’s first “super app” that will combine a host of services, including e-payments, microfinance, delivery and ride-hailing services.
The Van Campen Liem team included Saman Sadeghi, Tom Mitchell and Robin de Meester.
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https://enterprise.press/stories/2021/06/24/egypt-gets-its-own-super-app-45823/ OR https://www.reuters.com/business/egypt-eyes-surge-fintech-investment-after-new-laws-2021-06-22/