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Sakib Sikder

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Managing Partner

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Mr. Sakib Sikder is a seasoned commercial & corporate counsel having over 17 years of legal experience. He developed his core expertise in Commercial, Indirect Taxation, and Company Law. Later in his carrier, Mr. Sakib developed expertise in telecommunication laws, intellectual property laws, indirect tax litigations, merger & acquisitions, and regulatory licensing. Mr. Sakib is currently working for foreign and local investors on several Greenfield projects. He has helped foreign investors to set up number of companies and specially tech ventures and startups. He regularly contributes to World Bank Doing Business Reports and advices clients on government tenders and infra projects.

Mr. Sakib has vast expertise in conducting litigations before the High Court Division, Customs and VAT Appellate Tribunal & Labour Tribunals in Bangladesh. He is a regular practitioner before the Company Bench and has represented clients in relation to shareholder disputes, minority protections, winding up, rectification and merger applications. He represents several local and foreign clients on contractual and commercial disputes and litigations in relation to infrastructure disputes. Mr. Sakib is presently advising Feed the Future project of Chemonics International.

Mr. Sakib is a Member of the Lincoln’s Inn & an Advocate of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. Mr. Sakib completed his LL.M in International Business Law from the City University of London & LL.B (Hons) from the University of London. He has also undertaken several professional courses including PGDL in Professional Studies from the City University of London; Rethinking International Taxation from Leiden University, Sweden, and Finance from Non-Finance Professional from the University of California, Irvine. Mr. Sakib is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, UK.


LL.M (City University of London) Pg.DL (City University of London) LL.B (Hons) (University of London)