Prior to joining Ogier, Jad worked for several other high profile law firms, including a magic circle firm, and a major European bank. He has more than 15 years' experience working on Luxembourg matters and also worked for several years as head of the Luxembourg desk of a European law firm in New York.
Jad is also active in academic circles and has lectured on guarantees, mortgages, security interests, property and fiduciary rights, Islamic finance, as well as privacy and IT law.
He regularly speaks and frequently publishes on subjects such as fund finance, cross-border lending, financial collateral, BRRD and banking regulations, securities law and restructuring and corporate recovery law. He sits on the editorial board of the Revue de Droit du Financement de l'Economie published by Legitech. He is an active member of numerous Luxembourg and international professional associations, including the American Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg (Amcham), the Luxembourg Association of Banking Lawyers (ALJB), the International Bar Association (IBA), the American Bar Association (ABA) and the New York Bar Association. Jad holds postgraduate degrees in private international law (DEA) and IT law (DESS) as well as a doctor of laws. His PhD thesis was on the taking of security over financial assets.
Luxembourg (Liste IV)