Ahmad Ghazali Mohammad Anuar
- L.L.B. (Hons) University of Malaya, 1986
- L.L.M. (Corporate and Commercial Law), London School of Economics 1988
- Admitted as an advocate and solicitor to the High Court of Malaya 1987.
Area of Practice
Ghazali’s areas of practice are in corporate and commercial matters and he has advised and drafted documentation on joint ventures, supply and services contracts, corporate restructuring and acquisitions.
Ghazali started his career in legal practice doing commercial and banking litigation for some years in Messrs Shook Lin Bok and later in Messrs Rashid & Lee. In 1992 he joined ExxonMobil in Malaysia where he became a Senior Attorney. He left ExxonMobil in July of 1995 to join Sapura Digital Sdn Bhd, a cellular telecommunications operator and part of the Sapura Group (and subsequently taken over by the Time Telecommunications Group) as the Senior Manager for Legal, Company Secretarial and Property matters. In 1999, he joined Messrs Azman, Davidson & Co. and in 2007 he then joined Messrs Hisham, Sobri & Kadir. He left in early 2010 to be a Director of a Malaysian owned Indonesian coal mining and trading company based in Jakarta and later rejoined Messrs Hisham, Sobri & Kadir in mid 2011.
The matters Ghazali has handled include the following:
- Drafting and negotiating contracts for the telecommunications industry such as for mobile number portability, operator inter-connection, co-location of equipment as well as for the supply of equipment and service provision.
- Drafting and negotiating supply of equipment, services and consultancy contracts for the oil and gas, coal and sugar industries.
- Structuring, negotiating and drafting acquisition agreements for service stations, radio base stations and coal mines in Indonesia.
- Drafting and negotiating various commercial agreements such as joint ventures, shareholders agreements, share sale agreements, manufacturing contracts and franchise contracts.
- Drafting and negotiating various property agreements such as sale and purchase agreements, leases and tenancies.