MHLF Promotions

At MHLF, we recognize and appreciate the hard work and dedication our employees put in which contributes towards the success of our company and culture.

Therefore, we are delighted to announce the following promotions:

  • Ahmed Elmahdy  from our Litigation team has been promoted to Executive Associate.
  • Mohammed El-Dakamawy from our Corporate/Commercial team has been promoted to Executive Associate.
  • Waddah Elhassan from our Corporate/Commercial team has been promoted to Associate.

Both members have  been a key asset to MHLF and we are pleased to see their career success growth.

We would like to congratulate Ahmed, Mohammed & Waddah on their well-deserved promotion and wish them the best of luck.

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