Jean Jérôme Khodara
Jean-Jérôme Khodara is a partner in Matouk Bassiouny’s corporate and M&A practice group and is the head of the firm’s Algeria practice.
Prior to joining the firm, Jean-Jérôme worked with the French international law firm Gide Loyrette Nouel and the group LafargeHolcim, where he was in charge of M&A transactions in Africa and the Middle-East, including Algeria where he was based for over a year. He advises on corporate transactions with a focus on complex cross-border deals. His expertise includes the setting-up of joint ventures, as well as managing all phases of M&A transactions, including structuring, negotiation and drafting the transaction documents.
Jean-Jérôme holds a master’s degree from Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas University, a LLM from the University of Rennes, and a further LLM from Exeter University. He holds also a master’s in public administration from Harvard University.