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Dubai—Dentons has been shortlisted for a total of 11 Middle East awards at the Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Awards and IFLR Middle East Awards 2016.

Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East have shortlisted Dentons for seven awards, including Trade & Export Finance Deal of the Year, Syndicated Loan Deal of the Year by a Debut Borrower, Structured Finance Deal of the Year, Sub-Investment Grade Bond/Sukuk Deal of the Year, Financial Institution Financing Deal of the Year, Sovereign/Quasi-Sovereign Financing Deal of the Year and Bond/Sukuk Deal of the Year by a Debut Issuer. The awards are the only event to recognise and celebrate excellence in the Middle Eastern and Islamic Capital Markets.

IFLR Middle East have shortlisted Dentons for four awards, including Debt and equity linked deal of the year, where Dentons has been nominated for two separate deals, Debt and equity-linked team of the year and Project Finance Deal of the Year. IFLR is the industry leader for rewarding legal innovation, recognising the best work in both private practice and in-house departments for the past 13 years.

Partner and Head of Banking and Finance in the Middle East, Paul Jarvis, commented 'We are delighted to be shortlisted for awards across a wide selection of categories, and to be recognised by peers and industry leaders for our outstanding work on ground breaking and 'first' transactions in the region. We hope to continue our success in 2016 following the winner announcements'.

The Bonds, Loans and Sukuk Awards will be held on 7th December in Dubai, and winners of the IFLR Middle East Awards 2016 will be announced at the annual dinner in Dubai at the Burj Al Arab on 19th October.

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