Nowar Mejanni

KPMG in Yemen was founded as Mejanni & Co. in 1983, began representing KPMG in 1988, and then became a full KPMG Member Firm in 1996.

Since then it has grown in stature and reputation. This is due to our core objectives; to give clients our highest standards of service, our best advice and relevant information as it is needed.

Our local experience combined with the international skill-set of our highly qualified professionals means that KPMG in Yemen offers a wide range of services under one roof, possibly more than any other accounting and advisory firm in Yemen. This also gives us the national and international capabilities we need to serve our many clients.

Our clients’ needs are foremost, whether they are a small one-man business or a multi-national corporation, Yemeni or international, private or within the public sector.

When you need practical help and informed advice, KPMG in Yemen are ready and able to assist you effectively and efficiently.

KPMG in Yemen’s activities are supervised and managed by Mr. Mohammed Zohdi Mejanni, the Senior Partner who is licensed as a Charted Accountant in Yemen.

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KPMG Yemen Mejanni & Co. A partnership established under Yemeni law and a member firm of the KPMG network of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”), a Swiss entity. All rights reserved.

 

Jamal Alkaf

Jamal Alkaf is the managing director / legal advisor (Director of legal and finance) of SAHRA Consulting and has substantial years of experience in the oil and gas industry. He is working with SAHRA for over few years and worked with major projects and arbitration cases (both local and international) with big and renowned oil & gas companies/clients.

Jamal Alkaf was the legal advisor of the National Oil Company and the Ministry of Oil and Minerals of Yemen. One of his main projects of his work was to participate in drafting and negotiate the Production Sharing Agreements for Yemen third international biding round. Moreover, he was part of various committees at high government levels for various issues concerning oil and gas.

He is a Member to the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, among other institutions and professional societies.

Jamal Alkaf holds a degree in International Business Administration from the American Intercontinental University of London, a BA (Honours) in Business Law from Kingston University in London and LLM with distinction in Oil and Gas Law from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen.