Yomna Elewa

Yomna Elewa

Attorney at law
Cairo, Egypt+202 2269 0881Download VCard
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About Yomna

Yomna joined S & S in January 2017 after graduating from the University of Edinburgh with a First Class Bachelor of Laws with Honours.

Yomna’s Experience

Yomna has led a number of high profile matters and transactions, including:


  • Advising Nestlé S.A. on its EGP 600 million acquisition of Caravan Marketing Company, owner of market-leading coffee brand Bonjorno, including SPA review, Share Transfer execution and submitting an M&A notification to the Egyptian Competition Authority.

Banking & Finance

  • Advising clients on Egyptian Law matters in relation to loan agreements, securities documents and other financial documents.

General Corporate

  • Representing MHI Technologies, MedNet, Q’Max, ED&F Man, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems and Dubai Ports World on general corporate and commercial law issues and providing ongoing legal assistance.
  • Advising a multinational client on different aspects of Egyptian Law including Competition Law and NGO Law.


  • Representing Amazon, the European Union Delegation to Egypt, Nestlé Egypt and Edison on various labor and employment matters, including drafting employment contracts and providing general legal assistance and advice.

Practice Areas

  • Banking & Finance
  • Employment
  • General Commercial
  • General corporate
  • M&A

Publications & Speaking Engagements

  • “Public Private Partnerships in Egypt: Unearthing Opportunities for DFIs” (Law Today Magazine 2017)


  • Bachelor of Laws with Honours, The University of Edinburgh (2012-2016).
  • Bachelor of Law , Cairo University (to be obtained).


  • Arabic
  • English
  • French
  • Spanish

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Yomna Elewa

Yomna Elewa

Attorney at law


Yomna is a super energetic Attorney at Law, she spreads happiness and positivity wherever she goes. She's passionate about travelling and reading, she actually can speak five languages. Yomna decided to practice law after reading an article about automation of many services ... How Ironic!