Mr. Jabborov received his Executive MBA degree from the University of Denver Daniels - College of Business, United States (2008), his bachelor degree in law from the Tashkent State Law Institute (2000).
Mr. Jabborov is admitted to practice in Uzbekistan since 2000.
Experience & Career
Mr. Bakhodir Jabborov has over 13 years of experience in Uzbekistani legal services market. Prior to joining GRATA Law Firm, Bakhodir had worked for eight years for Newmont Mining Corporation, the world’s largest gold producer, as their Chief In-House Counsel in Uzbekistan.
Mr. Jabborov focuses his practice on a wide range of commercial and corporate transactions, including construction of major infrastructure facilities, subsoil law, contract law, environmental matters, production sharing agreements, licensing and permitting, mergers and acquisitions, etc.
- Natural Resources;
- Subsoil Use;
- Environmental Law;
- Licenses and Permits;
- Contract Law;
- Corporate Law/M&A;
- “Getting the Deal Through – Mergers & Acquisitions 2011 – Uzbekistan”.
- “Doing Business 2012: Doing Business in a More Transparent World” contribution.
- “Getting the Deal Through – Mining 2013 – Uzbekistan”;
- “Getting the Deal Through – Merger Control 2014 – Uzbekistan”.
Recent Representative Matters
- Advising the World’s leading natural resources company in drafting and negotiations of an Exploration Agreement and Production Sharing Agreement with the Uzbekistan Government. Assistance with licensing and permitting matters, including obtaining the land allotment;
- Advising the leading US (Fortune 100) company in drafting and negotiations of a Joint Venture Agreement with the National Holding Company “Uzbekneftegaz” on establishment in Free Industrial Economic Zone “Navoi” a joint venture on production of compressed natural gas stations and related equipment;
- Advising leading European company in negotiations with the Uzbek Government of exploration licenses and construction of US$500 million cement plant in Uzbekistan;
- Advising and acting for the sponsors’ consortium consisting of a major Malaysian national petroleum corporation and a South-African private corporation on Investment Agreement with Uzbekistan Government, Joint Venture Agreement with the National Holding Company “Uzbekneftegaz”, for construction, maintenance, and operation of the GTL Plant in worth US$ 3.5 bln;
- Advising the large Japanese and Korean engineering companies with respect to licensing and permitting requirements for EPC contractors for modernization of Talimarjan thermal power station;
- Advising on Uzbek law licensing and permitting matters in a major US4.0bn oil and gas project finance transaction aiming to support upstream and downstream capacity under Surgil Gas Chemicals Project;
- Acting for a World’s leading engineering company on establishment of the Joint Engineering Center in Uzbekistan, drafting and negotiating Joint Venture Agreement with Uzbekistan project institutes in petroleum and heavy industries, negotiating and drafting the Investment Agreement with Uzbekistan Government to receive individual tax and customs incentives;
- Advising the leading European company in drafting and negotiations of a Joint Venture Agreement with the National Holding Company “Uzbekneftegaz” on establishment in Free Industrial Economic Zone “Navoi” a joint venture on production of modern heating systems;
- Assisting the leading European high-speed train manufacturer on incorporation of a subsidiary in Uzbekistan and providing day to day legal assistance;
- Conducting full legal due diligence of the largest beer brewer in Uzbekistan for a leading Turkish beer brewing company with the view of corporate acquisition.
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