Ahmed Mziou


Qualifications: Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK Oxford Blockchain Startegy Programme *Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment (CISI), London, UK Islamic Finance Qualifications (IFQ), Certificate Level 3 *Duke University School of Law, North Carolina, USA PhD Visiting Scholar (project finance and PPPs) – September 2012 University of Carthage, Faculty of Legal, Political and Social Sciences, Tunis, Tunisia Master in Tax Law Master in Common Law (Hons), Magna Cum Laude Bachelor of Law (4 years)


Mr. Meziou is well versed with both international and Tunisian law alike and very familiar with various African, Asian and European markets. Mr. Meziou frequently publishes articles and notes in world-class law reviews. He is regularly invited to speak at conferences as an international legal expert by international stakeholders such as EBRD, General Electric and ATA Insights. Mr. Meziou was a visiting scholar on project finance and PPPs at Duke University School of Law. He also holds a master’s degree in common law and a master’s degree in taxation from the University of Carthage, Faculty of Legal, Political and Social Sciences, Tunis, Tunisia.

Mr. Meziou is fluent in English, French and Arabic.

Areas of Expertise


Research Interest

Business Law

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review (EPPPL)

The law on concession n°2008-23: the legal regime for public-private partnerships in Tunisia.

The PPP law reform in Tunisia: what changes will be introduced in the legal framework?

Law in Transition, May 2015, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

Collateral – where does reform stand in 2014? (Co-authored with Ivor Istuk, counsel at EBRD)

  • Business Law
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