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Amna Al Jallaf keynote speaker at the JPMorgan Inspiring Women Event


Amna Al Jallaf, Managing Partner of Al Jallaf Advocates & Legal Consultants and member of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce’s Board and theDubai Business Women Council (DBWC), participated as co-host and a keynote speaker in the JPMorgan Inspiring Women Breakfast Event which was held on Saturday, March 3rd 2018, andtook place at the JPMorgan VIP Tennis Chalet (Dubai Tennis Championship Irish Village). The event featured key UAE women and youth organizations on the occasion of Women’s History Month and provided a great senior leaders and women networking platform and inspiring discussions on progress towards gender parity and women in leadership. Part of JPMorgan Women’s History Month, the event addressed many topics including introduction of the event, Inspiring Panel on gender parity and women in leadership, Special Guest: Surprise women’s Winner Tennis Player and an inspiring speech on ‘Beating the odds’.


Ihab is an Italian attorney-at-law and expert in the aviation sector. He has been engaged in commercial and regulatory law practice for many years, with a focus on aviation.

He has an extensive experience in high-profile litigation, aircraft financing and leasing, aviation regulation, aircraft accident investigations and policy & business aviation issues.

During his career, he has been actively involved in a full range of legal matters arising in the aviation industry, including drafting aviation legislations, participating in major Privatization and Public–Private Partnership projects, delivering regulatory consultations & proceedings, handling general aviation and commercial issues including sale, purchase and lease of aircraft transactions, aircraft & air navigation services’ insurance and reinsurance, and other environment, security & safety issues.

Ihab has addressed numerous conferences on aviation law and aircraft financing & leasing in the Middle East, Europe and Canada, and published on a variety of issues, including commercial aviation developments, environmental regulation impacting the aviation sector and the Cape Town Convention and its Aircraft Protocol.

He is a member of ICAO’s Commission of Experts of the Supervisory Authority of the International Registry (CESAIR) for the purposes of the Cape Town Convention (CTC) and the Aircraft Protocol.