Nour El-Kebbi advises a wide variety of clients on cross-border investigations and interactions with regulators relating to allegations of corrupt practices, money laundering,
violations of economic sanctions laws, accounting and financial irregularities, and improper
Ms. El-Kebbi has investigated matters around the world, with a particular focus on Europe,
the Middle East, Africa and Asia. She also has represented individual and corporate defendants in cross-border criminal investigations, SEC and DOJ enforcement matters, and
inquiries and other interactions with regulators, including with respect to the enforcement of
economic sanctions and anti-money laundering laws and regulations.
In addition, Ms. El-Kebbi regularly works with global corporations on reviewing and updating compliance programs, as well as on investigating and remediating compliance issues.
This work includes conducting risk assessments and gap analyses, drafting policies and
procedures, and counseling on internal controls to identify and prevent potential violations
of anti-corruption laws, such as the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the U.K. Bribery
Act. Ms. El-Kebbi also works on pre- and post-acquisition due diligence in the context of
Additionally, Ms. El-Kebbi has an active pro bono practice and devotes significant time to
representing individuals (particularly those from the Middle East) who are seeking asylum,
special immigrant visas or advice on other immigration-related issues. She also has advised
nonprofits and international human rights organizations on a variety of compliance and
regulatory matters and provided assistance for these organizations’ advocacy work.