Corporate and Securities

Supporting and advising companies of all types, including public companies, in all aspects of corporate law and securities, in Hebrew and in English, including: 

  • Incorporation of companies and partnerships.
  • Company secretarial work.
  • Advice regarding the reporting obligations of companies: to the TASE, the Israeli Securities Authority and the Registrar of Companies.
  • Supporting and advising the Board of Directors and its committees on matters of corporate governance, including internal compliance programs, corporate governance questionnaire and the Barnea report.
  • Advice relating to the regulatory environment in which the corporation operates.
  • Sale and purchase of shares and assets agreements.
  • Mergers and acquisitions.
  • Assistance in the preparation of prospectuses.
  • Assistance in equity and debt issuances (both in Israel and abroad).
  • Finance agreements.
  • Legal opinions.
  • Trust services (Israeli/foreign).
  • Liquidation of companies.


Mergers and Acquisitions:

A substantial part of the firm's activity in the corporate field is representing and advising clients on M&A transactions. The firm represents buyers, sellers and companies in complex merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions, both Israeli and international, whether in the purchase and sale of shares or in the purchase and sale of business activity or assets.

The partners in the firm contribute from their rich experience and bring to the table a vast amount of knowledge, some of it from the field of investment banking; thus, helping the client to better understand the financial aspects of the transaction and thereby make more informed and better decisions.

In recent years, the firm handled several complex and large merger transactions, with significant financial volumes.

The firm provides its clients with a comprehensive package of services, encompassing all aspects of the transaction: negotiating the deal; drafting the relevant agreements; performing due diligence; obtaining permits and licenses from the relevant authorities to complete the deal (such as the Competition Authority), submitting relevant reports to government authorities, and more.