Anat Shavit

Partner

Contact Details

T +972.3.694.4203
F +972.3.606.9609
ashavit@fbclawyers.com

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“The ‘highly knowledgeable’ Anat Shavit attracts widespread praise from clients, who value her 'very strong technical skill and very good reputation'" Chambers & Partners "Impresses market sources with her 'good tactical skills" Chambers & Partners "Personal attention and dedication" Chambers & Partners

Ms. Shavit is the head of FBC's Tax Department and is recognized by international and domestic indices as one of Israel's leading tax practitioners.

Her diverse practice encompasses income tax, VAT, real estate tax, international tax matters, taxation of provident funds, tax implications of employee benefit plans, and compensation packages. Ms. Shavit also has considerable experience working with governmental and regulatory agencies involved in privatizations and restructurings.

Ms. Shavit has broad experience in handling complex M&A, financing, and capital markets transactions, and in the representation of venture capital and private equity funds in fund formation matters, as well as regarding investments in portfolio companies. 

Ms. Shavit’s on-going work for Israeli and multinational clients includes advising on cross-border tax structuring, representation before the Israeli tax authorities in ruling requests and settlement agreements, and providing opinions on tax-related issues.

Ms. Shavit is Co-Chair of the Tax Committee of the Central District of the Israel Bar Association.

Legal500_2015_1    Leading Individual in Tax

 

AnatShavitChambers2016   Tax

 

Tax Directors Handbook - TDH250 Lawyer - 2015

Israel, 1996

Tel Aviv University (LL.B.), 1994

Tel Aviv University (B.A., Economics), 1994

Legal Update: Tax – February 2017 (Hebrew)

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Anat Shavit & Keren Alon | Feb 2017

FBC represented a JPMorgan Chase Bank led syndicate in a $280M financing transaction

FBC represented a JPMorgan Chase Bank led syndicate, which included Bank Hapoalim and Bank Leumi, as joint organizers, in a $280M financing transaction with respect to Mellanox Technologies Ltd.   The proceeds of the loan were used mainly as part of Mellanox's co...

Miri Kimhi & Anat Shavit & Amit Dat & Tal Eyal-Boger & Ziv Schwartz & Omri Y. Flicker & Rona Carp & Keren Alon & Merav Grinspan | Feb 2016

Amendments to Israel’s “Angels Law” – Aiming to Encourage Investments in Startups (Hebrew)

Amendments to Israel's "Angels Law" - Aiming to Encourage Investments in Startups (Hebrew)

Anat Shavit & Keren Alon | Jan 2016
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