Orit Israeli


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T +972.3.694.4190
F +972.3.609.1116

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Ms. Israeli is a partner and head of our firm’s Commercial practice.

Ms. Israeli has expertise and vast experience regarding various aspects of Corporate, Finance and Commercial Law, with an emphasis on Securities Law.

Ms. Israeli represents clients in complex procedures and transactions that have significant capital and debt financing components and in transactions that require in-depth experience and understanding of Companies Law, Partnership Law, Bankruptcy Law, and more.

Throughout her years of practice, Ms. Israeli has gained a significant reputation working with banks, including some of the largest institutional lenders and entities in the Israeli market, and abroad.

Ms. Israeli’s experience, coupled with her in-depth expertise and representation of major players in the field, give her a comprehensive, unique and creative perspective, which benefits her clients.

In addition, Ms. Israeli possess a unique understanding regarding the regulatory aspects applicable to major entities and often participates in drafting and formulating unique financing and investment structures in line with new regulatory trends, including with respect to complex transactions, beginning from the preliminary stages.

Ms. Israeli and her team provide ongoing legal counsel to companies and legal departments of corporations operating in various industries, in both traditional and new industries, among them, real estate and construction, varied services, and more, as well as a variety of areas related to the day-to-day operations of corporations.

Ms. Israeli’s clients include banks and institutional entities - some of the largest in the Israeli market, as well as a long list of private and public companies operating in a variety of sectors.

In addition to her professional pursuits, Ms. Israeli lectures in various forums in connection with her various areas of ​​expertise.

Israel, 2000

LL.B., Tel Aviv University, 1999

MBA, Tel Aviv University, 2003