Banking & Finance

With one of Israel’s leading Banking & Finance practices, FBC represents many of Israel’s largest creditors, including banks and insurance companies, investment houses and financial institutions, and borrowers in many of the largest and most complex secured and non-secured financing transactions in Israel. FBC also regularly counsels foreign banks and financial institutions in their banking and financial regulatory matters.

By virtue of its broad practice and diverse client base, FBC offers its clients a wide market perspective. It is a market leader in the areas of securitization, secured finance and intercreditor relations, and has the largest institutional lending practice in Israel. FBC's banking and finance practice is highly regarded for its ability to structure creative solutions facilitating complex transactions.

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Israel’s leading institutional investors, in the $255M syndicated refinancing of one of the partners in the Tamar gas field consortium

Israel’s leading institutional investors, in an intercreditor agreement in connection with a NIS 780M syndicated real estate financing

A major holding company active in the industrial, infrastructure and energy fields, in a  syndicated financing of a power plant project and general corporate needs, and in an international export credit agreement backed by an ECA guarantee, totaling approximately NIS 500M

A leading technology services provider, in an international syndicated financing of its acquisition by a reputable US fund 

The Eurocom Group, in a NIS 4.6B syndicated financing and a NIS 500M mezzanine financing of the purchase of Bezeq, and in the $800M issuance of senior secured notes, refinancing the acquisition debt

The State of Israel, in its 2005-2012 privatization of its holdings in Israel’s leading banks, Israel Discount Bank and Bank Leumi, through the sale of control stakes and block trades

The first Israeli municipal bond issuance, the first Israeli factoring securitization and the first Israeli securitization transaction of credit card invoices