As an Israeli expert in Banking & Finance, Adv. Simon Jaffa participated in a Q&A by the leading CorporateLivewire website. Simon reviewed the recent regulatory changes in the area, key trends expected to be seen over the coming year.
Eli Reifman, former CEO of Emblaze, and managers at MCE Systems are being sued by a Romanian company,TDT Specialist SRL, for 63 NIS million. TDT is represented by Adv. Zohar Lande, Adv. Ronit offir and Adv. Gal Livshits.
As part of our collaboration with Startau, Tel Aviv University's Entrepreneurship Center, our firm hosted today a student delegation from Peru. The event included lectures by Adv. Micky Barnea, managing partner and by Lior Weizman, Eco System development Manager Cloud, Start ups and Academia, From IBM.
Micky Barnea, Managing Partner and Head of the Technology department published an article in the IVC annual high-tech book. In the article, Micky asserts that although online financial trading is focused on financial tools, the ability to innovate is a key ingredient in the success of online financial trading companies. As such, they should be treated as high-tech companies.
Senior industry figures from a host of FX companies met top venture capital investors in Tel Aviv, Israel today at the conference hosted by Barnea & Co. and the IVC.
Barnea & Co. was pleased to be one of the sponsors of and to participate in the British Embassy’s party to honor the Queen’s birthday. The British Ambassador to Israel, Matthew Gould, and his wife, Celia, hosted 1000 guests at the Ariel Sharon Park Recycling Mountain. The event was focused on UK/Israel collaboration in technology, with a showcase of Israeli innovation, in partnersip with the UK.
Mickey Barnea, managing partner of Barnea & Co., and Koby Simana, CEO of IVC Online, in a joint interview focused on the area of financial trading platforms. In the interview Micky discusses the effects of the new Israeli regulations pertaining to the activities of trading platforms. These regulations will come into effect on May 26, 2015.
Last week Teva and Cellcom announced voluntary retirement plans for certain employees. Teva offers early retirement to 200 employees. The plan includes a retirement package on particularly beneficial terms, markedly higher than what prevails in the market. Cellcom offers every employee with 30 months or more of seniority the possibility to terminate his work at the group, with a substantial economic parachute in the form of especially generous retirement terms.