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Capital Markets / Ongoing Counsel

Barnea & Co. has extensive experience in providing ongoing counsel to public companies, bond companies, foreign companies and investors, institutional investors and others.

We have extensive experience in working with corporate secretaries, preparing immediate reports, quarterly and periodic reports and other ongoing work with regulatory agencies. Additionally, the firm is proficient in preparing a wide array of agreements, tender offers (ordinary, extraordinary, full, alternative and independent), compensation and option plans for corporate officers.

 

We provide comprehensive and timely legal services in respect of all matters relating to the commercial field, including labor lawlitigation, tax and real estate law.

 

The attorneys in our Capital Markets department have specialized expertise in the field of corporate governance and are keenly attuned to the frequent regulatory changes. The department specializes in all matters related to the capital markets and corporate law, including legal obligations of board members, corporate officers, shareholders and the various stakeholders in public companies, bond companies, traded partnerships and investment funds.

 

We work on a day-to-day basis with organizations in both the private and public sector, including regulatory agencies and government bodies such as the Israel Securities Authority, Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange, foreign stock exchanges, Commissioner of the Capital Market, Insurance and Savings, and the Antitrust Commissioner.

 

The legal services we provide are tailored to clients’ needs. We provide ongoing legal counsel and give immediate attention to complex issues when required.

 

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News and updates - Capital Markets / Ongoing Counsel:


June 30, 2016

Proposal to reconsider the activist regulatory model of the Israel Securities Authority

An article by Adv. Zvi Gabbay and Andrey Yanai on the proposal to reconsider the activist regulatory model of the Israel Securities Authority applied to the public companies, allowing them to enjoy wider business and legal maneuvering room.

Capital Markets / Ongoing Counsel

Barnea & Co. has extensive experience in providing ongoing counsel to public companies, bond companies, foreign companies and investors, institutional investors and others.

We have extensive experience in working with corporate secretaries, preparing immediate reports, quarterly and periodic reports and other ongoing work with regulatory agencies. Additionally, the firm is proficient in preparing a wide array of agreements, tender offers (ordinary, extraordinary, full, alternative and independent), compensation and option plans for corporate officers.

 

We provide comprehensive and timely legal services in respect of all matters relating to the commercial field, including labor lawlitigation, tax and real estate law.

 

The attorneys in our Capital Markets department have specialized expertise in the field of corporate governance and are keenly attuned to the frequent regulatory changes. The department specializes in all matters related to the capital markets and corporate law, including legal obligations of board members, corporate officers, shareholders and the various stakeholders in public companies, bond companies, traded partnerships and investment funds.

 

We work on a day-to-day basis with organizations in both the private and public sector, including regulatory agencies and government bodies such as the Israel Securities Authority, Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange, foreign stock exchanges, Commissioner of the Capital Market, Insurance and Savings, and the Antitrust Commissioner.

 

The legal services we provide are tailored to clients’ needs. We provide ongoing legal counsel and give immediate attention to complex issues when required.

 

Back to Capital Markets & Securities

News and updates - Capital Markets:


June 30, 2016

Proposal to reconsider the activist regulatory model of the Israel Securities Authority

An article by Adv. Zvi Gabbay and Andrey Yanai on the proposal to reconsider the activist regulatory model of the Israel Securities Authority applied to the public companies, allowing them to enjoy wider business and legal maneuvering room.

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