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Capital Markets / Enforcement and Compliance

The Capital Markets Department advises clients on the processes involved in developing and integrating compliance and ethics programs that are uniquely tailored to the needs of the client, while providing a comprehensive response to regulatory requirements and minimizing the client’s risk exposure.
 

The firm’s services in this practice area include preparing enforcement plans and advising companies on their implementation, ongoing work with a company’s board of directors and various consultants, and preparing and integrating programs that are linked to commercial issues, such as enforcement plans for antitrust and labor law issues.

 

The Department counsels companies on integration and implementation of the plan, including when changes are required due both to exogenous factors, such as changes in regulations, and internal corporate matters, such as a change in the corporate structure or mergers. 

 

Furthermore, we possess expertise in providing ongoing compliance and enforcement services to its clients. These services include advising on the activities of its internal enforcement officer and assisting the corporate secretariat with the preparation of the annual audit plan.

 

The firm also provides legal opinions as needed, ongoing legal advisory services on matters pertaining to the company’s activities, while ensuring compliance with constantly changing regulations. We also represent clients opposite the authorities, prepares reports to authorities, and more.

 

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News and updates - Capital Markets / Enforcement and Compliance:


June 20, 2017

Dr. Zvi Gabbay was interviewed by the Radio Program "Where is the Money"

Dr. Zvi Gabbay, head of the Capital Markets Department, was interviewed today on "Where is the Money" program on 103FM radio station, following the investigation launched by the Israel Securities Authority against Bezeq, the company's controlling shareholder, Shaul Elovitch, and senior officials on suspicion of committing offenses under the Securities Law. Zvi explained in the interview about transactions involving interested parties in a company. From min' 11.38

June 20, 2017

Dr. Zvi Gabbay was interviewed by Channel 2 News

Dr. Zvi Gabbay, Head of the Capital Markets Department, was interviewed for a daily program dealing with economic and consumer issues on Channel 2 news, following the investigation conducted by the Israel Securities Authority against Bezeq. Zvi explained the ISA's claims and the reason for opening the investigation.

April 19, 2017

The SEC Charges Two Israeli Residents with Insider Trading – Opinion Article

Dr. Zvi Gabbay, Head of the Capital Markets Department at Barnea & Co., in an opinion article following the decision of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to file a civil suit in a federal court against two Israeli residents who traded in Mobileye's stock and options before and after the merger announcement with Intel Corp.  Dr. Gabbay commented that the case which the SEC has formulated against the two Israelis on suspicion of using insider trading information is in the meantime very circumstantial.

Capital Markets / Enforcement and Compliance

The Capital Markets Department advises clients on the processes involved in developing and integrating compliance and ethics programs that are uniquely tailored to the needs of the client, while providing a comprehensive response to regulatory requirements and minimizing the client’s risk exposure.
 

The firm’s services in this practice area include preparing enforcement plans and advising companies on their implementation, ongoing work with a company’s board of directors and various consultants, and preparing and integrating programs that are linked to commercial issues, such as enforcement plans for antitrust and labor law issues.

 

The Department counsels companies on integration and implementation of the plan, including when changes are required due both to exogenous factors, such as changes in regulations, and internal corporate matters, such as a change in the corporate structure or mergers. 

 

Furthermore, we possess expertise in providing ongoing compliance and enforcement services to its clients. These services include advising on the activities of its internal enforcement officer and assisting the corporate secretariat with the preparation of the annual audit plan.

 

The firm also provides legal opinions as needed, ongoing legal advisory services on matters pertaining to the company’s activities, while ensuring compliance with constantly changing regulations. We also represent clients opposite the authorities, prepares reports to authorities, and more.

 

Back to Capital Markets & Securities

News and updates - Capital Markets:


June 20, 2017

Dr. Zvi Gabbay was interviewed by the Radio Program "Where is the Money"

Dr. Zvi Gabbay, head of the Capital Markets Department, was interviewed today on "Where is the Money" program on 103FM radio station, following the investigation launched by the Israel Securities Authority against Bezeq, the company's controlling shareholder, Shaul Elovitch, and senior officials on suspicion of committing offenses under the Securities Law. Zvi explained in the interview about transactions involving interested parties in a company. From min' 11.38

June 20, 2017

Dr. Zvi Gabbay was interviewed by Channel 2 News

Dr. Zvi Gabbay, Head of the Capital Markets Department, was interviewed for a daily program dealing with economic and consumer issues on Channel 2 news, following the investigation conducted by the Israel Securities Authority against Bezeq. Zvi explained the ISA's claims and the reason for opening the investigation.

April 19, 2017

The SEC Charges Two Israeli Residents with Insider Trading – Opinion Article

Dr. Zvi Gabbay, Head of the Capital Markets Department at Barnea & Co., in an opinion article following the decision of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to file a civil suit in a federal court against two Israeli residents who traded in Mobileye's stock and options before and after the merger announcement with Intel Corp.  Dr. Gabbay commented that the case which the SEC has formulated against the two Israelis on suspicion of using insider trading information is in the meantime very circumstantial.

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