Ron is a partner in the capital market department of the firm, which specializes in providing counsel and guidance to companies operating in the capital and securities markets.
Ron has experience in providing legal advice to public and private companies, including various financial institutions.
Ron guides companies through various aspects of corporate law and securities law, including IPOs and secondary offerings of securities to the public, preparing and writing prospectuses and representing clients before the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
Ron also has rich experience in ongoing consultation on various regulatory issues to Portfolio Asset Management, Mutual fund Manger’s and Trading Platforms.
In addition, Ron specilizes in establishing private investment funds and providing ongoing legal counsel relating thereto.
Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, (LL.B and B.A Business), 2010
Bar Ilan University (LL.M), 2014
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2011
News and updates - Ron Shuhatovich:
New Capital Raising Channels to Be Made Available on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
The Israel Securities Authority has approved expanding the trading activity conducted on the trading platform for institutional investors of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (referred to as TACT), so that additional types of securities may be issued and traded on it.
Doing Business in Israel – Practical Law
This year, we were once again responsible for preparing the QA guide on doing business in Israel for the Practical Law website. The guide provides an overview of recent key developments that have affected doing business in Israel, including the legal system, foreign investment, employment, tax, competition, privacy, IP, etc.
FIMI Acquires Control of Amiad Water Systems
FIMI Opportunity Funds, a private investment fund, recently completed the acquisition of control of public company Amiad Water Systems Ltd. Micky Barnea and Ron Shuhatovich represented Hachoshlim Fund Cooperative Agricultural Society Ltd., Amiad's largest shareholder, in the deal. As part of the deal, FIMI agreed to invest about USD 19 million in Amiad for a share allocation, thereby acquiring 5% more of the company's shares.