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:
Fintech Companies: New Program to Facilitate Regulatory Reliefs
Although Israel is a world leader in the fintech field, companies operating in this area face many regulatory challenges. A newly published legal memorandum aims to enable the creation of a “sandbox”, with inspiration from various programs already implemented in Japan, Australia, and Singapore. The goal is to establish a unique experimental environment, a “regulatory sandbox,” where regulatory relief is granted to companies who choose to participate in the program.
Banks Required to Share Information about Clients with Other Financial Bodies
As part of a broad change led by the Ministry of Finance to increase competition in the banking and financial services market, a memorandum for the Provision of Financial Information Services Law was recently published for public comments.
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.