Ron is an associate 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:
Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Launches New Index: TA-Industrials
On March 23, 2018, the TASE board of directors approved the launch of a new index in conjunction with the Ministry of Economy and Industry.
Barnea & Co. Represented Menorah Mivtachim in its Accepted Offer to Purchase Shikun & Binui Holdings
Menorah Mivtachim Group participated in and won a competitive process conducted by Shikun & Binui for the sale of its holdings in the companies leading the Carmel Tunnels and Netivi Hatzafon Projects. The group was represented by Adv. Inon Yogev, a partner in Barnea & Co.'s Infrastructure and Project Finance Department.
Barnea & Co. represents the controlling shareholder in Lapidoth
As part of the control struggle over the A.D.O Group, our firm was chosen to represent Jacob Luxembourg, the controlling shareholder in Lapidoth. With the assistance of Advs. Mickey Barnea and Ron Shuhatovich, Mr. Luxembourg sent a letter of warning to all the directors of A.D.O Group, claiming the company's joint control agreement, signed between Shikun and Binui, the Apollo Fund, and the Dayan family, is damaging it.