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Kibbutz Sector

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P. Capital Markets, Corporate, Kibbutz Sector, Private Clients, Technology

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P.Antitrust, Corporate, Kibbutz Sector, Regulation

Our firm has an extensive track record of advising the entities involved in the unique kibbutz industry including kibbutzim themselves, purchasing organizations, moshavim and other types of communal settlements, as well as those interested in investing in the kibbutz industry.

 

Our services to the kibbutz industry include: the establishment of modern cooperatives; mergers and acquisitions; organizational and structural changes; privatization; dispute resolution and litigation; converting cooperatives into private or publicly traded companies and converting private companies into cooperatives; counsel regarding real estate transactions; proceedings for planning and rezoning agricultural land; tax planning; negotiations with worker committees; and preparing collective bargaining agreements.

 

In the course of our work, we have become adept at working with the public bodies that are integral to the kibbutz sector, building strong relationships with the Registrar of Cooperative Societies, the Ministries of Agriculture and Health, the Antitrust Commissioner, Israel Land Authority and other government regulators.

News and updates - Kibbutz Sector:


April 26, 2018

Seminar on How TASE Can Spur Growth of Kibbutz Industry

Barnea, BDO Israel, and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) are hosting today a seminar on the accounting and legal aspects of issuing collective companies on the TASE.

April 22, 2018

Kibbutz-Owned Companies Prefer the Investment of Private Funds

Micky Barnea, our Managing Partner, was interviewed by Globes on kibbutz-owned companies' transition from launching IPOs on the stock exchange to seeking investments from private equity funds.

August 19, 2015

Barnea & Co. represented Kibbutz Shefayim

Kibbutz Shefayim filed a request yesterday to the Tel Aviv District Court to declare Yehuda Doron, the former treasurer of Kibbutz Shefayim, as bankrupt, if he does not pay within one week the sum of NIS 14.6 million. This amount represents the majority of the money in respect of which Doron was convicted of theft. 

Kibbutz Sector

Our firm has an extensive track record of advising the entities involved in the unique kibbutz industry including kibbutzim themselves, purchasing organizations, moshavim and other types of communal settlements, as well as those interested in investing in the kibbutz industry.

 

Our services to the kibbutz industry include: the establishment of modern cooperatives; mergers and acquisitions; organizational and structural changes; privatization; dispute resolution and litigation; converting cooperatives into private or publicly traded companies and converting private companies into cooperatives; counsel regarding real estate transactions; proceedings for planning and rezoning agricultural land; tax planning; negotiations with worker committees; and preparing collective bargaining agreements.

 

In the course of our work, we have become adept at working with the public bodies that are integral to the kibbutz sector, building strong relationships with the Registrar of Cooperative Societies, the Ministries of Agriculture and Health, the Antitrust Commissioner, Israel Land Authority and other government regulators.

Key partner

P. Capital Markets, Corporate, Kibbutz Sector, Private Clients, Technology

Key contact

P. Antitrust, Corporate, Kibbutz Sector, Regulation

News and updates - Kibbutz Sector:


April 26, 2018

Seminar on How TASE Can Spur Growth of Kibbutz Industry

Barnea, BDO Israel, and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) are hosting today a seminar on the accounting and legal aspects of issuing collective companies on the TASE.

April 22, 2018

Kibbutz-Owned Companies Prefer the Investment of Private Funds

Micky Barnea, our Managing Partner, was interviewed by Globes on kibbutz-owned companies' transition from launching IPOs on the stock exchange to seeking investments from private equity funds.

August 19, 2015

Barnea & Co. represented Kibbutz Shefayim

Kibbutz Shefayim filed a request yesterday to the Tel Aviv District Court to declare Yehuda Doron, the former treasurer of Kibbutz Shefayim, as bankrupt, if he does not pay within one week the sum of NIS 14.6 million. This amount represents the majority of the money in respect of which Doron was convicted of theft. 

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