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Joint venture between Avraham Livnat and Chinese company Kingenta Engineering Group.
Advising Bank Hapoalim on the global medium-term note (GMTN) programme of its subsidiary Hapoalim International.
BLP advised Crossrider plc on its US$250m initial public offering (IPO) on AIM including an equity fundraising of US$75m.
Acted for El Al Israel Airlines Ltd. In connection with the pre-delivery financing of two Boeing 737-900ER aircraft.
£63m recommended takeover by SintecMedia.
The team advised Playtech on its €297m offering of senior, unsecured, listed convertible bonds due 2019. The bonds will carry a coupon of 0.5% payable annually and will be convertible into Playtech ordinary shares at a conversation premium of 27.5% to today’s volume weighted average price per share. Since advising on its IPO in 2006, BLP has acted for Playtech on all key transactions, including the sale of 29% stake in William Hill Online for £424m, premium listing on Main Market and acquisition of 5 companies.
Advice resulting in the obtaining of tax relief (originally denied by HMRC) on a gift made in a will by a UK resident and domiciled individual to the Schneider Children’s Medical Center.
Merger with Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange-listed property company, ADO Group.