Delivering high-quality work on our clients’ prestigious and complex mandates has seen Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner earn a reputation as a ‘go-to’ international law firm for Israeli companies, financial institutions, ultra-high-net worth individuals and their advisers.
By providing a seamless, outcome oriented service, including support of our representative office in Tel Aviv, we are able to provide value and build lasting relationships. In 2017, respected legal directory Chambers and Partners ranked BLP as tier-1 Corporate / M&A lawyers based abroad relating to Israel, and stated that BLP are "very professional and accessible. Their advice is not only legally sound but also commercial, and they have a lot of experience." One client commented, "We have an excellent relationship with them. They give clients a very comfortable feeling that they're getting the best advice in town, and their worldwide network is extremely valuable."
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Advised on its recommended cash offer for Market Tech Holdings. LabTech Investments, which currently holds approximately 71% of Market Tech Holdings, is controlled by a trust of which Teddy Sagi is the ultimate beneficiary.
Advising Bank Hapoalim on the global medium-term note (GMTN) programme of its subsidiary Hapoalim International.
Advised Aurec, leading a consortium of Israeli institutional investors, on the €236m acquisition of Eschborn Plaza in the Frankfurt area from two closed-ended funds managed by Commerz Real.
Advised on various leasing and pre-delivery financing arrangements for El Al in connection with the introduction of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft into its fleet.
Advised on the acquisition of Consolidated Financial Holdings, a technology company with products including a leading Straight Through Processing brokerage which provides retail brokers with multi-asset execution, prime brokerage services, liquidity and complementary risk management tools.
Advised the global on-demand mobility company on its US$100m financing from Sberbank, the largest lender in Russia. Gett will use the Sberbank funding to rapidly expand its services.
Advised on the restructuring of its US$250m bond portfolio. In connection with the transaction, MirLand’s admission to trading on AIM was cancelled and the enlarged share capital was admitted to trading on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
Advised the Israeli-headquartered company on various equity capital markets matters, including announcements and the convening of shareholder meetings.
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“BLP has a well-established business group focussed on Israel, with broad experience in many fields.”