In this weeks roundup we see DLA Piper advise Marom Energy Ltd (Previously RES) on the largest Israeli private investment in Morocco since the recent normalisation of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
In another large fintech transaction, Shift4, represented by Latham & Watkins and Barnea Jaffa Lande, buys Israeli Finaro, represented by Herzog Fox & Neeman and Mayer Brown, for USD 575 million.
Naschitz, Brandes, Amir  advised FIMI Group on a strategic deal – selling its holdings in Gilat to Phoenix for USD 92 million, while Yigal Arnon act for remote workforce management company Connecteam as it raises USD 120 million.
Axis Innovation‘s flagship innovation conference, bringing international corporations and investors to Israel will take place on March 29, 2022.
From the recently published US-Israel Legal Review 2021, Gornitzky‘s Daniel Paserman and Inbar Barak-Bilu share their thoughts in an article titled Ground Breaking International Tax Reform: Significant Influence on Corporations and Individuals. And Herzog, Fox & Neeman’s Yair Geva writes about Fintech: Firing on All Cylinders.
With war still raging in Ukraine, over one million refugees are finding comfort and help in Poland. Penteris’s Raf Uzar shares an article he wrote and how each one of us can assist.
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