As established companies look to public offerings of equity and debt, and start-ups look towards exits in Israel and overseas, the capital markets field has remained one of the most robust areas of activity. Having significantly expanded with new teams joining the firm, Lipa Meir & Co.’s Capital Markets department is a trusted advisor for its extensive capital markets and securities experience, insightful counsel and the highest levels of professionalism.
Headed by Eitan Shmueli, our Capital Markets department advises public and private companies seeking access to capital markets in Israel and the U.S., drafts prospectuses and private placements documents, advises on public corporation mergers & acquisitions, and regularly guides public clients through the minefield of reporting obligations.
A client roster of innovative start-ups routinely turns to us, cementing our reputation as one of the most trusted, reliable and professional Capital Markets teams in the market, bringing the high quality and levels of service that can only come with more than 50 years’ combined experience.
For example, we have represented one company in the automotive sector in the registration of shares on NASDAQ, after private placements totalling hundreds of millions of shekels in the last few years. We also acted for a cyber-security company in a public offering in the U.S. Our successful track record in delivering value added transactions continues to garner more instructions across many other sectors, including energy, environment, healthcare, high-tech, insurance, kibbutzim, life sciences, real estate, technology and others.
Drawing on our full resources, we offer the complete range of capital markets and securities counsel – whether debt or equity capital markets – as required by a raft of start-ups, established companies and even high-net-worth individuals. This wealth of knowledge and real-world experience guarantees that clients have instant access to the most informed and complete advice as they grow their businesses, both in Israel and abroad.
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Business Judgment Rule – Dividend Distribution
In a recent ruling by the Judge of the Economic Department of the Tel Aviv District Court, Ruth Ronen, a guideline was given in relation to the application of the Business Judgment Rule doctrine to decisions taken by the officers of a company in the context of dividend distribution. In the case, an application to […]