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Ofer Yankovich

Senior Partner

Phone: 972 3 5119340
Mobile: 972 54 4297600
Fax: 972 3 5119394
ofery@wblaw.co.il
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Adv. Ofer Yankovitz is one of the top lawyers in Israel in the field of corporations and the capital market and heads of Corporations and Capital Markets Department at Wexler Bergman & Co.

Ofer has a rich reputation and significant expertise in the fields of corporations and the capital market, securities law, leading complex capital and debt fundraising worth billions of shekels, local and international commercial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, banking and financing, and provides a wide range of support and representation to customers in the broad aspects of areas.

Ofer advice his various clients on the various aspects of raising capital and debt from the public and institutional investors, corporate governance, organizational change, controlling transactions, contacts with various regulators, including in administrative enforcement proceedings of the Securities Authority. He also handled complex transactions that have an impact on the Israeli economy. In addition to all this, Ofer took part in formulating and implementing debt arrangements of corporations that issued public bonds, some of the largest in the Israeli economy, along with substantial debt arrangements within the banking system.

Ofer have many years of experience in leading complex transactions in the field of the capital market, along with an in-depth understanding of the business and regulatory environment in which the client operates and his extensive knowledge of securities and corporate law, enable him to provide his clients with comprehensive legal advice. Ofer provides the Securities Exchange with extensive legal advice, both in its cap as the main trading and clearing venue in Israel in securities and financial instruments, and in its cap as a public company and a reporting corporation.

In addition to the stock exchange, Ofer serves as legal advisor to several leading corporations, among his clients are banking and financial corporations, leading private and public companies in the Israeli economy, in the fields of residential real estate and income-producing real estate, renewable energy, software, commerce and more.

  • Israel Bar Association, 1994
  • LLB (1994), from the law faculty at the Tel Aviv University
  • The reorganization of the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange Clearing House under the arrangement process in Section 350 of the Israeli Companies Law.
  • The primary finance agreement in the amount of billions of NIS between a private group (which controls one of the largest real estate groups in Israel) and Bank Ha`poalim, Israel`s largest bank.
  • The special tender offer in respect of the purchase of control in Ramdor Systems and Computers (1990) Ltd, a public software company.
  • The structured finance transaction with respect to one of Israel`s largest and leading shopping malls, by a way of securitization of the cash flow of the mall and issuance of a secured bond series.
  • Securitization transaction of a private company secured by shares of one of the largest real estate groups in Israel. This transaction constituted a precedent model in Israel.

  • Ofer Yankovich

    Partner

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Adv. Ofer Yankovitz is one of the top lawyers in Israel in the field of corporations and the capital market and heads of Corporations and Capital Markets Department at Wexler Bergman & Co.

Ofer has a rich reputation and significant expertise in the fields of corporations and the capital market, securities law, leading complex capital and debt fundraising worth billions of shekels, local and international commercial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, banking and financing, and provides a wide range of support and representation to customers in the broad aspects of areas.

Ofer advice his various clients on the various aspects of raising capital and debt from the public and institutional investors, corporate governance, organizational change, controlling transactions, contacts with various regulators, including in administrative enforcement proceedings of the Securities Authority. He also handled complex transactions that have an impact on the Israeli economy. In addition to all this, Ofer took part in formulating and implementing debt arrangements of corporations that issued public bonds, some of the largest in the Israeli economy, along with substantial debt arrangements within the banking system.

Ofer have many years of experience in leading complex transactions in the field of the capital market, along with an in-depth understanding of the business and regulatory environment in which the client operates and his extensive knowledge of securities and corporate law, enable him to provide his clients with comprehensive legal advice. Ofer provides the Securities Exchange with extensive legal advice, both in its cap as the main trading and clearing venue in Israel in securities and financial instruments, and in its cap as a public company and a reporting corporation.

In addition to the stock exchange, Ofer serves as legal advisor to several leading corporations, among his clients are banking and financial corporations, leading private and public companies in the Israeli economy, in the fields of residential real estate and income-producing real estate, renewable energy, software, commerce and more.

  • Israel Bar Association, 1994
  • Tel Aviv University (LLB, 1994), the Faculty of Law
  • The reorganization of the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange Clearing House under the arrangement process in Section 350 of the Israeli Companies Law.
  • The primary finance agreement in the amount of billions of NIS between a private group (which controls one of the largest real estate groups in Israel) and Bank Ha`poalim, Israel`s largest bank.
  • The special tender offer in respect of the purchase of control in Ramdor Systems and Computers (1990) Ltd, a public software company.
  • The structured finance transaction with respect to one of Israel`s largest and leading shopping malls, by a way of securitization of the cash flow of the mall and issuance of a secured bond series.
  • Securitization transaction of a private company secured by shares of one of the largest real estate groups in Israel. This transaction constituted a precedent model in Israel.
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