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Yehuda Raveh & Co.

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Haifa, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv


Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 4

Yehuda Raveh & Co.

Well known for its work in infrastructure development, Yehuda Raveh & Co. advises borrowers and lenders in financing transactions for significant construction and infrastructure projects. Additionally, Lisa Tross advises Bank of Jerusalem on a huge variety of day-to-day matters, including financing amendments and draft documentation, and also assists The Association of Banks in Israel with a host of regulatory issues. In the project finance space, Ron Vered assisted several active domestic lenders with the provision of financing for a significant power project, and he advises certain Israeli banks on lending arrangements to develop clean energy projects. Vered also provides day-to-day operational advice to multiple foreign banks.

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Energy and infrastructure
Energy and infrastructure - ranked: tier 2

Yehuda Raveh & Co.

Yehuda Raveh & Co. is well known in the project finance and development space, where it acts for bank lenders and project companies in relation to major energy and infrastructure projects. Department head Ron Vered is especially active in the renewables sector; he advises Enlight Renewable Energy on the development of a litany of PV projects, and recently advised Enlight and the Noy Fund on the acquisition of two solar projects from SunPower Israel Corporation. On the lender side, Vered has been involved in financing transactions for a variety of wind and solar projects, and also advised a lending consortium of domestic banks and institutional lenders on the financial close of a multibillion-shekel power project. Also of note, the team is acting for Electra in relation to a variety of infrastructure projects, including the development of the new IDF training city, which is the largest PPP project in Israel to date.

Leading individuals

Ron Vered - Yehuda Raveh & Co.

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Real estate and construction
Real estate and construction - ranked: tier 3

Yehuda Raveh & Co.

Yehuda Raveh & Co. runs a sizeable real estate department with expertise in cross-border investment, real estate finance, land and property transactions, and commercial leasing. The department is led by Uri Yamin and has complementary expertise in planning and zoning as well as tenders and administrative law.

Leading individuals

Uri Yamin - Yehuda Raveh & Co.

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