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Eyal Bar-Zvi

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Herzog Fox & Neeman

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Tax, Transfer Pricing and High Tech

Position

Eyal Bar-Zvi specializes in the fields of transfer pricing, start-ups, high-tech and corporate law. Eyal is experienced in advising MNEs on their local and international intercompany transfer pricing and transactions, as well as in advising start-ups from their incorporation stage through the M&A. Eyal is an adjunct professor in the Haifa University Faculty of Law, where he teaches a course in Securities Law and a course in High-Tech investments. Prior to joining HFN, Eyal was a co-founder of Bar-Zvi & Ben-Dov, a boutique law firm specializing in transfer pricing and high-tech, and prior to that Eyal worked for five years in the offices of Prof. Gross, Kleinhendler, Hodak, Halevy, Greenberg & Co., where he worked directly with the firm's founder, Prof. Joseph Gross.

Career

Eyal is a member of Transfer Pricing Associates, the world's largest network of independent transfer pricing experts, a member of the Israeli Bar High-Tech Committee, and of the Israeli Advanced Technologies Industries Association. Eyal is also a member of the Haifa University Faculty of Law Alumni Board, and of the German-Israel Legal Association. Eyal counsels (pro bono) to the Tel-Aviv University's Entrepreneurial Center.

Languages

Hebrew German English

Education

Haifa University, LL.B. honours, 2001 Haifa University,BA (Economics), 2001 Hebrew University, LL.M. honours, 2006


Israel

Tax

Within: Tax

Herzog Fox & Neeman is considered by some multinational corporates to be 'the very best tax team in Israel', providing 'comparable service to what one would expect in New York, Boston or London'. Led by Meir Linzen, the team advises clients such as Aristocrat Leisure, Israel Electric Corporation and a host of global investment banks on complex cross-border corporate and securities transactions. Clients recommend Guy Katz and Yuval Navot for their expertise in cross-border tax structuring in connection with corporate transactions and reorganisations. The department also handles voluntary disclosures and offshore wealth management for hundreds of high-net-worth individuals, and is among the only domestic firms with a dedicated transfer-pricing group, which is headed by Eyal Bar-Zvi. Ofer Granot represents some of the world's largest companies operating in Israel in complex tax litigation, and Iris Weinberger heads the team's VAT and indirect tax sub-group.

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