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Yuval Navot

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Herzog Fox & Neeman

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Tax Department

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Mr. Navot's practice focuses on tax with an emphasis on international tax planning and the tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments, restructurings and inbound and outbound business operations. Yuval has been the principal tax lawyer on many of Israel's largest M&A transactions, including strategic acquisitions and private equity buyouts. Yuval regularly advises financial institutions and banks on capital markets transactions and financial products. He also has great deal of experience in tax audits, rulings and other administrative proceedings in front of the Israel Tax Authority. Yuval regularly advises clients on structuring their operations in Israel and out of Israel and on their ongoing tax matters and dealings with the Israel Tax Authority. Yuval is an adjunct faculty lecturer in Tel-Aviv University where he teaches the course on Tax Treaties. He is widely published on various aspects of taxation. Before joining HFN, Yuval spent 5 years as a tax lawyer in the New York office of Cleary Gottlieb Steen and Hamilton LLP, and previously served for several years as an attorney at the Office of Chief Counsel of the Israel Tax Authority.

Career

Israel 2001 New York 2005

Languages

Hebrew and English

Education

New York University School of Law, LL.M., (Harry J. Rudick Memorial Award), 2004 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, LL.B. and B.A., Law and Accounting, magna cum laude, 2000


Israel

Tax

Within: Tax

Fielding one of the largest tax teams in Israel, Herzog Fox & Neeman has a non-contentious offering with extensive experience in global M&A and capital markets transactions. It also maintains an active tax advisory practice and is involved in tax disputes at every level of court. Meir Linzen, Guy Katz and Yuval Navot are key contacts. Iris Weinberger joined the team from the ITA.

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