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Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 2

Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM)

Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM) specialises in acting for international banks in multijurisdictional financing and distressed debt transactions. Amnon Epstein advised a lending syndicate led by UniCredit and Bank Hapoalim on the financing of a €1bn aircraft purchase, which utilises the market’s first reverse factoring structure. Itai Yonai has experience in structured finance.

Leading individuals

Amnon Epstein - Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM)

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Commercial, corporate and M&A
Commercial, corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 4

Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM)

Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM) has been ‘building a strong name for itself’ in cross-border and domestic M&A in the technology and energy and infrastructure sectors. Nimrod Rosenblum acted for Kramer Electronics in its acquisition of US-based iRule. Simon Marks is also highly recommended.

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Energy and infrastructure
Energy and infrastructure - ranked: tier 2

Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM)

Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM) is ‘very highly regarded’ in the infrastructure and energy finance space. Amnon Epstein is ‘truly exceptional’, particularly in international transactions and has unique experience in renewable energy projects. The team is advising NTA – Metropolitan Mass Transit System on the construction of the Tel Aviv mass transit system.

Leading individuals

Amnon Epstein - Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM)

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Hi-tech, start-ups
Hi-tech, start-ups - ranked: tier 4

Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM)

Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM) primarily acts for European and Asian investors in financing, JV and M&A transactions with Israeli start-ups. Natalie Noy advised the founders of Fireglass on its $250m acquisition by Symantec.

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Real estate: transactions
Real estate: transactions - ranked: tier 4

Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM)

Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM) is a ‘rising force’ in Israel’s real estate market. The team acts for developers and investors in cross-border projects and urban renewals. Gilad Maoz heads the team, which added Erez Gurion from Goldfarb Seligman & Co..

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Israel: Dispute resolution

Local litigation and arbitration
Dispute resolution: local litigation and arbitration - ranked: tier 4

Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM)

Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM) has extensive experience representing European and US corporates in cases involving the enforcement of foreign awards and jurisdictional issues. Gideon Weinbaum is highly recommended.

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