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Boaz Feinberg

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Zysman, Aharoni, Gayer & Co (ZAG-S&W)

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Tax Law, Money Laundering Prohibitation, Litigation, Commercial and Company Law


Boaz Feinberg is a Partner and the head of the firm’s Tax and Money Laundering Prohibition Department. With extensive experience of over than 12 years in his fields of expertise, Mr. Feinberg and the department team provide overall services to the Firm’s clients in a variety of subjects, in the administrative and regulative aspects, as well as in representation in court.


n the field of Tax Law, Mr. Feinberg’s services incorporates a wide variety of tasks and expertise, among other things in litigation, both in Civil and Criminal Law, in handling negotiations with the Tax Authorities (Assessment Officers, VAT offices, Real Estate Tax Offices and Senior Officials at the Israeli Tax Authority) and with the District and States Attorney Offices. In Addition, Mr. Feinberg handles Sophisticated and elaborate Legal Opinions and Pre Ruling Applications in the direct and indirect tax branches, international tax and Trusts. Mr. Feinberg also writes professional articles in the different Tax Law fields, and is a member of the relevant professional committees in the Israeli Bar Association. In the field of Money Laundering Prohibition, Mr. Feinberg specializes in both the criminal aspect, concerning predicate white collar offences that are stipulated in the Israeli Prohibition on Money Laundering Law, 5760 - 2000, as well as the regulatory field, concerning the identification, record retaining and reporting obligations imposed on financial institutions and providers of financial services, including representation in front of Sanction Committees. In this area of expertise, Mr. Feinberg also deals in both litigation, as well as ongoing legal counsel to Financial Institutions, and is in current touch with the different regulatory authorities and officials, including the Central Bank, the Currency Service Providers Registrar, and the Money Laundering and Terror Financing Prohibition Authority. In addition, Mr. Feinberg is a member of the Money Laundering Prohibition committees in the Israeli Bar Association. Mr. Feinberg also has extensive experience in Commercial Litigation and Commercial Law.


Hebrew, English


Israel Bar Association, 2002


Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) from Bar Ilan University



Within: Tax

Acting for Israeli individuals and a host of domestic and listed foreign companies, Zysman, Aharoni, Gayer & Co (ZAG-S&W) provides 'client-focused advice' on transactional and ongoing taxation issues. The team provides a range of operational and regulatory advice to foreign companies and Israeli subsidiaries. Headed by Boaz Feinberg, the team also represents corporates in tax assessment procedures and has acted for clients in civil and criminal tax disputes. The department is also engaged by nonprofits.

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