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Arnon, Tadmor-Levy
132 Menachem Begin Road, Azrieli Center, Tel Aviv 6702101
31 Hillel Street, Jerusalem 9458131


Managing Partner, M&A, Payments Systems


Opher is a managing partner and practices in the areas of corporate and commercial law, banking and credit card law, telecommunications law, and intellectual property law. Opher’s corporate and individual clients are active in a wide range of fields including financial services, various food services industries, credit payment businesses, environmental technology groups, and private investments. In recent years, Opher has guided a number of commercial and legal operations of immense magnitude and is well-known for his creativity and out-of-the-box solutions, which provide the firm’s clients with opportune solutions for complex business scenarios.

Widely recognized for his prominent position within the credit card industry, Opher plays a significant role in the representation of one of the leading credit card companies in Israel. Previously, Opher served as a member of Midroog Ltd., an Israeli affiliate of Moody’s and one of the three largest international credit rating companies, as well as a member of the board of directors at I.B.C. Israel Broadband Company (2013) and as the Chairman of the Israel Squash Association.


Israel Bar Association
New York State Bar Association


1989 | New York University School of Law | LLM (Corporate Law)
1985 | Tel Aviv University | LLB

Lawyer Rankings

Israel > Banking and finance

The recently merged banking department at Arnon, Tadmor-Levy combines Yigal Arnon’s robust lender-side practice, which is particularly recognised for its experience in non-bank lending, with Tadmor Levy’s prominent payments offering. Key contacts include highly rated leading light Shiri Shaham, who routinely handles a mix of transactional and regulatory work. The sizeable group also draws on the senior expertise of credit card specialist, Opher Levy, corporate finance partner, Simon Weintraub, regulatory expert, Yuval Shalheveth, and capital markets head, Amir Scharf. Newly promoted partner, Guy Fuchs, is also highlighted as ‘one of the leading experts in payments regulation‘.