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Herzog Fox & Neeman
ASIA HOUSE
4 WEIZMANN STREET
TEL AVIV 6423904
Israel

Work Department

Projects and Energy, Commercial

Position

Adam Eytan is the co-head of the Project Finance Department and is a market leader in his field. He has a diversified practice with special emphasis in the areas of infrastructure & development, project finance, banking, energy and natural resources. Adam has unparalleled expertise in the representation of local and international companies with respect to PPP (Public-Private Partnership) and infrastructure projects (BOT/BOO/PFI). Adam is known for representing foreign and local entities in energy, infrastructure projects and project financing transactions as well as natural resource transactions. Adam has been involved in most large scale infrastructure projects in Israel. Adam has been involved in many notable transactions in Israel. Some of his clients include Noy Fund (the largest Israeli infrastructure fund), Enlight Renewable Energy Ltd. (a publicly traded company specializing in the development of renewable energies), local and international lenders in the financing of various energy and desalination projects, various developers of energy and desalination projects and many more.

Career

Israel 1997

Languages

Hebrew and English

Education

Oxford University, England, BCL, first class honors Tel Aviv University, Israel, LL.B. magna cum laude Tel Aviv University, Israel, B.A. (Economics), magna cum laude

Lawyer Rankings

Israel > Infrastructure

(Leading individuals)

Adam EytanHerzog Fox & Neeman

Herzog Fox & Neeman has a strong reputation in the infrastructure and project finance space, where it acts for multinational project consortiums, public and private project tenderers, lending bodies and financiers, and project operators. The practice group is jointly headed by Mark Phillips and Adam Eytan (‘one of the brightest lawyers in this field‘). Phillips is acting for one of the bidding consortiums for two new segments of the Tel Aviv LRT, and Eytan is advising the private-sector project companies on the development of multiple large-scale defence projects. The team is also involved in a number of major road projects, and utilities and water desalination projects, as well as a significant port development.

Israel > Energy

(Leading individuals)

Adam EytanHerzog Fox & Neeman

Herzog Fox & Neeman‘s project finance practice is consistently involved in the development of the country’s largest energy infrastructure projects, acting both for lenders and sponsors. In addition, the firm is a key adviser to the Israel Electric Corporation (IEC), and as such Mark Phillips has been heavily involved in the privatisation of Israel’s electricity market, which will see the IEC sell five large-scale power plants. Another key contact is Adam Eytan, who specialises in energy infrastructure projects in Israel and abroad, and has recently acted in the development of several major renewable power projects. Also recommended are Zara Gold and Eran Wagner, two slightly more junior partners in the project finance and energy practice.