Mr Shlomi Delgo > S. Horowitz & Co > Tel Aviv, Israel > Lawyer Profile
S. Horowitz & Co Offices
S. HOROWITZ HOUSE
31 AHAD HAAM STREET
TEL AVIV 65202
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Mr Shlomi Delgo
Shlomi Delgo is a partner in the Corporate Practice Group of the firm who advises on a broad range of corporate and commercial transactions with a particular focus on corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity, corporate governance, equity investments, shareholder disputes, corporate structuring, founder agreements, construction and development, energy and infrastructure, real estate, insolvency and tenders and government procurement contracts.
Shlomi’s clients include financial institutions, multinationals, private, public and government companies, non-profit organizations, private equity funds and real estate and infrastructure investment funds.
In his tender and government procurement practice, Shlomi acts for bid vehicles, consortia, investors, as well as sponsors and issuers of tenders, at all stages of the tender process. He has extensive experience advising on procurement strategy, pre-qualification documents and drafting of tender documents, as well as accompanying and advising clients throughout the whole tender and project process.
Shlomi joined S. Horowitz & Co. in 2006, where he completed his internship and qualified as an Israeli advocate in 2007.
Israel Bar, 2007
S. Horowitz & Co has particular expertise acting for major banks as creditors in insolvency proceedings but also represents distressed companies in voluntary liquidation proceedings, advises clients on rehabilitation and refinancing arrangements, and handles high-value receiverships. Ran Feldman represents creditors and debtors in insolvency cases, often through appointments to act as a liquidator. Ran, together with Ehud Arzi and Shlomi Delgo, is acting for Bank Hapoalim in several proceedings relating to the recovery of loans with an accumulative value of $250m. Michelle Liberman is also noted.
S. Horowitz & Co has a deep-seated reputation for ‘professional excellence‘ and ‘prudent advice‘ on large-scale project finance and development, energy-related government tenders and corporate energy transactions. Of particular note, the team is a key adviser to the Israel Electric Corporation, which it is advising on the tender sales of several state-owned power plants as part of the privatisation of the country’s energy market. The firm also distinguishes itself by its market-leading dispute resolution team, which represents major energy companies such as Paz Oil Company. Yehoshua Horesh and Eran Bezalel are key contacts for energy and infrastructure disputes; Aharon Bloch advises bank lenders on project finance transactions; Shlomi Delgo has experience corporate transactions in the energy space; and Benny Sheffer specialises in infrastructure development projects.
S. Horowitz & Co is hailed for its ‘stunning ability to get the deal done’. The firm houses a broad corporate and M&A practice, which draws on its wider full-service offering to provide complementary sector expertise in financial services, life sciences and communications. It is also well known for its experience in cross-border transactions, particularly involving the US and UK. Clifford Davis co-chairs the international corporate group and is ‘exceptionally imaginative and articulate’. Amit Steinman and Shlomi Delgo are highlighted together for their ‘many years of experience’ and Keith Shaw is ‘highly talented’.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution: class actions (including derivative actions)
- Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution: local litigation and arbitration
- Healthcare and life sciences
- Intellectual property > Intellectual property: disputes
- Telecoms and media
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Intellectual property > Intellectual property: commercial/transactions
- Planning and zoning
- Capital markets
- Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution: white-collar crime, investigation and fraud
- Hi-tech and start-ups
- Real estate and construction
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Intellectual property > Intellectual property: filing/prosecution