Mr Ofer Hanoh > Gross Law Firm – GKH > Tel Aviv 670, Israel > Lawyer Profile
Gross Law Firm – GKH Offices
ONE AZRIELI CENTER
TEL AVIV 670 1101
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Mr Ofer Hanoh
Banking, Derivatives & Structured Products, Government, Insurance & Pension Funds
At Gross & Co., Ofer Hanoh leads the areas of Banking and Finance, representing Israeli and foreign banks, holding bank corporations, investment banks and organizations, and public companies.
Ofer is also experienced in the representation of public companies traded both in Israel and in the USA, and was involved in many merger and acquisitions transactions and transactions involving corporate reorganization.
Ofer joined Gross & Co. in 2000 and became a partner in 2004. Prior to joining the firm, Ofer worked for 4 years in the Advisory and Legislation Department of the Military Advocate General HQ of the IDF (Israel Defense Forces).
Israel Bar Association, 1996
Israel Bar Association Committee on Constitutional Law
Audit Committee of Matan – Investing in the Community.
LL.B., Tel Aviv University, Israel, 1995
Gross Law Firm – GKH packs a punch in the regulatory area, where it has notable experience in credit cards, structured finance, investment issues and securities matters. The sizeable practice counts many of Israel’s largest banks among its clients, and it also acts for major foreign banks and financial institutions. Group head Ofer Hanoh handles regulatory and transactional matters, with expertise in cross-border work. Ran Ben-Ari specialises in advising on the regulatory aspects of derivatives and structured products. Ido Amir is recognised for his growing reputation in mobile and online payment processing and credit cards.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Healthcare and life sciences
- Intellectual property > Intellectual property: commercial/transactions
- Investment and venture capital funds
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution: class actions (including derivative actions)
- Real estate and construction
- Dispute resolution: local litigation and arbitration