Ronen Vinograd > Vinograd & Co > Tel Aviv, Israel > Lawyer Profile

Vinograd & Co
30 KALISHER ST
V.A. BUILDING
TEL AVIV
Israel

Work Department

Capital Market Sector

Position

Partner

Career

Ronen served as legal counsel to the Israel Association of Provident and Pension Funds on investments regulations, and represented it before the regulator and before the Israeli Parliament’s Finance Committee. In this capacity, he assisted in the drafting of the regulations applicable to investments made by institutional entities.

Before founding Vinograd & Co., Ronen was a partner and head of the capital markets department at Arnon Segev & Co.

Ronen often lectures before board members and investment committees at various institutional entities on investments and regulations, , as well as guiding courses at IFI (Israeli Financial Institution) on credit transactions and investment regulations. Additionally, Ronen taught a course on Institutional Entities and the Capital Market, as part of the Entrepreneurship Club at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya.

In addition, Ronen is on the Advisory Committee of the IDC Alumni Organization and serves as a Mentor at IDC’s Radzyner Law School.

On 2014, Ronen was elected as one of Israel’s Top 40 Promises Under 40 by TheMarker Financial Magazine.

Languages

English, Hebrew

Education

LL.B. and a B.A. in Business Administration from IDC Herzliya

Lawyer Rankings

Israel > Investment and venture capital funds

Vinograd & Co is a boutique firm that assists major institutional investors in fund investment transactions, and is well known for establishing unique hedge funds, real estate funds and other investment funds. In one example, Ronen Vinograd assisted IBI Investment House with the establishment of the Comrit Fund, which invests in non-traded REIT funds in the US; the team now advises the fund on all of its investment activities. Vinograd also structured a Cayman Island hedge fund investing in US securities and helped establish a first-of-its-kind insurance-linked securities fund, which is anticipated to grow to NIS1bn. Additionally, the team advises Meitav Dash, Poalim Capital Markets, Psagot Investment House and a variety of provident funds on their capital markets investments into funds; a key name to note here is Sharon Friedman, who leads the capital markets and institutional regulation practice.