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Gissin & Co., Advocates
Habarzel 38B
TEL AVIV 6971054
Yael Hershkovitz photo

Work Department

Restructuring and Debt Settlements, International Insolvency, Commercial International Transactions, Corporate Finance 


Partner, Head of the Corporate and Finance Department


Yael handles bondholder’s debt settlements, international restructuring and insolvency cases, finance and M&A transactions.

Over the last years, Yael has been involved in significant public and private debt settlements in the Israeli market.

Yael has authored various articles and professional publications, including participation in the Doing Business publication of the World Bank Group on the Israeli insolvency regime; the article “How to build a Pledge”, The Lawyer, June 2014; the article (co-writer) “The Sinking of the Israeli Floating Charge”, Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, Lexis Nexis, September 2014; the article “The Israeli Companies Law takes Control from the Secured Creditors”, CFO Forum, The Marker, August 2012; the article “A Moment before running to the Grey Market”, The Marker, February 2010.


Hebrew and English


Israeli Bar Association


LL.B., Faculty of Law, The College of Management (Cum Laude) Israel

Lawyer Rankings

Israel > Restructuring and insolvency

Gissin & Co., Advocates advises bondholders and bond trustees on debt arrangements with insolvent companies. It also acts for distressed companies through court appointments (as a receiver, trustee or liquidator) and during the sales process, negotiations with shareholders and other forms of corporate restructuring. Guy Gissin remains highly active in the field, particularly in relation to representing bondholders in major debt settlements. He serves as local counsel to Urbancorp on a cross-border restructuring, which is novel in that it is the first time a court in Canada has adopted the decision of a court in Israel concerning a Canadian company. Yael Hershkovitz is also noted.