Eitan Mehulal Sadot provides private and public Israeli companies with comprehensive legal services related to capital raising, bond issuance, corporate governance and obligatory reporting.
The Capital Markets Department guides companies through M&A transactions, including reverse triangular mergers, management & leveraged buyouts and cross-jurisdiction due diligence investigations. In addition, the department assists boards of directors and entrepreneurs in all matters relating to capital markets.
The department offers corporate consultation from seed stage to initial public offerings and securities listings traded on stock exchanges in Israel, the USA and Europe. Legal services are also provided to Israeli and foreign underwriters raising capital in Israel and overseas.
The firm’s extensive experience in capital raising includes the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and stock markets in the United States (including NYSE and NASDAQ), the UK (including AIM and LSE), and the principal securities markets in Europe (including Easdaq and Euronext).
The department’s attorneys provide legal advice to public companies complying with regulation requirements in Israel and overseas, including reporting, transparency, disclosure and securities and corporate laws and directives handed down by securities and stock exchange authorities.
The department’s partners’ expertise is informed by more than 25 years of representing issuers, underwriters and public companies listed on stock exchanges in Israel, the USA and Europe. The partners have helped compose over 100 prospectuses and continue to advise many companies after IPO stage completion.
Your technology is No. 1; the breakthrough that the world is waiting for. You have all you need: a great founding team, a brilliant business plan, Angels and VCs.
Is the way to success is certain? Well, not really …
In his article, Adv. Michael (Misha) Gitterman, a partner at our firm and an expert in Corporate Law & Capital Markets, explains the importance of a Founders Agreement and what should not be dropped from it.