Insolvency and Restructuring

When a business is threatened by bankruptcy or liquidation, under-pressure creditors are among those who face a range of technical and practical issues in enforcing their security. Such clients benefit from partnering with legal experts who understand the challenges of all creditors and can instinctively plan and deliver their objectives to recover their security. Tadmor Levy & Co is your partner.

Thriving under the leadership of hugely-experienced Danit Rimon, our Insolvency and Restructuring team has accumulated an unrivaled level of experience in the representation of creditors, whether secured, priority or ordinary, as well as debtors in business reorganizations and insolvency proceedings, and have advised on the largest corporate recovery cases in Israel, including shipping goliath, Zim Integrated Shipping Services Ltd. (ZIM), Delek Group, supermarket chain, Mega, Brookland, and Ampal, among others.

Major financial institutions and lenders, including Mimun Yashir and Global Financing, turn to us when faced with difficult legal questions if their creditors are unsecured, while we are a prime destination for both secured and unsecured creditors themselves. We act for secured creditor and credit card company, Max (formerly Leumi Card) in all its dealings with regards to collecting its debts when a company falls into insolvency proceedings, as well as manufacturers and suppliers, such as paper manufacturer Shaniv, which has often been left with significant liabilities after the collapse of certain supermarkets in recent years.

Furthermore, members of our team have been appointed as trustees of creditors’ general meetings to approve creditor settlements, as well as trustees for the investigation of debt claims made by creditors of liquidated companies in high-scale creditor settlements.

We combine this depth of practical knowhow with a vast cross-jurisdictional experience and a meticulous attention to the specifics of each case to find tailored, creative and pragmatic solutions that walk the thin line between insolvent entities and all relevant stakeholders, adopting the necessary measures to reach the most desirable outcomes.

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