Cross-Border and Domestic M&A

With domestic and international companies facing greater economic uncertainty and increasing regulatory challenges, clients benefit from working with a partner who can provide clear and forward-thinking legal advice, drawn from experience at the highest level. Tadmor Levy & Co. is your partner.

Ranked by international and domestic legal directories, our Cross-Border M&A practice group earns the highest respect for how "they reply very quickly and very thoroughly, get into the details and don't leave anything open or unattended" (Chambers Global) and provide a "unique level of client service" (Legal 500).

With significant international experience, previous practice at leading international law firms and academic studies at top-ranked universities abroad, our level of service matches the best international law firms around the world.

Clients "trust the firm to handle complex M&A blindfolded" (Legal 500), and they come from a range of industries, such as defense, hi-tech, banking, healthcare, infrastructure, cybersecurity, fintech, transportation, and many others in landmark deals that are cross-border in nature, both inbound (into Israel) and outbound (out of Israel), representing major clients on both the ‘sell’ and ‘buy’ sides of transactions.

Our clients benefit from our immense capability and experience in complex and challenging transactions, regardless of the type, structure, or size, and with access to the firm’s experts from the banking and finance, antitrust, securities law, and other practice groups, clients receive the most seamless, top-level advice to close these significant transactions.

Noteworthy recent representation includes:

      • Israel Chemicals on the USD 1 billion sale of its fire safety and oil additives business to SK Capital;
      • Max in the USD 680 million sale of shares held by Bank Leumi and Azrieli Group to U.S. private fund, Warburg Pinchus;
      • Visa in its acquisition of 10% of SHVA’s shares from Bank Leumi;
      • Delek Infrastructure in their sale of 30% of IDE shares to Alpha Water Fund, the controlling shareholder of IDE;
      • Rafael Advanced Defence Systems in the acquisition of 100% of the assets of VisionMap Ltd, a leading Israeli vision technology company;
      • Israel BroadBand Company’s stakeholders (inc. IEC and Cisco) sale to Cellcom and to Israel Infrastructure Fund;
      • Baby TV in the acquisition of 100% of shares by Fox International Channels (US), Inc.;
      • Iskoor’s sale to Kedma, in their acquisition of 100% of Iskoor’s shares (and foreign subsidiaries) from current shareholders, including Macsteel Global.;
      • Generation Capital’s acquisition of a 50% stake in Rapac Energy.

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