Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co updates

Committee report on promotion of publicly traded infrastructure investment funds
Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co
  • Capital Markets
  • Israel
  • 04 December 2018

An inter-ministerial committee was recently set up to promote the establishment of publicly traded funds for investment in infrastructure. The committee was formed to examine and recommend measures and actions that would encourage the establishment of traded infrastructure funds in order to increase the availability of financing sources for infrastructure projects, reduce the financial costs of these projects and enable small investors to directly participate and own these projects.

Supreme Court reaffirms application of foreign law to dual-listed companies
Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co
  • Capital Markets
  • Israel
  • 06 November 2018

The Supreme Court recently confirmed that the liability for breaches of reporting obligations in the secondary market by dual-listed companies is governed by the securities laws of the foreign trading jurisdiction. The governing law with respect to the liability of a dual-listed company's external auditors is also the law of the foreign jurisdiction in which the company's shares are traded.

Demutualisation of Tel Aviv Stock Exchange: opportunities and challenges
Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co
  • Capital Markets
  • Israel
  • 28 August 2018

The Israeli Securities Law was recently amended with the goal of making the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) more competitive, efficient and profitable, by changing its ownership structure. This change of ownership structure will allow private investors, in addition to institutional investors, to acquire means of control over TASE. This can be viewed as a privatisation of sorts, as TASE is Israel's only stock exchange and is widely viewed as a national asset.

Israel bond financing of US commercial real estate – an overview
Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co
  • Capital Markets
  • Israel
  • 17 July 2018

Israel has seen a growing trend in debt initial public offerings by US and Canadian real estate companies with income-producing real estate, as well as in the listing of the bonds for trading on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. In recent years, more than 30 such real estate companies have completed public debt offerings in Israel, the large majority of which were initial public offerings.

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