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Adv. Rosenberg is the Head of the firm’s Banking and Finance Practice.
Adv. Rosenberg handles all types of international financing transactions, domestic and international, and advises on the financing of corporate transactions and on the financing of projects, among others, in the energy, infrastructure and real estate fields.
In addition, Adv. Rosenberg specializes in the regulatory aspects and the legal framework of the various financial activities, including bank and non-bank financial services, issuing and defrayment of debit cards and internet based payment services; and also specializes in international transactions and financial derivatives.
Adv. Rosenberg advises regulatory authorities, domestic and foreign banks, credit card issuers and other financial services agents; and represents Israel’s largest concerns in negotiations before financing entities.
In addition, Adv. Rosenberg advises international charitable foundations and non-profit organizations regarding issues relating to their activity in Israel.
Adv. Rosenberg is joint editor of the ‘Corporate Law Review’ and is the editor of the review’s finance section.
Joint Editor, 'Corporate Law Review', Editor, finance section; Legal advisor, WilmerHale Law Firm, NY (2006-2007).
Israel Bar, 1999.
M.B.A., Kellogg-Recanati International Executive MBA Program, Tel Aviv University, 2006;
LL.B., Hebrew University, 1998;
B.A., Middle Eastern Studies, Hebrew University, 1994.