Raising Capital in 2015

How to Prepare for Next Year's Changes in the Capital Markets

12/08/2014 08:30 a.m. - 02:00 p.m.

Corporate Finance | Capital Markets and Israel

Yitzhak Rabin Center
8 Haim Levanon Street
Tel Aviv, Israel


How will Israeli companies raise capital in 2015? What market and legal developments will impact 2015 planning? Business, banking, accounting and legal experts will give their views on what lies ahead.

Featured speakers include:

  • Danny Akerman
    Executive Director and Head of Technology Investment Banking for Goldman Sachs in Israel
    Capital Raising for pre-IPO companies; How what you do, or do not do, will affect your IPO or M&A transaction

  • Giora Yaron
    Co-Founder of Itamar, P-cube, Pentacom, Qumranet, Exanet and Comsys
    An Entrepreneur's View of Financing Choices for Private Companies

  • Leonard Rosen
    CEO of Barclays Israel
    What’s really changed in the US IPO market? The key considerations for 2015 US IPO candidates

  • Ziv Aviram
    Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Mobileye
    Unconventional Wisdom: What I Learned from the IPO Process

  • James Tanenbaum
    Chair of Morrison & Foerster’s Global Capital Markets practice
    Financing opportunities and choices for small cap companies in light of changing markets

  • Yoram Tietz
    Managing Partner of Ernst & Young Israel
    Tax and Accounting Rule Changes That Affect Capital-Raising

  • Anna T. Pinedo
    Partner, Morrison & Foerster, Global Capital Markets practice
    Communications issues related to offerings and to life as a US public company

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