News| Amit Levy
Gornitzky represents Noy Fund in its NIS 120 million purchase of Tahal Group's shares.
Gornitzky represents Noy Fund, an Israeli infrastructure and energy investment fund, in the acquisition of Tahal Group's stake in the pumped-storage hydroelectricity project in Kochav Hayarden, for approximately NIS 120 million.
Gornitzky represented Israel Corporation as the conglomerate split itself into two parts, and in the dual-listing of its spin-off, Kenon Holdings Ltd., on the TASE and on the NYSE.
Gornitzky represented Israel Corporation (TASE: ILCO) as the conglomerate split itself into two parts by way of a distribution of a dividend in kind, and in the dual-listing of its Singaporian spin-off corporation, Kenon Holdings Ltd. (TASE: KEN, NYSE: KEN) on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and on the New York Stock Exchange.
Israel Corporation and Kenon were represented by Pinhas Rubin (Firm Chairman) and Lior Porat (Partner), together with Elite Elkon-May-Tal (Partner), Gil Grady (Partner, tax), Yair Shiloni (Partner, capital markets), Idan Baki (Partner, finance), Avner Finkelshtein (Partner, antitrust), Nurit Traurik (Partner), Ori Yitzhak, Itamar Ben Yehuda (capital markets), Avishai Marom, Amit Levy, Shira Porat (finance) and Natalie Dragot.
Gornitzky represented China Railway Tunnel Group (CRTG) in their win of the NIS 2.9 billion tender to build the tunnels and underground stations in the western section of the Tel Aviv light rail's red line.
Gornitzky represented China Railway Tunnel Group (CRTG) in their win of the NIS 2.9 billion tender to build the tunnels and underground stations in the western section of the Tel Aviv light rail's red line, together with the Solel Boneh unit of Shikun & Binui Holdings Ltd. This tender is largest tender in the project operated by NTA Metropolitan Mass Transit System Ltd.