Gil Grady


Chambers Global
“Pays great attention to detail and approaches legal matters with good strategy, taking into consideration legal and commercial needs.”
Legal 500
“Gifted deal-makers with a very impressive track record. Full devotion to the client’s needs.“
Legal 500
“A wide view not only from the legal perspective but also from the business one.”


Gil Grady is a partner at Gornitzky & Co. 

Prior to joining Gornitzky & Co., Gil was a manager in the tax department of Somekh Chaikin, the Israeli member firm of KPMG International in Israel.

Gil’s practice is focused mainly on corporate tax and he advises the firm’s clients on a wide range of taxation matters. He has vast experience in representing clients in all tax matters, including real estate taxation, VAT and sales tax, and in writing tax opinions in these areas.

In recent years, Gil has been representing clients regarding domestic and cross border restructurings, tax-related litigation cases and tax planning of M&A’s, financing, reorganizations and real estate transactions.

Additionally, Gil advises different commercial groups regarding the tax implications of securities transactions, dividends and their ongoing business activity, and he represents clients before Israeli courts with regard to white collar tax offences.

Gil represented clients in numerous taxation matters, including:

  • Representation of a company in the sale of 25% of its subsidiary, for approximately USD 293 million.
  • Representation of two clients, affiliates of one of Israel’s largest business groups, in two structured finance transactions, each comprised of an “over-the-counter” derivative, collar option and corresponding stock borrow of shares traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
  • Representation of one of Israel’s largest public transportation entities, with respect to its transformation and restructuring.
  • Representation of a company in restructuring the holdings of shares in a subsidiary.

LL.B., magna cum laude, Tel Aviv University (2005)
B.B (Bachelor of Business – Accounting), cum laude, College of Management (1992)

Israel Bar Association, 2005
CPA, Accounting Board, Ministry of Justice, 1994

Former Teaching Assistant, Tax Law, Management Faculties, Accounting programs at Tel Aviv University, Bar-Ilan University and at The College of Management Academic Studies

G. Grady, M. Kelner and S. A. Zider, “Offsetting Losses Incurred When Realizing Securities Denominated in Foreign Currencies Held During a Period of Decline in the Foreign Currency”, Missim 29 (1) February 2015, p. A- 37

Member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Israel forum examining various taxation issues (2007-present)

Hebrew and English

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