Shiri Shaham

Shiri Shaham

Shiri Shaham has extensive experience in a wide range of issues covering corporate, commercial, securities and banking law.

Shiri has represented many clients in mergers and acquisitions, public securities and debt offerings as well as private placements and joint ventures.

Shiri also represents domestic and international banks in complex banking and commercial matters and has advised leading international financial institutions such as ISDA and ICMA in Israel in regulatory matters as well as in relation to the use of various financial instruments under Israeli law.

Shiri lectures at various leading domestic and international conferences in Israel on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and Israeli securities laws.

Shiri joined the firm in 1992 and became a partner in 1998.

Shiri received her law degree magna cum laude from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1990 and an LL.M first class from Cambridge University in 1992, where she was also nominated Pegasus Scholar.
Shiri was admitted to the Israel Bar in 1991.
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