Overview

Inbal Miles Rachman is a Partner in the Banking and Finance and Energy and Natural Resources Practice Groups of S. Horowitz & Co. and has a diverse practice with a particular  focus on construction and infrastructure transactions, banking and finance, project finance, corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions.

Her practice brings her into regular contact with overseas companies, banks, financial institutions, export credit agencies and international and domestic companies operating in a wide range of industry sectors, often working in tandem with foreign law firms.

Inbal has extensive experience advising on energy related projects, off-take agreements, commercial agreements of all types relating to the purchase of electricity, oil and gas, construction contracts and operating agreements, as well as leveraged acquisition financing of public and private companies, financing of companies operating in regulated industries (such as provident funds and insurance companies), and financing of major infrastructure projects.

Inbal joined S. Horowitz & Co. in 2009, where she completed her internship and qualified as an Israeli advocate in 2010.

Languages: EnglishHebrew
Admissions: Israel Bar, 2010
Education: Bar Ilan University, LL.B. magna cum laude and the Dean's list, (2009)Bar Ilan University, LL.M.,(2009)

Experience

Inbal’s experience includes advising, among others:

  • One of the group participants in the tender published by the State of Israel for the Jerusalem Light Rail Transit Network BOT Project (the ‘J-Net’), both in respect of the tender process and also providing legal risk analysis and drafting of commercial agreements
  • A member participating in the PPP tender published by NTA – Metropolitan Mass Transit Systems Limited for the finance, design, construction, maintenance and transfer of the Tel Aviv Metropolitan LRT System (green and purple lines), in its role as an EPC Contractor
  • A syndicate of domestic banks and financial institutions on the 1.1 billion NIS refinancing of Ramat Negev and Ashdod Energy, two privately owned power plants with combined capacity of approx. 230 MW
  • Advising clients on the legal requirements and licensing procedures for the construct and operate a power plant and conducting negotiations on all commercial agreements related thereto
  • Bank Hapoalim in the potential financing of two infrastructure projects as part of two tenders published by the Israeli Ministry of Defense
  • Israel Infrastructure Fund, the first Israeli private equity fund specialising in infrastructure related projects, on the US$ 120 million acquisition of the Via Maris Desalination project from the Azrieli Group
  • A syndicate of foreign and domestic banks that provided financing for Netafim, the global leader in smart drip and micro irrigation solutions, following the acquisition of control of Netafim by Permira
  • Bank Leumi on the financing of the design, planning construction and operation of a hospital PFI project (the construction and operation of a hospital/medical centre by Assuta in Ashdod), the first of its kind – a public hospital planned and run by a private organization
  • Bank Hapoalim and Bank Mizrahi on the financing of the leveraged buy out by Fortissimo Capital Fund (an Israeli private equity fund) of Solcon Ltd (a publicly traded company – listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange)
  • Bank Hapoalim on the financing of Israel’s largest chain of cinemas
  • Bank Hapoalim and Union Bank of Israel on the refinancing of working capital, long term facilities and revolving facilities arising from the merger of Hadas Arazim and Helmen Aldoubi (two of Israel’s provident and pension fund managers) and acting on a separate facility for Hadas Arazim
  • Space-Communication Ltd., Israel’s only private satellite operator, on its $293 million financing for the AMOS-6 satellite, consisting of $106 million from Export-Import Bank of the United States, $140 million from Export Development Canada and $47 million from Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd.
  • Hadassah Medical Centre in Jerusalem in certain employment disputes including in a major collective dispute in 2012

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11/07/2019 | By S. Horowitz & Co.

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