Highlighting the biggest hot topics in the Israeli M&A and Private Equity market

Sheraton Tel Aviv
30 May 2018
#IsraelMnA18
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  • 08:30

    Registration and Breakfast

  • 09:00

    Welcoming Remarks

    Yining Su
    Yining Su
    TMT Reporter EMEA, Mergermarket
  • 09:10
  • 09:40

    M&A Outlook: Deal Leader's Panel

    Deal leaders share their insight about emerging opportunities, trends and activity in the Israeli market

    • •How is the Israeli M&A landscape changing and what factors will drive M&A in the future?
    • •Is tech M&A cooling down?
    • •Are Corporates now pursing different strategies? Will we see more value creation?
    • •Understanding the cyber security market and consolidation trends
    • •Analysing Inbound M&A trends:
    •          Examining the interest from global companies and their motives for investing in Israel
    •          Analysing the increasing investment from Asia
    Rutie Adar
    Rutie Adar
    Director, Head of Samsung Strategy and Innovation Center, Samsung
  • 10:30

    The future of Cryptocurrencies

    Yoni  Assia
    Yoni Assia
    Founder & CEO , eToro
  • 11:00

    Networking Break

  • 11:30

    In conversation with......

    Yining Su
    Yining Su
    TMT Reporter EMEA, Mergermarket
  • 11:50

    The future of Auto-tech

    •Understanding how new innovations will pave the way for M&A activity
    •The legacy of the Mobil-eye: what has the industry learnt from this new deal?
    •How do business models in auto tech differ from traditional industry?

    Igal Raichelgauz
    Igal Raichelgauz
    Co-Founder and CEO, Cortica
    Robert  Izraeli
    Robert Izraeli
    President & CEO, Traffilog
  • 12:30

    Hostile or Friendly? – The Changing Face of Israeli M&A Deals

    Shareholder activism and hostile M&A activity, historically seen primarily in the US, have increasingly made their way into the Israeli public markets and become a reality for Israeli public companies, whether listed in the US or in Israel. Please join Ron Mosberg, General Counsel of Enzymotec, and John Reiss, Global Head of M&A at the international law firm White & Case, in a fireside chat as they discuss their real-life experience navigating an initial unsolicited hostile approach by a significantly larger corporate acquiror and steering it towards a friendly acquisition, all while increasing shareholder value

    John  Reiss
    John Reiss
    Global Head of M&A, White and Case
    Ron  Mosberg
    Ron Mosberg
    General Counsel, Enzymotec
  • 13:10

    Networking Lunch

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