Partner, Head of Project Finance, Energy and Infrastructure

Tel Aviv

+972 3 692 2072

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Practice areas:

Project finance

Industry sectors:

Government and public policy
Natural resources
Social infrastructure

Mark has more than twenty years' experience in advising on large scale infrastructure projects and project financing transactions. He works extensively in the energy and transport sectors and is widely acknowledged as one of Israel’s leading project finance lawyers.

Mark represents concessionaires, bidding groups, Israeli and international banks and financial institutions as well as the public sector in connection with large-scale infrastructure projects, such as toll roads, light rail systems and desalination facilities.

In the past few years, Mark has developed particular expertise in advising clients in connection with private electricity generation projects, both from conventional and renewable sources. Mark also advises clients in the upstream oil and gas sector, with particular emphasis on exploration and production of natural gas and natural gas sales. He has represented owners and operators of gas assets as well as lenders financing their activities.

In addition, Mark has considerable experience in advising on local and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, with particular emphasis in the infrastructure field.

  • Advises Israel Electric Corporation on the NIS 1.8bn sale of its Alon Tavor power plant
  • Advises a consortium made up of Allied Infrastructures, Siemens Mobility, Paz and Minrav in the tender for the Tel Aviv Light Rail Green / Purple line project
  • Advised IPP Alon Tavor Ltd. and IPP Ramat Gavriel Ltd. in connection with the approx. NIS 1 billion project financing and development of the cogeneration power plants to be constructed by each of them.

  • Banking
  • M&A
  • Project development
  • Project finance

  • Banking
  • Energy
  • Natural resources
  • Oil and gas
  • Transport

  • LLB, Leeds University, 1993