Yoni Henner

Partner

International Corporate and Securities Department

Adv. Henner is a partner in the International Corporate and Securities Department, and his practice focuses on a variety of Israeli and cross-border corporate and finance transactions, including public offerings, mergers and acquisitions (including public and private transactions and De-SPAC transactions), tender offers, PIPEs (including as part of a De-SPAC transaction), corporate reorganizations, spin-offs, and private equity and venture capital investments.

Adv. Henner also advises Israeli and non-Israeli SEC-registered companies, as well as companies that are dual-listed on Israeli and US exchanges with respect to their filing and corporate governance requirements. He also advises foreign companies on their acquisitions, financings, investments and business activities in Israel.

In recent years, Adv. Henner has advised on some of the largest M&A transactions in Israel, in which he has represented both multinational and Israeli purchasers and target companies. Adv. Henner has also represented a number of foreign purchasers and sellers of real estate in Israel.

Prior to joining Goldfarb Seligman, Adv. Henner was an associate in the General Corporate Department of Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, New York.

Education

LL.B. (cum laude), University of Pennsylvania Law School, 2006

B.A. (cum laude), Accounting, Yeshiva University, New York, 2000

Bar Admission

Israel Bar Association, 2014

New York Bar Association, 2007

 

Representative Work

Thoma Bravo Advantage - ironSource Ltd.
11.1B USD

Representing Thoma Bravo Advantage (a NYSE-listed SPAC) in its merger with ironSource in a de-SPAC transaction valued at $11.1 billion, including a PIPE investment of $1.3 billion.

Warburg Pincus LLC - Leumi Card Ltd.
2.5B ILS

Representing Warburg Pincus LLC in its acquisition of the credit card company Leumi Card Ltd. from Bank Leumi and the Azrieli Group for approximately 2.5B ILS.

Cisco Systems Inc.

Representing Cisco Systems Inc. in its acquisition of Epsagon, Sedona Systems and CloudLock.

Aristocrat Leisure Ltd. - Plarium Global Ltd.
500M USD

Representing Plarium Global Ltd. in its acquisition by Australia based Aristocrat Leisure Ltd. for approximately $500M.

Google

Representing Google in the acquisition of Siemplify, Elastifile and Alooma.

Koch Disruptive Technologies

Representing Koch Disruptive Technologies in its investments in Vayyar Imaging, Speedata, Pliops, Sight Diagnostics, ProteanTecs and DeepCube.