Adv. CPA Engelman is Head of the Corporate Recovery and Insolvency Practice.
Adv. CPA Engelman possesses unique expertise in the corporate recovery and insolvency field. He serves as a trustee in stay of proceedings and creditor agreements, as well as receiver and special manager for companies operating in Israel and across the globe. In light of his experience in the field, he is often appointed by the court to various roles in insolvency proceedings, including conducting economic investigations and investigative overview for the courts and other parties, providing financial and operational services to court appointed officials, and more.
In addition, Adv. CPA Engelman provides ongoing counsel to corporations and individuals in corporate recovery and economic rehabilitation proceedings. In this capacity, Adv. CPA Engelman performs a Financial Statement Analysis for the company, and reflects the company’s financial state to its management. Adv. CPA Engelman tailors rehabilitation and recovery plans to each company according to its unique analysis, while examining financing aspects, streamlining options and company operations, and providing ongoing counsel throughout the implementation of the recovery plans.
Among Adv. CPA Engelman’s clients are local and international companies, both public and private, as well as shareholders, creditors, directors and more.
Adv. CPA Engelman serves as a member of the Insolvency and Economic Rehabilitation Committee of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Israel.
Adv. CPA Engelman previously served as Head of the Corporate Recovery and Insolvency Department at PwC Israel (Kesselman & Kesselman).
LL.B., College of Management Academic Studies, Rishon Le Zion, 2010
B.A., Business Administration (Accounting), College of Management Academic Studies, Rishon Le Zion, 2010
Israel Bar Association, 2013
Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Israel, 2012
"Known for his expertise in corporate recovery and insolvency proceedings."
The Legal 500 | 2020
"Often appointed by the courts to oversee debt resolutions."