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Seven Pillars Law Celebrates New Tel Aviv Representative Office
Seven Pillars is blazing a trail as the first AIFC headquartered Kazakh law firm to establish a representative office in Israel. The new office is the firm’s fifth, and immediately follows the opening of its representative office in Dubai, located on the iconic QE2.
Listening to what our clients want and where they do business is a core focus for the team at Seven Pillars. Many of our clients in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) want to explore the Israeli market, and equally, our technology clients in Israel want to explore new opportunities in the Gulf and Central Asia.
Given our strength in these regions combined with the newly-signed Abraham Accords, which marked the beginning of a long overdue public normalization of relationships between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, Seven Pillars can ensure that it is able to meet its clients’ global business imperatives while providing the superlative legal services that it is fast becoming known for.
Through our affiliation with Horev & Co., a highly reputable boutique law firm in Israel, we have a deep bench for working on a variety of matters affecting companies and individuals in both the Israeli market and abroad. Horev & Co manages a substantial amount of legal work for companies with Israeli interests and has vast experience in the Israeli high-tech industry, specifically in technology and international transactions. The firm is now globally recognised, and provides a wide range of legal services to local and international individuals and large business organizations, operating at the highest professional standards.
The personal and direct involvement of the firm’s partners ensures the provision of high-quality, responsive, accessible, business-oriented and effective legal services.
Thanks to this new affiliation, Seven Pillars’ can establish an impactful presence in Tel Aviv, the beating heart of Israel’s flourishing high-tech economy. We believe that combining the expertise and know-how of Seven Pillars with the skill set and knowledge of Horev & Co provides our clients with an end-to-end solution supporting clients doing business in this exciting market, and our presence will serve as a gateway for companies, entrepreneurs, investors, funds and other professionals to gain entry.
Together with our global partners around the world we do more than just provide legal services; we build business bridges for our clients, connecting them with the right players and the right resources to gain a competitive edge.
Seven Pillars is perfectly placed to support clients with investments and business into and from Israel, in the Astana International Financial Centre, and with representative offices in London, Cape Town and Dubai. Seven Pillars’ clients range from high net-worth individuals to some of the biggest companies in the world.
Kim Siegel, co-founder of Seven Pillars Law said “Israel is a very exciting and innovative place to do business. With the language and cultural differences, it can be challenging to access and confidently do business there. We recognize the importance of offering our clients trusted legal solutions there and our association with Horev & Co allows us to do just that. We are very proud and excited with this association.”
Karin Horev founder of Horev & Co., said, “I am thrilled with our association with Seven Pillars as it provides our clients the ability to receive a broad spectrum of professional legal services around the globe. I am certain that this association will be prosperous to us and our clients, enabling our clients to benefit from the know-how that we have accumulated for more than 20 years. Our law firm, located in the heart of Tel-Aviv, offers its clients highly professional, individually tailored legal services in various corporate and commercial fields, especially within the High-Tech industry, combining legal excellence with a practical and innovative business approach. I am sure that the association with Seven Pillars will provide our clients an advantage within the industry, in the Israeli market as well as around the world”.
Seven Pillars is the only law firm in Central Asia that offers comprehensive, strategic advice by world-class lawyers with unrivalled experience in business and legal practice, in government and judiciary. Seven Pillars’ global network comprises 850 lawyers, which enables us to serve our clients on each continent (except Antarctica) in any industry and in diverse areas of practice. The firm is named after the Zheti Zhargy, the 7 foundational pillars of the Kazakh legal system introduced in the 17th Century by Khan Tauke. By following that heritage, Seven Pillars is building the leading law firm in Central Asia.
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