Israel is known for its high-tech design, technology and research and development providing incredible opportunities for investment and co-operation in the region. The country’s large concentration of a talented and innovative workforce has further cemented its position as an ideal investment destination. What’s more, Israel has been recognised as a place of innovation and creativity, noted for its growing entrepreneurial spirit and technologies. It is therefore natural for Seven Pillars to continue its expansion into this exciting market, bolstering the firm’s ability to offer its clients access to everything that Israel has to offer, and providing support and legal solutions to help its clients do business into and out of Israel.
We are delighted to have opened our representative office in Israel through our affiliation with Horev & Co. Law Office, an Israeli boutique law firm located in the heart of Tel-Aviv, offering its clients individually tailored legal services in various corporate and commercial fields.
Israel provides substantial opportunities for clients of Seven Pillars who are looking to take advantage of the high spirit of innovation present in the country. Following the Abraham Accords, Israel is a key focus area for those in the Middle East. With its headquarters located in the Astana International Financial Centre, and representative offices in London, Cape Town & Dubai, Seven Pillars is perfectly placed to support clients with investments and business into and out of Israel. Seven Pillars’ clients range from high net worth individuals to some of the biggest companies in 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.