Yuval focuses on commercial, banking and real estate law, representing clients in a broad variety of matters including real estate, commercial, banking and financing transactions as well as in telecommunication and PFI projects and tenders.
Yuval represents banks on various matters. Among other things, Yuval consults on matters relating to ISDA agreements and derivatives; assists on regulatory matters; assisted banks with the implementation of Basel II and the review of the legal requirements thereof; represents an Israeli bank in proceedings with various Lehman Brothers companies; and represented the controlling shareholders of one of Israel’s largest banks in the acquisition of said bank. Yuval represented Neema Technologies in its precedential collaboration and services agreement with the Marshall Islands government in order to issue one of the world’s first legal cryptocurrency tenders, the SOV. This was the first time that a country issued a crypto coin.