Eliran  Furman

Eliran Furman

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Eliran Furman specializes in mergers and acquisitions transactions, corporate and project financing, and represents Israeli and foreign companies, both private and public.
Due to the experience he acquired during his career (which included working as an attorney at the law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP in New York), Eliran's clients enjoy the benefits of his ability to proficiently handle complex international  transactions and to navigate through foreign cultural differences.
Eliran's M&A practice focuses on representing large scale corporations and international conglomerates with prominent acquisitions and cross border transactions. He counsels his clients from the early stages of their initial interest in the acquisitions, through due diligence investigations and negotiations, and up to the final stages of executing and closing the transaction, after which he continues to provide his clients with ongoing corporate counseling.
Eliran also specializes in corporate finance. With a background in representing some of Israel's leading financial institutions as well as international banks in complex financing transactions, and with his thorough understanding of the bank’s state of mind and working methods, Eliran is highly proficient in managing complicated large scale corporate financing transactions.
Eliran represents banks and companies in project finance transactions, a complex practice which involves many parties with different agendas, and often, conflicts of interest.
Eliran also heads the firm’s Japan Practice Group together with Peter Sugarman.
Eliran joined the firm as a partner in 2011.
Eliran received his law degree (cum laude) from Haifa University in 2000, a B.A. in Economics from Haifa University in 2001, and an LL.M. from New York University School of Law in 2005.
Eliran was admitted to the Israel Bar in 2001 and to the New York Bar in 2006.



Eliran is fluent in English and Hebrew.

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