Jeremy Seeff



Position: Partner

 Corporate & M&AFinance & BankingHigh-tech & Venture Capital

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Jeremy is a partner in the firm’s Corporate & M&A, and Finance & Banking practices. Jeremy has experience advising prominent Israeli and international private equity, VC, corporate VC and family office investors, as well as global corporates and local start-ups from their earliest stages all the way through to exit, on diversified corporate and commercial matters. Jeremy also regularly advises both lenders and borrowers on a range of financings including on LBOs, acquisition finance, restructurings, and the development, financing and restructuring of domestic and cross-border projects across various sectors.

Clients & Deals

Recent corporate matters Jeremy has advised on include:

  • Advising SoftBank on its investment into Claroty and use of the proceeds of such investment for the acquisition of Medigate;
  • Advising Blackstone on investment activity in Israel, including on its investment into Adaptive Shield;
  • Advising Capital One on investments into, and disposition of holdings in, multiple Israeli start-up companies;
  • Advising BVI Medical on its investment into, and long-term strategic arrangements relating to, Beyeonics Vision;
  • Advising Rentokil on its acquisition of leading Israeli pest control company Eitan Amichai IPM;
  • Advising Ingka (Ikea) on its acquisition of the Made4Net group, and on its major investment into Jifiti;
  • Advising Indian Oil Corporation with respect to the TASE listing of its portfolio company Phinergy and its second tranche off-market investment therein;
  • Advising Kedma Capital on the acquisition of Iskoor Metals, Israel’s largest steel company, and on the sale of its stake in Femi Premium to London-based private equity fund G Square Capital;
  • Advising Lime on its ongoing corporate and commercial matters in Israel;
  • Advising the FAAC group on its acquisition of TIBA Parking;
  • Advising Bookaway on multiple acquisition of companies in Europe, Asia, and South America;
  • Advising innogy Innovation Centre on the sale of its holdings in cybersecurity company Segasec to Mimecast;
  • Advising UK-based Jellyfish group on its acquisition of digital marketing agency Perelview;
  • Advising BWT AG, a market leader in the development of water treatment technologies, on its acquisition of Aquatron Robotic Technology from Fluidra;
  • Advising a host of investors, strategic partners, and start-ups on their investment and day-to-day commercial work.


Recent finance matters Jeremy has advised on include:

  • Advising Lloyds Bank PLC on the financing and re-financing of a real estate facility for the benefit of a group ultimately owned by a super HNW Israeli individual;
  • Advising a group of senior lenders to the Keter Group on Israeli aspects of its EUR 1.3b refinancing;
  • Advising Natixis on multiple major oil-receivable finance facilities;
  • Advising Deutsche Bank on the financing of a real estate facility for the benefit of a HNW Israeli individual;
  • Advising BNP Paribas on Israeli aspects of its financing of Contentsquare;
  • Advising an international financing group on its portfolio of secured lending worth up to GBP 300m;
  • Advising a consortium of international banks on Israeli aspects of an up to US$1 billion project financing, in respect of the development of the Leviathan gas field;
  • Advising BNP Paribas and Partners Group as senior and mezzanine lenders in the leveraged buy-out of the ATX Networks group by HIG Capital and several rounds of follow-up financing;
  • Advising a wide range of international financial institutions on Israeli aspects of their complex cross-border financing transactions.

Past experience

Prior to joining Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM), Jeremy worked in the London offices of Vedder Price LLP, where he focused on aviation finance and commercial law advice and in the London and Paris offices of Linklaters LLP, where he gained broad international experience in the project finance team, working on finance and corporate transactions as well as on a diverse range of litigation matters, in the energy, infrastructure, funds and finance sectors.



  • Bachelor’s degree in ‘law with law studies in Europe’ from Christ Church, Oxford University, including a year of study at the University of Siena, Italy.
  • Commendation in the legal practice course at the College of Law in London.



  • Admitted to the practice of law in Israel (2017), England and Wales (2012) and New York (2011)
  • Director of LGBTech and founder of the Israel Diversity Standard, proliferating networking opportunities and establishing a benchmark for LGBT+ inclusiveness in the Israeli workplace
  • Member of the Advisory Board of World History Encyclopedia


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