Crossing the Divide: Israel-UAE

Since the UAE and Israeli peace deal was passed almost six months ago, the appetite for real-time, on-the-ground change, has been palpable on both sides.

Ahead of what is sure to be a fruitful partnership across the board, discussions on what to expect, the challenges ahead and the realities of doing business on both sides are taking place to help navigate the road that has never been paved before.

With this exciting new era upon us, the cultural, legal, and financial aspects of doing business with the UAE and Israel bring a wealth of opportunity. Our Founder and Managing Director, Leah Tedrow, took part in a webinar – TLV – UAE: Crossing The Divide hosted by Tadmor Levy & Co. (an international Israeli law firm) – on how to bridge that gap. She was joined by John Hanafin, Founder & CEO of Dubai-based Huriya Private, and Alexander Lutgendorf of Amereller, Dubai.The session was hosted by Tamar Krongrad, Head of Commercial Cross-Border Practice Group at Tadmor-Levy & Co.

Crossing the Divide: Israel – UAE – Tadmor Levy

 

 

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