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Shoney Albeck

Shoney Albeck



  • Banking & Finance
  • Capital Markets
  • Insolvency & Restructuring
  • Mergers & Acquisitions

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Mr. Albeck serves as an advisor to FBC. With 25 years of experience in a variety of high-profile and sensitive legal and managerial positions, he is recognized as one of Israel's key figures in the financial arena, with unique expertise in the fields of capital markets, M&A, regulation, insolvency & restructuring, anti-money laundering white collar crimes, and crisis management.

Prior to joining FBC, Mr. Albeck served as the Vice CEO of IDB Development (2011-2014). Prior thereto, he served as General Counsel to the Israel Securities Authority and as Chairman of the ISA's Anti-Money Laundering Sanctions Committee (2006-2011), and as Chief Counsel to the Israel Money Laundering Prohibition Authority (IMPA) (2002-2005), of which he was one of its four senior managers and founders.

Since 2003, Mr. Albeck has been teaching courses on white collar enforcement and corporate governance at leading Israeli universities, and is regularly called upon to speak about his areas of expertise before legal and business forums.

Bar Admissions

  • Israel, 1989


  • Tel Aviv University (LL.M.), 1995
  • The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (LL.B.), 1988
Areas of Practice

Banking & Finance | Capital Markets | Insolvency & Restructuring | Mergers & Acquisitions | Regulatory | White Collar


Corporate Governance and Insolvency Law Amid the Coronavirus Crisis
Fischer, April 2020

Among its other consequences, the ongoing global outbreak of Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) has resulted in an economic crisis. In this legal update we present insolvency law issues which may arise during the crisis and we also propose practical solutions for dealing with challenges that companies may face. 1...

Demutualization of the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange: Opportunities and Challenges
Fischer, August 2018

The Israeli Securities Law was amended (Amendment No. 63) with a goal of turning the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) into a more competitive, efficient and profitable stock exchange, by outlining an ownership structure change of the TASE. The ownership structure change allows private investors, in addition to institutional investors, to acquire means of control over the TASE...

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