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Keren Alon

Keren Alon

Associate

Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co.
Israel

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Ms. Alon is an associate in FBC’s Tax Department.

Ms. Alon's practice is concentrated on a wide range of tax law aspects, including real estate taxation, domestic income taxation, employee stock options plans, international taxation, and value-added tax.

Ms. Alon represents both companies and individuals in negotiations with the Israeli Tax Authority and before Israeli courts.

Bar Admissions

  • Israel, 2010

Education

  • Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel (LL.B.), 2009
  • Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel (B.A., Business Administration), 2009
Articles

Israeli District Court Accepts the ITA Position and Sets New Acquisition Price for Tax Purposes Between Related Parties
Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co., July 2017

We write to inform you about a precedent-setting ruling by a District Court in Israel in a case between Gteko, a subsidiary of Microsoft Corporation, and the Israel Tax Authority ("ITA") regarding a transaction for the sale and purchase of intellectual property assets and its valuation.In 2006, Microsoft acquired the entire share capital of Gteko for $90 million (pursuant to a "Share Agreement")...

New Tax Circular Regarding Taxation of Holdback Payments and of the Reverse Vesting Mechanism in the Context of Mergers & Acquisitions
Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co., June 2017

The Israeli Tax Authority (the "ITA") has recently published a tax circular (the "Circular") on the tax treatment of holdback payments and of the reverse vesting mechanism in the context of merger and acquisition transactions. According to the Circular, subject to certain conditions, that will be detailed below, the sale of shares to which holdback payments and reverse vesting mechanisms apply would be subject to a capital gains tax rate of 25% (30% in case of controlling shareholders)...

New ITA Ruling Regarding Taxation of Holdback Payments and Reverse Vesting Mechanism in the Context of Mergers & Acquisitions
Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co., August 2016

The Israeli Tax Authority (the "ITA") has recently published a draft circular ("Draft Circular") on the tax treatment of holdback payments and reverse vesting mechanism in the context of merger and acquisition transactions. According to the Draft Circular, subject to certain conditions as will detail below, the sale of shares to which holdback payments and reverse vesting mechanisms apply would be subject to a capital gains tax rate of 25% (30% in case of controlling shareholders)...

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