Samuel Henri Samuel
Samuel specializes in M&A, technology, and project finance matters.
Samuel represents both domestic and international clients – including corporations, VC funds, startups, and entrepreneurs – in cross-border acquisitions, investments, and joint ventures.
As part of his work in the Infrastructure and Project Finance Department, Samuel regularly counsels state-owned companies, entrepreneurs, and international contractors in the oil & gas, renewable energy, transportation, and water fields.
Samuel has also gained experience advising lenders and borrowers on a variety of financing with respect to the development of domestic and international projects across a wide range of industries.
Before joining Barnea, Samuel served as an associate in several leading Israeli law firms and worked in Paris as an attorney in a corporate law firm.
Universite Pantheon-Assas, Paris II, (LLM Private Law), 2005
Member of the Paris Bar Association, 2008
Member of the Israel Bar Association, 2011
News and updates - Samuel Henri Samuel:
Representing Sephira in Sale of Shares to DL Software Group
Barnea represented the French and Israeli group of companies Sephira, a leader in software solutions for healthcare professionals, in the sale of its holdings to the DL Software Group, which was recently acquired by the American PE fund TA Associates.
The transaction was led by Samuel Henry Samuel, Dor Marinovsky, and Avihay Asulin. Netta Bromberg provided representation in all labor law matters, and Harel Perlmutter and Nir Ziman advised on all tax issues.
Representing Nofar Energy in Negotiations to Acquire Rights in Blue Sky Group
Firm partner Samuel Henri Samuel represented Nofar Energy in negotiations to acquire 67% of the capital of Blue Sky Group, a group of companies engaged in the development and construction of solar energy projects in the United States. The deal is valued at approximately USD 91 million.
Our Firm Represented CAF in Funding for Jerusalem Light Rail Project
After a year of negotiations, Jerusalem Light Rail concessionaire Shapir Engineering and its Spanish partner CAF announced the closure of a financial agreement for the construction and operation of a network of light rail lines in Jerusalem. The project's initial financing, amounting to nearly NIS 4 billion, will be led by Bank Hapoalim, with the participation of First International Bank of Israel, investment house Altshuler Shaham, and insurance company Migdal. Our firm's Simon Jaffa and Samuel Henry Samuel represented CAF in the transaction. This is CAF's first project in Israel.