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Israel

Alona Meiron

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Deloitte Israel

Round building, 42 floor

1 Azrieli Center

Tel-Aviv 6701101

Israel


Tel: +972 3 608 5540

Fax: +972 3 609 4022

Email: ameiron@deloitte.co.il

Website: www.deloitte.co.il

Alona Meiron, Deloitte Israel, is a partner and the tax group leader, leading the international transaction tax services practice for the past eight years. Alona specialises, among other things, in international taxation, financial institutions and corporate taxation. Alona was a senior tax supervisor in the large enterprises division of the Israeli tax authorities in charge of the insurance companies.

Alona has vast experience in performing tax due diligence for clients and investors in Israel and globally, including tax consulting with respect to investments and exits in and out of Israel, negotiating with the Israeli tax authorities, review of investment agreements and provide international tax structuring to a wide range of companies mainly in the technology, media and telecommunications, manufacturing and the consumer business industries.

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