Luxembourg law firm RJ Gaito, Israeli tax law firm – Ben Ami, Bigon & Co (@Ben Ami, Bigon & Co) and Martin Hollywood (@Martin Hollywood) of PWC advised Solaer Renewable Energies Ltd (@Solaer renewable energy Ltd) on the implementation of their Luxembourg and international project finance platform.

Following the implementation of the investment platform, RJ Gaito acted for Resolar SARL in the conclusion of a credit facility with KommunalKredit Austria AG for the financing of Solaer’s projects in Italy, Spain and Chile.

The transactions were led by partner Ronnen J. Gaito (corporate M&A, reorganization, and financing), Senior Counsel, Harry Ghillemyn (financing) and Valerie Herriot (corporate and finance).

Gilad Ben Ami (@Gilad Ben Ami) and Ran Bigon (@Ran Bigon) of Ben Ami, Bigon & Co, in Israel, and Martin Hollywood of PWC in Luxembourg led the tax matters.

In Spain, Alvaro Mateo Sixto, leading the team with Juan Pérez, Inés López Seco of Gómez-Acebo & Pombo (Corporate, M&A and financing).

Toni de Weest Prat and Jordi Ruis of Broseta for Spanish tax aspects.

In Italy, Marzio Cianci, leading the team with Benedetta Frizzi and Bernasconi Tommaso.

In Chile, Benjamín Pérez of Guerrero Olivos.

Ronnen J. Gaito, Gilad Ben-Ami and Ran Bigon commented “We are delighted to have been able to advise on these highly sophisticated transactions which reflect our firms’ capabilities in tax, M&A, cross border group reorganizations and finance practices. This matter is a further demonstration of our sophisticated international practices and our ability to support our clients’ international growth.”

Alon Segev, CEO of Solaer, commented “I thank the RJ Gaito and the Ben Ami, Bigon & Co teams for their outstanding work, they brought to our team exceptional cross-border capabilities and provided us with a turn-key solution for supporting our international growth.”

About Solaer Renewable Energies

Solaer Renewable Energies Ltd is an Israel-based renewable energy project builder and operator. The company initiates, builds and operates currently solar systems in Israel, Spain Italy and Chile with a project pipeline of 3,800 MW.