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Atir Jaffe

  • Partner
  • Tel Aviv
Atir counts with vast expertise in Hi-Tech, venture capital and private equity, fund formation and executive compensation. His practices areas include Agrotech, Foodtech, Medtech, Fintech, AI, Automotive, as well as Media and Entertainment.


Atir Jaffe is a partner and Co-Chair of the IL Hi-Tech Practice Group.

As a long-distance runner, Atir always looks at the long-term goal.

His work includes advising clients within the technology sector,  dealing with and contributing to the most complex transactions and matters, both from the founders and company’s side, as well as from the funds and investors’ and buyers’ side.

Atir has been involved in the creation of the ventures, from A-Z. With an innovative approach and a focus on achieving his clients’ goals, Atir is the “go-to” attorney for his clients, from the very early stages of their deals, all the way to their exits. This includes financing at all stages and forms, sophisticated licensing agreements, distribution, Joint ventures, and M&A transactions to IPOs – in Israel and abroad.

Atir’s clients range from foreign and local entrepreneurs, start-up companies, managers, founders, and partners in the formation of private equity, and venture capital funds.

Atir also serves as a Board Member in several companies in various sectors.

A 2020 Legal 500 Recommended Lawyer.
"Atir Jaffe is the name to note for VC fund formation."
Atir Jaffe is the firm's key contact for funds and investment work; he recently advised 2B Angels on a Series D investment in Yotpo in a financing round totalling $51m.
A key figure is hi-tech and venture capital specialist Atir Jaffe, who advised Keshet International Broadcasting on the formation of a $55m venture capital fund, and also assisted with the formation of the new Israeli impact fund, COPIA Agro & Food Technologies Fund. In the private equity space, the team handled the formation of the AP Partners Fund, which reached over $82m in its initial closing.