Company Overview of First Israel Mezzanine Investors Ltd.
First Israel Mezzanine Investors Ltd. is a private equity firm specializing in mezzanine financing, mature, middle market, growth capital, financing investments, mergers, and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, bridge financing prior to IPO, turnarounds, and management buyouts. The firm does not invest in financial or real-estate companies. The firm prefers to make investments in the sectors of computer software, aviation, building materials, consumer electronics, electronic components, communications, automotive, plastics, pharmaceuticals, textiles, metals, water purification, alternative and solar energy, warehousing and logistics, and food. It invests upto $25 million in companies with minim...
98 Yigal Alon Street
Tel Aviv, 67891
Founded in 1996
Key Executives for First Israel Mezzanine Investors Ltd.
Founder, Chief Executive Officer, and Chairman
Partner, Chief Financial Officer, and Chief Administrator Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
First Israel Mezzanine Investors Ltd. Key Developments
Five Companies To Bid For IMI
Nov 12 15
Five groups are bidding to acquire Israel Military Industries Ltd. whose price has been estimated at ILS 2-2.5 billion. The bidders are Elbit Systems Ltd. (TASE:ESLT); a group jointly controlled by businessmen Samy Katsav and Meir Shamir; Flextronics International Ltd. (NasdaqGS:FLEX); The Renco Group, Inc.; and First Israel Mezzanine Investors Ltd. The companies and groups interested in the acquisition are to submit their price bids next month to the Government Companies Authority, which is conducting the privatization process for IMI. Five companies so far have deposited ILS 6 million guarantee, and when the bids are submitted, a ILS 35 million deposit will be required. The Government Companies Authority summoned representatives of the five participating groups to a seminar in Herzliya. Representatives have already toured the site at Ramat Beka in the Negev to which IMI is slated to transfer its facilities by 2020. The competing groups also recently received comprehensive reviews of IMI's situation from Chairman Maj.-Gen. (res.) Udi Adam and Chief Executive Officer Avi Felder, as well as confidential financial data about IMI revealed to the potential buyers in the information rooms opened three months ago. Two companies that expressed interest in acquiring IMI, but subsequently dropped out, are S.B.M. Consulting Ltd. and Armaz Group. Coleridge Capital Ltd. and Tara Horizon also dropped out at an earlier stage. According to the IDF privatization plan, the Government Companies Authority is expected to decide by the beginning of 2016. The state will retain a small part of IMI's activity defined as strategic and top secret, for which a new government defense company, Tomer Systems, was founded in recent months. A source informed about the IMI privatization plan expressed satisfaction to "Globes" with the pace of progress in the process. He said it was clear that "The five groups that have reached the final hurdle are serious, and are moving ahead with vigor in the process. Their level of interest in IMI is high, and most of the acute questions relating to the sale have already been answered. The discussions are now focusing the technical parts of the process."
First Israel To Invest In Israel
Jul 21 15
First Israel Mezzanine Investors Ltd. plans to raise $1 billion for a new investment in Israel.
9 Groups Reportedly Left In Israel Military Industries Privatization Tender
Jul 13 15
12 groups and businessmen submitted requests six weeks ago to take part in the process for the acquisition of Israel Military Industries Ltd. (IMI) At the conclusion of initial financial checks by the Government Companies Authority, headed by Ori Yogev, and security checks by the Director of Security in the Ministry of Defense, only nine groups were allowed access to the information rooms at this stage. Two groups - one led by businessman Samy Katsav and one led by businessman Meir Shamir - combined and announced that they would compete together for the acquisition of IMI. Two other bidders have not yet completed the process, Yuri Vinnik and Oren Kanders. Sources involved in the process said that these two bidders have not yet completed the process constituting a condition for entering the information rooms. The groups competing for the acquisition of IMI are Elbit Systems Ltd. (TASE:ESLT), First Israel Mezzanine Investors Ltd., The Renco Group, Inc., Flextronics International Ltd. (NasdaqGS:FLEX), Hezi Bezalel; Coleridge Capital LLLP, S.B.M. Consulting Ltd., Armaz Group and joint Katsav-Shamir group. The information rooms will be open to investors for three months, and later in the process, they will also be given access to information that includes classified data about the company's business, subject to the depositing of a ILS 6 million bank guarantee. At the same time, the Government Companies Authority and the Ministry of Defense will conduct more thorough checks into these investors. At the end of the process, the interested groups will submit their bids to acquire the company, accompanied by their estimate of its value.
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