Neogames’s $145 Million Secondary Offering

Herzog Fox & Neeman and Latham & Watkins advised Neogames on the deal.

NeoGames S.A., a provider of online gaming technology and services to lottery operators, has completed a $145 million secondary offering of ordinary shares by a certain NeoGames shareholder at a price to the public of $36.00 per ordinary share. The offering was underwritten by a group of banks led by J.P. Morgan and Deutsche Bank.  

Herzog Fox & Neeman’s team was led by Partner, Gil White (Picture) alongside partners Ron Ben-Menachem and Dr. Ehab Farah and associates Joshua Ravitz and Mohammad Mawasi.

The Latham team was led by London corporate partner Josh Kiernan, New York partner Nathan Ajiashvili, with associates Gilad Zohari and Kirby Swartz. Advice on tax matters was provided by New York partner Elena Romanova and associate Michael Yu. The selling shareholder was advised by Latham San Diego partner Sony Ben-Moshe and Los Angeles partner Steven B. Stokdyk.



Involved fees earner: Ehab Farah – Herzog Fox & Neeman; Mohammad Mawasi – Herzog Fox & Neeman; Ron Menachem – Herzog Fox & Neeman; Joshua Ravitz – Herzog Fox & Neeman; Gil White – Herzog Fox & Neeman; Nathan Ajiashvili – Latham & Watkins; Sony Ben-Moshe – Latham & Watkins; Josh Kiernan – Latham & Watkins; Elena Romanova – Latham & Watkins; Steven Stokdyk – Latham & Watkins; Kirby Swartz – Latham & Watkins; Michael Yu – Latham & Watkins; Gilad Zohari – Latham & Watkins;

Law Firms: Herzog Fox & Neeman; Latham & Watkins;

Clients: Neogames S.A.R.L;


Author: Alejandro Girola