Eyal is an attorney and economist, and is considered one of Israel's leading transfer pricing specialists. Eyal heads the transfer pricing practice at Herzog Fox & Neeman and boasts over 20 years of experience in advising multinationals on their local and international intercompany transfer pricing and commercial transactions. As part of his practice, Eyal also advises international companies on a wide range of Israeli corporate, tax, and commercial matters.
Eyal often participates in discussions with the Israeli Tax Authorities and consults them on new circulars and on the implementation of the BEPS, transfer pricing methods, and other regulations in Israel, and has considerable experience in all aspects of international transfer pricing planning and intercompany transactions, including in cross-border transactions involving tangible and intangible assets, goods, and services. Eyal is experienced with handling APAs and MAPs involving the Israeli Tax Authorities and represents MNEs in audits and in front of the Israeli courts. Eyal also handled audits outside of Israel, where he assisted foreign companies with tax audits in their domicile.
Eyal is an expert in drafting transfer pricing documentation and intercompany agreements, including the required Master File, Local File, and transfer pricing studies, in accordance with both Israeli and foreign requirements. Eyal is experienced with US, OECD, EU and Israeli transfer pricing challenges faced by corporations, and in assisting foreign companies in incorporating and regulating their transfer pricing and taxation in Israel.
Eyal is involved in all of a corporation's transfer pricing lifecycle, both inbound and outbound from Israel, from the planning, analysis, and documentation, to support in audits and representing in court. Eyal is also versed with complex transfer pricing matters involving international tax planning, customs, and VAT in Israel.
In addition to his legal practice, Eyal has also been an adjunct professor at the Haifa University Faculty of Law for more than 10 years. He also often lectures to the Israeli CPA Association and to foreign governments' representatives on the subjects of transfer pricing and business in Israel.
Eyal is a Board member of the Israel-LATAM Chamber of Commerce, of the Israel-German Chamber of Commerce, and of the German-Israel Legal Association. In his private capacity, Eyal volunteers with the Unistream Association, an organization that helps Israeli teenagers from underprivileged areas to realize their potential by teaching them entrepreneurial skills, and acts in a voluntary capacity as a mentor in the Tel-Aviv University.