Gil-Ad Boshwitz is a Managing Partner of the Noy Fund, with vast experience in financing and executing infrastructure projects. Prior to founding the Fund Gil-Ad served as Head of Private Equity and Real-Estate at Amitim senior pension funds, the largest institutional investor in Israel, where he led the financing of some of Israel’s largest IPPs and transportation infrastructure projects. Prior to Amitim, Gil-Ad served as the Head of business development at “Etgal” holdings where he managed the development of CCGT plants and a large scale energy center project. Gil-Ad holds a BA in Economics, an LLB in Law, and an MBA, from Haifa University.
Pinchas (Pini) Cohen
Pinchas (Pini) Cohen is the Chairman of the Noy Fund, with over 35 years of experience in the infrastructure sector. His prior roles include president & CEO of Africa Israel (TASE: AFIL), an international holding and investments group; Chairman of Danya Cebus (TASE: DNYA), the leading and largest international construction company based in Israel; Chairman of Derech Eretz (Concessionaire of the Cross Israel Highway, the first toll road in Israel); President & CEO of Arrarat Insurance Company, a full service insurance agency; and Chairman of America Israel, one of Israelӳ leading real estate development and investment companies. During his career, Pini managed the development, operation and sale of some of the largest infrastructure projects undertaken in Israel, including the Cross Israel Highway ($2 billion), Highway 431 ($500 million), a large governmental office complex, and the privatized prison. Pini holds a BSc in Industrial Engineering from Tel Aviv University.
Ran Shelach is a Managing Partner of the Noy Fund, with close to two decades of experience in PPP infrastructure projects. Prior to founding the Fund, Ran served as a Senior Partner and head of the Project Finance practice at TASC, one of Israel’s leading consulting firms, where he served as a senior advisor to the government and various investors in most financial closings undertaken in Israel including Cross Israel Highway, road 431, Hadera desalination plant and Jerusalem LRT, playing a major role in the development of the PPP practice in Israel. Earlier in his career Ran served as a credit officer in Bank Leumi’s Corporate Division. Ran holds a BA in Economics and an MBA from the Hebrew University.
Talia Bar-Gil serves as the CFO of the Noy Fund. Prior to joining the Fund, Talia served as the CFO of a private equity infrastructure fund; Senior Manager, Taxation Services at KPMG; and head of the Venture Capital Funds sector at the Israeli Income Tax Commission. Talia has significant experience in taxation, financial reporting and management of private equity and venture capital funds. Talia holds a BA in Accounting & Economics (CPA) and an MBA from the Hebrew University and an MA in Economics from Tel Aviv University.
Idan Benosh is an Investment Manager at the Noy Fund since 2011.Prior to joining the Fund, Idan served as a Manager at Ernst & Young Israel Transaction Services and an a financial advisor at Tel Aviv Strategic Consulting (TASC), where he advised the Government and leading companies on a large number of Infrastructure projects.
Idan brings over a decade of experience in project finance and equity placement transactions, focusing on renewable energy sector and large B.O.T projects.
Idan holds a BA in Economics and an LLB in Law from Tel Aviv University.
Dror Dvir is an Investment Manager at the Noy Fund. Prior to joining the Fund, Dror served as a VP Business Development at Electra Concessions where he led the development and project financing of mega energy and infrastructure projects, and as a Manager at TASC where he advised the Government and leading companies on a large number of Infrastructure projects. Dror holds a BA in Economics from Ben-Gurion University and an MBA from Ben-Gurion University affiliated with Columbia University.
Noy is an Investment Manager at Noy Fund since 2015.
Prior to joining the Fund, Noy served as a VP of Project Finance at RD Energy, a subsidiary of Denham Capital, where he was responsible for the negotiation of project agreements and financial close of two co-generation power plants.
Before working at RD Energy, Noy served as an Associate at Herzog Fox & Neeman, where he advised sponsors, lenders and developers on the financing of several large scale energy and infrastructure projects.
Noy brings over seven years of experience in project finance, focusing on electricity production & renewable energy projects.
Noy holds an LLB (Magna Cum Laude) and LLM in Law from the Tel Aviv University.
Shimrit is a Controller at the Noy Fund. In her previous role, Shimrit worked at KPMG Israel in the audit's sector of Technology, HI-Tech and Industrial companies. Shimrit is a CPA that holds a BA in Business Management with a specialization in Accounting from The College of Management Academic Studies (MBA) which she had graduated with Excellency
Shiri Belzer serves as a Controller at the Noy Fund. Prior to joining the Fund, Shiri served as a senior accountant at KPMG, specializing in the audit of public and private companies in the sector of real estate and green energy. Shiri holds a BA in Accounting & Economics (CPA) from Bar Ilan University, which she had graduated with Excellency.
Amit serves as a Controller at the Noy Fund. Prior to joining the fund, Amit was a Senior Accountant at KPMG, specialized in auditing public and private companies in various sectors. She performed auditing in accordance with US GAAP, Israeli GAAP and IFRS .Amit holds a B.A. in Business Administration and Accounting from IDC Herzliya. She is a Certified Public Accountant in Israel.
Mor Plonski is the Administrative Manager at the Noy Fund. Mor has close to a decade of experience in various administrative managerial positions. Mor holds a Bachelor's degree in Government and Society from Tel-Aviv Jaffa Academic College.
Gil Raveh is the Fund's legal adviser. Gil is a founding partner at Raveh Haber & Co. Advocates and specialized in tax, investment funds and international joint ventures. Gil's investment fund practice focuses on formation and operation of investment funds, representation of institutional investors in their investments in investment funds and in the formation of feeder funds and parallel investment vehicles; representation of foreign gate keepers in their Israeli activity; and representation of Israeli entities in international joint ventures. Gil's tax practice focuses on international taxation, and representation of high net-worth individuals (including, in connection with trusts, cross-border inheritance and compensation matters, and pre-immigration planning).
Gil holds a B.A in Economics and a LL.B from the Hebrew university of Jerusalem and LL.M (tax) with Distinction from Georgetown University Law Center, Washington D.C
Shlomo Zohar is a member of the Noy Fund Investment Committee. Shlomo brings his wealth of experience and comprehensive knowledge of the capital markets to the Fund. Shlomo is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant with close to 30 years of professional experience in consulting to some of the largest corporations in Israel. Shlomo has previously led one of Israel’s premier financial institutions as the Chairman of Israel Discount Bank Ltd., Mercantile Discount Bank Ltd., Israel Discount Capital Markets & Investments Ltd., and Israel Credit Cards Ltd. Prior to joining Discount Bank, Shlomo was the managing partner at Zohar, Zohar & Co., CPA (Isr). Shlomo holds a BA in Economics and Accounting from Bar Ilan University, and an MBA from McGill University, Canada.
Gil Greshler is a member of the Noy Fund Investment Committee. Gil's extensive experience in numerous key positions in the Israeli capital market include Chief Investment Officer at Amitim Pension Fund, one of the largest institutional investors in Israel, Chairman and Director of various institutional investment committees, including, Investment Committee Chairman of the DS Provident Fund. Gil also serves as a lecturer and Head of Finance Concentration at the school of economics of the Israeli College of Management. Gil holds an MA in International Relations, Economics, and Business Administration from the Hebrew University