Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised Tufin Software Technologies Ltd., a company pioneering a policy-centric approach to security and IT operations, on its acquisition by Turn/River Capital for a total of US$570 million at a price per share of US$13. Turn/River is a software-focused investment firm.
The White & Case team was led by M&A partners Morton Pierce in New York and Morgan Hollins in Houston, and by Capital Markets partner and Co-Head of White & Case’s Israel Interest Group, Colin Diamond, in New York. The team also included associates Nate Bascom, Anil Tanyildiz and Princess Rogers in Houston and associate Elizabeth Goodwin in New York (all M&A); partner Rebecca Farrington and associates Daniel Rosenthal and Naari Ha in Washington, DC (all Antitrust); partner Sang Ji and associate Michael Iloegbunam in New York (both Tax); partner Laura McDaniels in Silicon Valley, counsel Samantha Rozell in Chicago and associate Anthony Veveakis in New York (all Employment, Compensation & Benefits); partner Arlene Arin Hahn in New York (Intellectual Property); and partner Cristina Brayton-Lewis in Washington, DC (Trade).
White & Case represented Tufin in its IPO on the New York Stock Exchange in 2019. The Firm is dedicated to representing its Israeli clients in key transactional and litigation matters around the world through its 45 offices across 31 countries.
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