Micha is the CEO of Mellius Israel, a company specializes in facilitating the establishment of companies and various legal entities around the world, including funds, partnerships, foundations and trusts.
Micha has over 12 years of experience in the establishment of legal entities across a wide range of jurisdictions, as well as wide knowledge on international corporate laws, taxation laws and wealth planning.
Micha acquired his LL.B. in 2006 and is a member of the Israeli Bar Association since 2007.
After graduating Micha served as a lawyer specializing in corporate law, international taxation, strategic wealth planning and structures consultant in a wide range of vehicles and trust services in various jurisdictions. Micha gained a wealth of experience of capital markets transactions, venture capital and private equity, in addition to the preparation of auditing reports and stakeholder management.
Subsequently, Micha founded the Israeli branch of Mellius and is acting as the company's CEO.
Over the many years of operation in the field Micha has built a vast network of personal ties and he is also a member of the advisory board of Bendura Bank AG in Lichtenstein.
Mellius is an international company specializing in facilitating the establishment of companies and various legal entities around the world, including funds, partnerships, foundations and trusts.
Mellius focuses on high-quality, effective and creative solutions to help establish legal entities in over 100 jurisdictions around the globe while coordinating between various types of activities, client profiles, area of activity and additional factors.
As of today, Mellius is the largest Corporate Service Provider in Israel.
Mellius portfolio of clients is comprised of legal entities in all sized, from young start-ups in the very beginning of their corporate lives, through mature companies, all the way to publicly traded companies listed (mainly) in the London Stock Exchange, Nasdaq and TASE.
Mellius' reputation precedes it and today acts as introducer and has cooperation's with some of the largest financial institutions in the world, located in the USA, Europe and the Far East. As such it was chosen by the Israeli Anti Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Authority to represent the sector of Corporate Service Providers before the FATF committee which audited the Israeli market in March 2018.