Adv. Kinneret Razon-Picovsky, engaged with legal and business consulting in the field of capital market with an emphasis on risk assessment and risk management.
She specializes in securities and corporate regulation, corporate governance, compliance and enforcement, ethics of portfolio managers and investment advisors, directors responsibilities, insurance and board meetings management. In addition, engaged with privacy protection and GDPR in Israel.
Adv. Razon-Picovsky holds both a bachelor’s and a master’s Law degrees (LL.M.) (with Honor), and a master degree in Public Policy (with Honor) - of Tel Aviv University.
She interned at the Supreme Court of Israel with the late HH Justice Yaakov Kedmi, and following receipt of her license to practice law, she was asked to establish the Judges’ Control and Placement Department within the Supreme Court. Additionally, she has represented the Israel Bar Association in hearings of the Israeli Parliament (the Knesset) Finance Committee in relation to various financial and commercial legislation.
Adv. Razon-Picovsky has written the book "Investment Advising, Investment Marketing and Portfolio Management" which has been published in its 20th edition, and includes chapters on corporate law, securities law, mutual funds, capital market criminal offences and an extensive chapter regarding the disciplinary rules applicable to holders of a license in the capital market, and the rules prohibiting money laundering and finance of terrorism. Additionally, she was co-author of books on corporate law and articles in the field of capital markets.
She is a senior lecturer in the Director and Officer Training Program at Lahav, the Tel Aviv University, Business Management Faculty, and is party to the construction of advanced curricula for senior corporate managements.
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Adv. Razon-Picovsky is engaged in voluntary activities, including taking part in the Bar Association's Securities Committee, lecturing in the Bar Association's continuing programs. She chairs the Audit Committee of the Nobel Laureates for Excellence in Education. During 2015 she lectured at the UN in the WIPO Intellectual Property Organization on "The Capital Market as an Incubator for Intellectual Property Growth".
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As part of her Master degree in Public Policy, she won the Avineri Research Fellowship on behalf of the Ometz Movement, and published his research paper on:
"What are the circumstances that led to a gender gap in government corruption in the State of Israel?"
The research work defined "corruption", "corruption measures", and showed empirical findings regarding convictions of men and women holding governmental and local positions of corruption offenses. The work examined the causes of gaps, in light of innate biological differences and in light of cultural social differences