Amir Wasserman is the General Counsel and Head of the Legal Department at the Israel Securities Authority (ISA). As General Counsel he has the overall responsibility for all legal matters and activities performed within, or involving, the ISA.
Wasserman joined the ISA in 2001 as a lawyer at the Corporate Finance Department, where he gained expertise with regulation of public companies.
In 2005 he left the ISA and joined Rosenberg, Hacohen, Goddard & Ephrat law firm, where he worked as an associate and a partner in the field of capital markets.
In 2006 Wasserman published, with a colleague, the book "Corporations and Securities", on the subject of regulation applying to corporations that offer their securities to the public.
Wasserman returned to the ISA in 2011, to serve at his current position, as the General Counsel and Head of the Legal Department at the ISA. In the last years he also teaches a course on securities laws at the Faculty of Law of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Wasserman holds a degree in Law and Economics (LLB & B.A), and a Master in Economics and Business Administration, both degrees from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, as well as a Master in Public Administration from Harvard University.