Dankner investigated for suspected securities fraud

By NADAV SHEMER
November 27, 2012 14:56

 
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IDB Holding Corp. chairman and controlling shareholder Nochi Dankner is being investigated by authorities over suspected securities fraud and other offenses, the company reported to the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Tuesday.

According to the statement, the Israel Securities Authority questioned Dankner on Tuesday in relation to IDB’s issue of share and warrants on February 23. The ISA released him on condition that he remain in Israel, refrain from contacting anyone involved in the case, and deposit a NIS 5 million guarantee.

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