‘Euromoney’ says Hapoalim is best bank

By ILAN COHEN
June 7, 2015 22:05

 
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For the fourth year in a row, financial magazine Euromoney has picked Bank Hapoalim as the “Best Bank in Israel.”

“This award signifies international recognition of the excellence of the largest and leading bank in Israel,” Bank Hapoalim president and CEO Zion Kenan said.

“Regarding our continuous and consistently impressive achievements, I would like to express my gratitude to our wonderful employees and executives: We were awarded this title thanks to them.”

“We will continue to strive for excellence, improvements to our service and technological infrastructures and the continued growth and preservation of our leadership position in line with our strategic plan,” he said.

Bank Hapoalim earned a similar recognition from Global Finance magazine.

Euromoney made its selection after rating submissions on both quantitative and qualitative factors, including key performance indicators, financial ratios and innovation.

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