Markstone founder meets local biz

US businessman Elliott Broidy attends conference on Israeli energy sector, which he believes will become significant for the economy and has the potential to lead Israel toward energy independence.

By SHARON WROBEL
March 16, 2010 15:04

 
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US businessman Elliott Broidy, founder and former chairman of Markstone Capital Group, visited Israel last week to meet with investors and business leaders. Broidy was invited to attend the Economic Energy Conference in Tel Aviv by the owner of one of the major Israeli oil and gas exploration companies.


At the conference, Broidy expressed much interest in the Israeli energy sector, which he believes will become significant for the economy and has the potential to lead Israel toward energy independence. Broidy resigned from his position at Markstone late last year after admitting to one count of rewarding official misconduct in a New York State court.

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