Terry to stay at ISA until January

Moshe Terry, president of the Israel Securities Authority, agreed to remain in his position until the end of January following a request from Finance Minister Ronnie Bar-On.

By SHARON WROBEL
August 15, 2007 07:41

 
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Moshe Terry, president of the Israel Securities Authority, agreed to remain in his position until the end of January following a request from Finance Minister Ronnie Bar-On. In a meeting with Bar-On on Tuesday, Terry requested to step down from his position on October 22 as his tenure was coming to the end of the five years of service as determined by law. Bar-On asked Terry to extend the period until the end of January next with the option of another extension.

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