Udi Nissan tapped to head GCA

Finance Minister Ronnie Bar-On on Tuesday chose Dr. Udi Nissan to head the Government Companies Authority, a move he hopes will be approved by the government within the next few weeks.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
October 17, 2007 07:55

 
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Finance Minister Ronnie Bar-On on Tuesday chose Dr. Udi Nissan to head the Government Companies Authority, a move he hopes will be approved by the government within the next few weeks. Nissan received his doctorate from Hebrew University and also studied at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. He has served in numerous positions in the tax branch of the Finance Ministry and most recently was director-general of the Jerusalem Development Authority.

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