Bank Hapoalim

One of Israel's largest banks, partly owned by Arison family
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A man enters the main branch of Bank Hapoalim, Israel's biggest bank, in Tel Aviv, Israel July 18, 2

Hapoalim launches music festival for Wonder members

The festival will take place in Hangar 11 in Tel Aviv on December 29 and January 1, with members of the Poalim Wonder Club receiving the discounted price of NIS 79 instead of NIS 159.

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Bank Hapoalim launches ‘Wonder’ benefits program

Depending on the plan, customers will earn points based on how much they use their credit cards and how many online transactions they perform on the bank’s digital channels

Real estate market

Israeli home prices up 9.2% over past year

Economists are generally in agreement that housing prices will continue to rise in the coming years, due to high demand and the lack of supply in the housing market.


Users of the BIT money transfer app claim they were hacked and robbed thousands of shekels

“I opened the bank app and saw someone had already made two transactions worth NIS 3,600 each.”

Bank Hapoalim, Israel Export Institute to send delegation to UAE

The move follows the success of the first business delegation sent by the two early last year, following the signing of the Abraham Accords.

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Why long-term, loyal clients are your best ambassadors

Bank Hapoalim branch manager explain how to cope with the challenging situation— and even emerge from it stronger. 


Israel's Bank Hapoalim Q2 profit jumps after COVID-19 losses

Hapoalim, one of Israel's two largest lenders, said on Monday it earned 1.42 billion shekels ($442 million) in the April-June period.

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COVID-19: How 'Open Skies' impacted Israel's tourism industry

How to cope with the challenging situation amid COVID-19 and emerge from it even stronger.

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Hapoalim, Access Israel launch employment forum

The online conference “First Steps to Integration in Employment for People with Disabilities” will be held on Zoom on Monday, August 9 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

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