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Israel’s open banking reform takes first step

A new bank opened last month in Israel – for the first time in over 40 years

A man enters the main branch of Bank Hapoalim, Israel's biggest bank, in Tel Aviv

Israel's banks: A guide to the changes in the system

Here are nine key explanations that can help you understand the changes in the Israeli banking system, and what drove these changes.

Shekels and dollars

Dollar to NIS 3.30 is 'the new normal' - Leumi

In contrast to recent years, the shekel-dollar rate is likely to hover around NIS 3.30 for the near future, according to Bank Leumi analysts.


Coronavirus a bigger influence on economy than fourth elections

International credit rating agencies want to see Israel form a stable government, but they won't rush to reduce the credit rating of the country leading the world in vaccinations, Hapoalim said.

Avi Balashnikov, chairman of the Gihon Corporation and Mabati

Bank Leumi to lead financing of the Kidron River Rehabilitation Project

Will lend the Gihon Water and Sewage Corporation and its subsidiary Mabati NIS 450 million in a syndication transaction, out of a total cost of NIS 830 million for the entire project

Israelis walk past a branch of Bank Leumi in Tel Aviv

Bank Leumi, UAE bank, negotiating partnership amid normalization

Shmulik Arbel, an executive at Bank Leumi, said the collaboration might influence other countries to follow suit on normalization.


Luigi Wewege comments on the Global investment outlook for 2020 / 2021

Caye International Bank honored with the Best Private Bank in Belize Award for 2020

Mexico-Israel-U.S. Data Transfers a Growing Taxation Priority, Causing Concern for Jewish Investors

Is the state of Israel a haven for undeclared capital? Well, perhaps it used to be.


A Guide To Lending For Those With A Bad Credit History

The need for borrowing a loan does surface for each one of us one in a while.

Bank Hapoalim

A financial partition plan

Danny Gigi, manager of the Pension Counseling and Retirement Planning Department at Bank Hapoalim, is distressed when employees who have reached benefit age fall into the ‘double taxation trap.'

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