Regulator orders Israeli banks to improve services
Israel's Supervisor of Banks Yair Avidan has criticized the banks for long waits at call centers, difficulties in fixing face-to-face meetings in branches and the lack of availability in mortgage recycling.
Teva to lay off 200 in Israel
Teva has reached understandings at its Kfar Saba plant, in which 198 employees will be laid off, or will take early retirement by the end of 2021.
Few tellers left in Israel's banks
Despite the dominance of ATMs and digital services, Mizrahi Tefahot is bucking the trend and has kept personal teller services in all of its branches.
How are IPOs priced on Wall Street?
11 Israeli companies have held Wall Street IPOs this year. Oppenheimer Israel co-CEO Harel Gillon unravels the mysterious mechanisms behind the pricing of shares.