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Clal Insurance Enterprises Holdings Limited's subsidiary Clal Insurance Involved In ILS 42 Million Class Action Lawsuit
Clal Insurance Enterprises Holdings Limited To Have New Controlling Shareholder, JT Capital Management Limited
Clal Insurance Enterprises Holdings Limited's Subsidiary Is Involved In ILS 100,000,000 Legal Proceedings, Allegation Of Privacy Law Breach And Violation Of Consumer Protection Act
Clal Insurance Enterprises Holdings Ltd is an Israel-based financial services company that provides financial solutions, including insurance, pension funds, provident funds, mutual funds and investments. It owns a Lloyds syndicate in London, allowing it to offer insurance solutions to both Israeli companies operating abroad and to international companies. The Company's life insurance products include various personal and manager policies, key life-products such as annuities, endowment, paramagnet health insurance and a universal life insurance. Non-life insurance products include motor, commercial property, homeowners, travel insurance, employers' liability, third-party liability and other industrial risks. Clal Insurance Enterprises Holdings Ltd financial products include credit enhancement, financial guarantees, mortgage, car loans and purchaser sureties.
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36 Raul Walenberg St
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