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Israel Discount Bank Q4 results
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Israel Discount Bank Ltd is an Israel-based company that is engaged in banking activities. It provides a full spectrum of corporate and retail financial products and services to its clients, both in Israel and in other financial centers around the world. Domestically, the Group is comprised of commercial banks and financial services companies active in credit cards, investment banking, portfolio management, trustee services and leasing. . Israel Discount Bank Ltd has four wholly owned subsidiaries: Discount Bancorp, Inc., Mercantile Discount Bank Ltd., Israel Credit Cards Ltd., Discount Capital Ltd..
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P.O.B. 456, 27-31 Yehuda Halevy St
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Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Accountant and Head of the Accounting Division
Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer and Head of Risk Management Division
Executive Vice President, Head of the Human Resources Division
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Israel Discount Bank reported on Tuesday a higher-than-expected jump in quarterly profit due to Israel's recovery from the coronavirus crisis and credit growth.
Israel Discount Bank reported a smaller-than-expected 40% drop in quarterly profit due to the impact of the coronavirus crisis and one-time items including an early retirement plan.
Israel Discount Bank <DSCT.TA> said on Tuesday it was expanding its early retirement programme by another 200 workers at a cost of 367 million shekels ($108 million).
Israel Discount Bank reported a 31% decline in quarterly profit due to a sharp increase in credit loss expenses aimed to protect itself from potential bad loans stemming from the coronavirus outbreak.
Israel Discount Bank said it has decided to suspend dividend payments in order to be able to provide more credit to households and businesses during the coronavirus crisis.
Israel Discount Bank said on Monday its net profit in the fourth quarter edged up 0.3% due to a rise in net interest income.
Israel Discount Bank reported on Wednesday a 3% fall in net profit in the third quarter, missing forecasts, but said it would double its dividend payout from the fourth quarter.
Israel Discount Bank reported a decline in quarterly net profit, weighed down by a drop in inflation, but said it would double its dividend payout.
* Israel Discount Bank said on Sunday it received pre-commitments of 1.67 billion shekels ($473 million) from institutional investors to buy subordinated debt as part of a potential bond offering.
Israel Discount Bank said on Wednesday its quarterly net profit jumped 29%, driven by higher non-interest income and growth in mortgage lending.
Israel Discount Bank said on Monday it had chosen Uri Levin, the head of its New York division, to be the bank's new chief executive.
Israel Discount Bank CEO Lilach Asher-Topilsky is stepping down to become a senior partner at FIMI Fund, the fund said on Wednesday.
Israel Discount Bank , the country's fourth-largest lender, said on Wednesday Chief Executive Lilach Asher-Topilsky would be resigning.
Israel Discount Bank said on Thursday its quarterly net profit jumped 27 percent, reporting a rise in net interest income that stemmed from growth in its credit portfolio.
Israel Discount Bank reported a 12.7 percent drop in quarterly net profit, weighed down by higher credit loss provisions and operating expenses.
* Israel Discount Bank said on Thursday it accepted pre-commitments from institutional investors worth 1.5 billion shekels ($398.5 million) in the first phase of an offering for two series of bonds.
Israel Discount Bank reported a higher-than-expected 40 percent rise in quarterly net profit, boosted by a jump in interest income and a drop in credit loss provisions.
Dexia Israel Bank said on Wednesday it has an accepted an offer to be acquired by Israel Discount Bank for 670 million shekels ($181 million) in cash.
Israel Discount Bank on Monday named Shaul Kobrinsky as its new chairman, effective Dec.3, when its current chairman, Joseph Bachar will step down.
Israel Discount Bank said on Wednesday it has offered to buy Dexia Israel Bank Ltd for 758.59 shekels ($211.51) a share, an amount Dexia's board said was acceptable.
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