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Israel's Bank Leumi Q3 net profit
Bank Leumi USA To Merge With Valley National Bank
Israel's Bank Leumi Q2 financial results
Bank Leumi Le Israel BM (the Bank) is an Israel-based financial institution. It operates in Israel and abroad through subsidiaries comprised of banking and non-banking corporations. It operates through seven business segments: Households, providing banking services to households and individuals; Small Businesses, providing banking services to small businesses and local authorities; Corporate Banking, providing banking and financial services to large and international companies for their operations worldwide; Commercial Banking, providing banking and financial services to medium-sized companies and interested parties (Middle Market); Private Banking, providing financial services and solutions to local and global private customers with a large portfolio of financial assets; Financial Management and Capital Markets, providing proprietary activity and trading rooms and servicing institutional clients and foreign financial institutions, as well as Other.
24-32 Yehuda Halevy St, P.O.B. 2
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Hanan Shmuel Friedman
President, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Management Board
First Executive Vice President, Head of Finance and Accounting Division, Chief Accounting Officer, Member of the Management Board
First Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer, Head of the Risk Management Division, Member of the Management Board
First Executive Vice President, Head of Human Resources Division, Member of the Management Board
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Israel's Bank Leumi said on Wednesday it raised 3.2 billion shekels ($1 billion) from institutions in a tender to expand two series of CPI-linked senior bonds for periods of 3.5 and 6 years.
Bank Leumi, one of Israel's two largest lenders, said on Sunday it raised 2.3 billion shekels ($721 million) in a bond offering to institutional investors and the public.
Israel's Bank Leumi said on Thursday it agreed to merge its unit Leumi USA into Valley National Bancorp in a deal valuing Leumi USA at about $1.2 billion and creating the 29th-largest publicly traded U.S. bank.
Leumi, one of Israel's two largest banks, said on Wednesday that it is in contact with a U.S. banking group to potentially sell part or all of its Leumi USA operation.
First International Bank of Israel (FIBI) beat second-quarter expectations on Tuesday, reporting a 132% jump in profit on rising revenue and a reversal of COVID-19 loan loss provisions.
Mizrahi Tefahot, Israel's third-largest bank, reported a higher-than-expected 174% jump in second-quarter profit due to a reversal of provisions made in 2020 to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, and said it would distribute a special dividend.
Bank Hapoalim reported a higher-than-expected jump in quarterly net profit, helped by a continued reversal of provisions to protect against loan defaults during the pandemic.
Israel Discount Bank reported a higher-than-expected gain in quarterly profit as the country's economy continued to recover from the coronavirus crisis, allowing it to gradually unwind large loan default provisions made last year.
Israel's Bank Leumi reported on Thursday a huge jump in second-quarter net profit as it freed up more money that it had set aside to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bank Hapoalim is confident that its financial position will enable it to resume regular ordinary dividend payments once the regulator gives the green light, chief financial officer Ram Gev said on Tuesday.
Norway's largest pension fund KLP said on Monday it would no longer invest in 16 companies including Alstom and Motorola because of their links to Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank.
Leumi, Israel's largest bank, said on Wednesday it will earn 253 million shekels ($77.7 million) from its investment in mobile adtech firm ironSource.
Bank Leumi, Israel's largest lender, reported a steep jump in quarterly net profit and expects strong profitability for the rest of 2021 as the economy continues to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic.
David Brodet will step down as chairman of cash-strapped El Al Israel Airlines at the end of May after seven months in the job, he said on Sunday, having waited until the Israeli flag carrier received a government bailout package.
First Digital Bank, the first new bank in Israel since 1978, started operations on Sunday on a trial basis, and said it planned to open to the public later in 2021.
Bank Leumi, one of Israel's two largest lenders, reported a 20% rise in fourth-quarter net profit and said most customers had begun to repay loans deferred due to the pandemic.
Israeli banks might be allowed to resume limited dividend payments later this year after having overcome a wave of loan deferments during the coronavirus pandemic, the country's banking regulator said.
Israeli banks will likely be allowed to resume limited dividend payments later this year after having overcome a wave of loan deferments during the coronavirus pandemic, the country's banking regulator said.
Abu Dhabi state investor Mubadala plans to identify potential fund partners in Israel and find high-growth technology firms in which to co-invest, as the United Arab Emirates and Israel seek to boost commercial ties after normalising relations.
Israel's largest lender Bank Hapoalim <POLI.TA> reported a forecast-beating rise in quarterly profit on Thursday after making far lower than expected provisions to deal with the COVID-19 crisis.
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