Board of Directors

Oded Eran

  • Chairman of the Board of Directors of the bank as of January 1, 2017.

  • Chairperson of the following board committees: the Credit Committee and the Corporate Governance and Stakeholders Committee.

  • Member of the following board committees: the Risk Management and Control Committee, the Information Technology and Technological Innovation Committee, and the Strategy and Business Development Committee.

  • Member of the Board of Directors of the bank as of February 18, 2016.

  • M.A. in Law, Tel Aviv University; M.A. in Literature, Tel Aviv University; B.A. in Law, Tel Aviv University; B.A. in Humanities, Open University.

  • Director and controlling shareholder of the companies: Oded Eran Law Office; Minortil Ltd.

  • Member of the Board of Governors of Tel Aviv University.

  • Chairperson of the executive board of Poalim for the Community (Registered Non-Profit Association).

  • Served as a special consultant to the law firm Goldfarb Seligman & Co. and as an external lecturer at the Department of Law, Tel Aviv University.

  • In the last five years or during part of that period, served as a director at the Whole Person Association for the Prevention of Discrimination Based on Weight in Israel, and as a member of the executive board of the Migdalor Association for the Promotion and Distribution of Contemporary Culture; however, he no longer serves in these positions.

  • The director has “accounting and financial expertise” for the purpose of compliance with the “minimum number” of directors with accounting and financial expertise established by the Board of Directors, as required by the Companies Law, 1999, and the subsequent regulations.

Moshe Koren

  • Chairperson of the following board committees: the Risk Management and Control Committee.

  • Member of the following board committees: the Credit Committee, the Audit Committee, and the Remuneration Committee.

  • The director is not an employee of the bank, or of a subsidiary, related company, or interested party of the bank.

  • Member of the Board of Directors of the bank as of August 3, 1992.

  • B.A. in Economics and Statistics, Hebrew University.

  • Graduate of Financial Statement Analysis courses.

  • Banking and financial consultant.

  • The director has “accounting and financial expertise” for the purpose of compliance with the “minimum number” of directors with accounting and financial expertise established by the Board of Directors, as required by the Companies Law, 1999, and the subsequent regulations.

Reuven Krupik

  • Chairperson of the Strategy and Business Development Committee.

  • Member of the following board committees: the Audit Committee, the Information Technology and Technological Innovation Committee, and the Corporate Governance and Stakeholders Committee.

  • Serves as an external director (as defined in Proper Conduct of Banking Business Directive 301 of the Bank of Israel; the qualification conditions for election are similar to the qualification conditions for the election of external directors as required by the Companies Law, 1999 (hereinafter: the “Companies Law”)), and has professional qualification (as defined in Section 240(A1) of the Companies Law).

  • The director is not an employee of the bank, or of a subsidiary, related company, or interested party of the bank.

  • Member of the Board of Directors of the bank as of February 18, 2016.

  • B.A. in Social Sciences (specialized in economics and political science), Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

  • LL.B., Tel Aviv University.

  • Graduate of business course at the Kellogg Recanati Center, Tel Aviv University.

  • Director of companies; business entrepreneur.

  • Director at Recanati Winery Ltd. and at NYK Technologies (family firm).

  • Member of the executive board of the Institute for Medical BioMathematics (Registered Non-Profit Association).

  • In the last five years or during part of that period, served as CEO of Clal Biotechnology Industries Ltd.; partner, chairperson of the board, and CEO of Arte Venture Group Ltd.; chairperson of the board of the following companies: Gamida Cell Ltd., Mediwound Ltd., D-Pharm Ltd., Biocancell Ltd., and Andromeda Biotech Ltd.; and as a member of the board of directors of the following companies: CureTech Ltd., Campus Bio Management Ltd., and NIK Ltd.; however, he no longer serves in these positions.

David Avner

  • Member of the Board of Directors of Bank Hapoalim as of September 4, 2019.

  • Member of the Remuneration Committee and the Audit Committee.

  • B.A. in Mathematics and Philosophy, Haifa University; M.B.A., Technion.

  • Chairperson of Cellomat Ltd., a start-up company in the field of mobile phones.

  • Consultant to the management and board of directors of Starcom, traded on AIM.

  • In the last five years, served as a director at Bank Leumi in 2011-2017, and as a member of the strategy, risk, credit, financial statements, and digital committees.

  • The director has accounting and financial expertise for the purpose of compliance with the minimum number of directors with accounting and financial expertise established by the Board of Directors, as required by the Companies Law, 1999, and the subsequent regulations.

Noam Hanegbi

  • As of October 6, 2019, serves as an independent director, pursuant to the definition in Proper Conduct of Banking Business Directive 301 of the Bank of Israel.

  • In the last five years, served as an independent IT and management consultant and as VP CIO of Maccabi Health Services.

  • In 2000-2012, served as senior VP at Discount Bank, in various positions, including head of the IT and operations division and head of the retail banking division.

  • Served on various boards of directors (as chairperson in some cases) in the area of banking (Mercantile Bank, Discount Mortgage Bank, Visa CAL, ABS, Masav, and more), and on boards of directors in the areas of technology, property, and fine-art photography.

  • B.A. in Economics and Computer Science, Bar Ilan University.

  • Served at the Center of Computing and Information Systems in the Technology and Telecommunications Division of the IDF.

Dalia Lev

  • Chairperson of the Remuneration Committee of the Board of Directors.

  • Member of the following board committees: the Credit Committee, the Audit Committee, the Strategy and Business Development Committee, and the Information Technology and Technological Innovation Committee.

  • Serves as an external director (as defined in Section 1 of the Companies Law, 1999), and has accounting and financial expertise and professional qualification (as defined in Section 240(A1) of the Companies Law).

  • The director is not an employee of the bank, or of a subsidiary, related company, or interested party of the bank.

  • Member of the Board of Directors of the Bank as of April 12, 2018.

  • CPA, Hebrew University.

  • LL.M., Bar Ilan University.

  • Advanced Management Program, Harvard Business School;

  • Certified mediator, Israel Bar Association.

  • Chairperson and CEO of Belgal Ltd. (wholly-owned company).

  • In the last five years or during part of that period, served as a director at the following companies: First International Bank of Israel Ltd., Strauss Group Ltd., Paz Oil Company Ltd.; however, she no longer serves in these positions.

  • The director has “accounting and financial expertise” for the purpose of compliance with the “minimum number” of directors with accounting and financial expertise established by the Board of Directors, as required by the Companies Law, 1999, and the subsequent regulations.

Ronit Abramson Rokach

  • Chairperson of the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors.

  • Member of the following board committees: the Remuneration Committee, the Risk Management and Control Committee, and the Corporate Governance and Stakeholders Committee.

  • Serves as an external director (as defined in Section 1 of the Companies Law, 1999), and has professional qualification (as defined in Section 240(A1) of the Companies Law).

  • The director is not an employee of the bank, or of a subsidiary, related company, or interested party of the bank.

  • Member of the Board of Directors of the bank as of February 5, 2018.

  • LL.B., Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

  • Legal advisor in the areas of companies, securities, and banking (Ronit Abramson Legal Services Ltd.).

  • Member of the Jerusalem Foundation (Registered Non-Profit Association), Shiluv Family and Couples Therapy Institute (Registered Non-Profit Association), Beit Berl College (Registered Non-Profit Association), and the Zippori Center for Training and Leadership Ltd. (Public Benefit Company).

  • In the last five years or during part of that period, served as a director at the following companies: Migdal Insurance Company Ltd., Migdal Insurance and Financial Holdings Ltd., Migdal Capital Markets Ltd., and Carmel Olefins Ltd. (external director); however, she no longer serves in these positions.

Richard Kaplan

  • Chairperson of the Information Technology and Technological Innovation Committee.

  • Member of the following board committees: the Strategy and Business Development Committee and the Corporate Governance and Stakeholders Committee.

  • Member of the Board of Directors of the bank as of July 1, 2018.

  • Mechanical engineer, Brown University.

  • Doctor of Law, Cornell University.

  • VP and Global Business Development Leader, Financial Services and Industry Platforms, IBM.

  • In the last five years or during part of that period, served as Country General Manager of IBM Israel, member of the board of directors of the Israel-America Chamber of Commerce, and chairperson of the board of trustees of Hadassah; however, he no longer serves in these positions.

  • The director has professional qualification (as defined in Section 240(A1) of the Companies Law).

David Zvilichovsky

  • Member of the Board of Directors of the bank as of September 25, 2019.

  • Member of the Risk Management and Control Committee, the Credit Committee, and the Strategy and Business Development Committee.

  • Ph.D. in Economics, Tel Aviv University.

  • M.Sc. in Computer Science, Tel Aviv University.

  • B.A. in Economics and Computer Science, Hebrew University.

  • Senior staff member at the School of Management, Tel Aviv University.

  • Researcher, lecturer, and consultant on innovation, financing, entrepreneurship, and economics.

  • Served for 25 years in various positions in the high-tech industry.

  • The director has “accounting and financial expertise” for the purpose of compliance with the “minimum number” of directors with accounting and financial expertise established by the Board of Directors, as required by the Companies Law, 1999, and the subsequent regulations.

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