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The First International Bank of Israel  
The First International Bank- FIBI was established in 1972 as an initiative of Pinchas Sapir, the Finance Minister at the time. His goal was to increase competition within the banking sector and to promote the flow of working capital to industry, an objective he had personally championed.

Bank of Israel  
The Bank of Israel Law, 5714-1954 was passed by the Knesset on August 24th, 1954, and became effective on December 1 of the same year. On that date the Bank of Israel was officially established. The Law replaced the Bank Notes Ordinance of 1948 and other legislation introduced by the Provisional Council of State, which had hitherto regulated the subjects which became the responsibility of the central bank.

Bank Leumi  
Today, as in the past, we stand ready to achieve our objectives, to support our customers in Israel and abroad, and to safeguard the special character of our Bank, which fosters the fulfillment of our customers' aspirations.

Bank of Jerusalem  
Bank of Jerusalem, Ltd. (est. 1963) is a public corporation traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. The Bank is controlled by Export Investment Corp., Ltd., a public company controlled by the Shoval family.In August 1998, Bank of Jerusalem received a commercial banking license from the Bank of Israel, replacing the financial-institution license that it had held until then.

Bank of Palestine Ltd.  
Our Mission BANK OF PALESTINE P.L.C. is a leading financial institution that strives to raise the standard of banking services and works towards maintaining technological advances in the banking sector. The bank participates in the development process according to international standards of best practice.

Euro-Trade Bank Ltd.  
Eurotrade Ltd., formerly Eurotrade Bank which was established in 1951, is an investment and finance firm engaged in originating and structuring investment opportunities for its principals and co-investors.

Giza Group Investment Banking  
GIZA VENTURE CAPITAL established in 1992, is a pioneer investor in seed and early-stage technology companies. Giza currently manages four funds totaling about $500 million.

Israel Discount Bank  
Israel Discount Bank is one of Israel's leading financial groups. With over 210 branches and offices in Israel and in 18 financial centers around the world, the Bank is well positioned to provide a full range of domestic and international financial products and services. As a major banking group, the Bank prides itself on its longstanding dedication to its customers and to the community.

Israel General Bank  
U-Bank has been operating in Israel discreetly and with great success for over 70 years. Founded in 1934, U-Bank was purchased by Baron Rothschild in 1965. For almost 25 years it was named "Bank Clali" ("Israel General Bank") and then changed its name to "Investec Bank". In 2004 the bank was purchased by the FIBI Group, and its name was changed once again to its current name – "U-Bank". This name was based on the concept of “personal banking” which became part of the bank's very core and essence, and differentiated it from other banks.


Mercantile Discount Bank Ltd.  
Mercantile Discount Bank is one of Israel's seven largest banks according to assets, and the sixth largest bank in terms of the number of branches. The bank has over 70 branches throughout Israel.

Mizrahi Bank  
Mizrahi Tefahot Bank offers professional Private Banking services specifically tailored to fit the needs of domestic clients as well as foreign residents from all over the world.

Bank Otsar Ha-Hayal  
Bank Otsar Ha-Hayal was established in November 1946 in the British Mandate of Palestine, as a financial institution that provided banking services for Jewish veterans of the British armed forces.