Bank Hapoalim, Ra'anana
|Traded as||TASE: POLI|
|Industry||Banking, Financial services|
|Dov Kotler, CEO |
Oded Eran, Chairman of the Board
|Products||Credit cards, consumer banking, corporate banking, finance and insurance, investment banking, mortgage loans, private banking, private equity, savings, securities, asset management|
|Revenue||US$4.36 billion (2016)|
|US$684.6 Million (2016)|
|Total assets||US$116.43 billion (2016)|
|Owner||Shari Arison (20.2%)|
Number of employees
Bank Hapoalim (Hebrew: בנק הפועלים lit. The Workers' Bank) is one of Israel's largest banks.
The bank was owned by the Histadrut until 1983, when it was nationalized following the Bank Stock Crisis. The bank was held by the Israeli government until 1996 when it was sold to a group of investors led by Ted Arison.
The bank has a significant presence in global financial markets. In Israel, it has over 600 ATMs (automated teller machines), 250 bank branches, 7 regional business centers, 22 business branches and industry desks for major corporate customers. The bank's stock is traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
The bank operates several international subsidiaries: In the City of London and Poalim Asset Management (UK) Limited; in the United States (New York City, California, & Miami) and in Canada; BHI Private Banking, Switzerland Bank Hapoalim (Switzerland) Ltd., Zurich, Geneva, Luxembourg, South America, and the Cayman Islands.
Bank Hapoalim reached an agreement that cancels the labor dispute called by the Histadrut labour federation in December. The Jan 2020 deal, according to the regulatory filing by the bank in Tel Aviv, suggests to raise worker wages by an average of 3.7% from 2018 to 2022, bank employees will also get a one-time grant of 210 million shekels ($60.6 million), whereas the bank also place to reduce its workforce by over 900 jobs through an early retirement plan.
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