List of largest companies in Israel

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This article lists the largest companies in Israel in terms of their revenue, net profit, total assets and market capitalization according to the American business magazine Forbes.

2022 Forbes list[edit]

This list is based on the Forbes Global 2000, which ranks the world's 2,000 largest publicly traded companies. The Forbes list takes into account of many factors, including the revenue, net profit, total assets and market value of each company; each factor is given a weighted rank in terms of importance when considering the overall ranking. The table below also lists the headquarters location and industry sector of each company. The figures are in billions of US dollars and are for the year 2022. All 13 companies from Israel are listed.[1]

Rank ​ Global Rank ​ Rank Change ​ Name Headquarters Sales (billions USD) Profit (billions USD) Assets (billions USD) Value (billions USD) Industry
1 702 Increase (2) Bank Leumi Tel Aviv 5.82 1.87 210.92 15.87 Banking
2 785 Steady Bank Hapoalim Tel Aviv 5.64 1.52 205.24 12.88 Banking
3 1035 Increase (1) Mizrahi-Tefahot Bank Ramat Gan 4.34 0.98 126.03 9.75 Banking
4 1052 Decrease (3) Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Petah Tikva 15.85 0.42 47.67 10.63 Pharmaceuticals
5 1177 New ZIM Haifa 10.73 4.64 9.84 6.53 Shipping
6 1259 Increase (1) Israel Discount Bank Tel Aviv 3.86 0.85 107.66 7.54 Banking
7 1292 Decrease (1) Migdal Insurance Petah Tikva 11.35 0.41 65.16 2 Insurance
8 1347 New Phoenix Holdings Givatayim 8.7 0.6 45.23 3.3 Insurance
9 1593 Decrease (1) Harel Insurance Netanya 8.48 0.32 38.77 2.74 Insurance
10 1606 Decrease (5) Check Point Tel Aviv 2.17 0.81 5.94 17.59 Software
11 1630 Decrease (1) Clal Insurance Tel Aviv 7.96 0.32 39.91 1.73 Insurance
12 1877 Decrease (3) FIBI Holdings Tel Aviv 1.63 0.2 57.99 1.71 Banking
13 1899 New Azrieli Group Tel Aviv 0.7 0.89 13.61 10.92 Real Estate

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "The World's Largest Public Companies". Forbes. Retrieved 2019-07-25.