Union Bank of Israel

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Union Bank of Israel, Ltd.
Public
Industry Banking
Founded 1951; 66 years ago (1951)
Headquarters Tel Aviv, Israel
Increase 225 million (2015)
Total equity 40.8 billion (2014)
Number of employees
5,173
Website www.unionbank.co.il
Footnotes / references
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The Union Bank of Israel, Ltd. (Hebrew: בנק אגוד לישראל‎‎), (TASEUNON), more widely known by its Hebrew name, Bank Igud, pronounced Eegood, (בנק אגוד) is the sixth largest Israeli bank with thirty branches spread around the country. The bank complies with the ramifications of loans and interest in Judaism.[citation needed]

Zeev Abeles is the chairman of the board of directors.

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  2. ^ Katsovitch, Guy (20 March 2013). "First International Bank profit jumps 20% in 2012". Globes. Retrieved 26 March 2013. 

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