Union Bank of Israel

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The Union Bank of Israel, Ltd. (TASEUNON), more widely known by its Hebrew name, Bank Igud, pronounced Eegude, (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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