Psagot announces today a move to significantly strengthen the professional backbone of Psagot Securities, with Chairman Uzi Danino and CEO Yuan Kadosh intending to develop collaborations with leading entities abroad, while assimilating innovation and creativity in order to position Psagot Securities as a factor Dominant and significant in the Israeli capital market. Accordingly, Psagot Securities has recruited a number of key personnel with significant experience and experience in the capital market, with the aim of creating a strong and leading team.
The new appointments announced today to the company include Elior Salem, who has been appointed Deputy CEO of Psagot Securities, in his previous position he served as VP and partner at Mor Magna, a company that specializes in foreign securities services, and is a member of the Mor Investment House Group.
Micha Goldberg has been appointed VP of Strategy at Psagot Securities. In his previous role, he served as a senior analyst and director of research departments at Excellence Brokerage and Merrill Lynch. Oren Levy has been appointed VP of Sales at Psagot Securities, in his most recent position he served as Customer Sales Manager at IBI.
Zach Koren was appointed director of sales agents and family offices at Psagot Securities, in his previous position he served as director of the agents and family office at Billin Lapidot.
Yuan Kadosh, CEO of Psagot Securities, noted that “These appointments significantly strengthen Psagot Securities’ administrative backbone. The new team, along with the company’s senior executives, will allow us to accelerate our growth strategy. “We intend to develop Psagot’s activities in international markets, and enable Psagot’s private and institutional clients to receive a range of professional services in the areas of foreign securities, unique financial products and quality exposure to the various global markets.”
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