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Leumi and Israel

Leumi and Israel

Israel: Unique Economic Opportunities


Over the last two decades, Israel has become recognized for being innovative, particularly in telecommunications, information technology, electronics and life sciences. Its capacity for innovation, coupled with a highly-educated and skilled workforce, has transformed the country into a major global hi-tech center and one of the most advanced economies in the region. Today Israel is viewed by institutional, corporate and private investors alike as a country whose economy is resilient, globally-oriented and technologically advanced.


Leumi: Instrumental Mover in Israel's Economic Growth


Established in 1902, nearly 50 years before Israel's independence, Bank Leumi is the country's oldest and most established financial institution. Leumi was designated as Israel's Central Bank in the early years and was highly instrumental in Israel's economic development, financing most of the large national infrastructure and industry projects. 


Today, Leumi is recognized as the largest financial institution in Israel. Drawing on more than a century of proactive leadership in a fast-growing nation, the Leumi tradition of building winners continues to grow along with our country.


Leumi provides quality banking services to a wide variety of customers, backed by the highest standards and uncompromised professionalism. The Bank's five business lines cater to distinct market segments: Corporate Banking, Commercial Banking, International & Private Banking, Retail Banking and the Capital Markets Division.


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