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Israel opens private bank in Asia

Rami Lador will take charge of the new Singapore-based branch of Bank Hapoalim, which will focus on private banking.
IsraelÆs leading lender Bank Hapoalim Group has opened its first branch in Singapore with the aim of capturing growing business opportunities in the region. The bank has appointed Rami Lador to oversee the new branch.

Lador will assume the titles of executive vice president, regional manager for Asia and Singapore branch manager.

The branch was opened through the bankÆs international private banking arm, Bank Hapoalim Switzerland, and makes Hapoalim the first Israeli bank to open a branch in the Lion City. It already has a representative office in Hong Kong.

According to a release, the Singapore branch will provide various global private banking services to Israeli investors, including the provision of investment advice about markets...
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