Outgoing TASE chairman: I didn’t want to stay in a job where I'm at war
In an interview with TheMarker, Sam Bronfeld explains why he’s stepping down and warns of the dangers of over-regulation.
Sam Bronfeld, 71, announced last week that he was stepping down as chairman of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, just a week after TASE’s CEO Ester Levanon said
she also planned to leave. Bronfeld was quite explicit in blaming his decision on Shmuel Hauser, the chairman of the Israel Securities Authority, accusing Hauser of interfering excessively with TASE management.