10 tycoons owe Hapoalim a combined NIS 7 billion
Bank seeks to reduce exposure, now equal to 7% of loan book, by focusing on smaller businesses.
Yitzhak Tshuva has loans of between NIS 1.5 billion and NIS 2 billion, for which he is using Delek Group shares as collateral. Gil Agmon has debts of NIS 1 billion collateralized by his shares in Delek Automotive. Africa Israel's Lev Leviev has outstanding loans of NIS 1.3 billion, which are backed with shares and assets in Russia and Africa.