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The real estate tycoon was the first to impose haircuts on bondholders, setting a bad precedent.
Yitzhak Tshuva's mannerisms aren't like those of his fellow tycoons. He never wears a watch, claiming that this forces him to remember his penniless childhood. He doesn't carry a wallet, and has only a 100-shekel bill on him at any given time. Tshuva inherited nothing from his family, and is careful not to hold any official title in the multiple companies he owns.