The TASE said its board will decide on forming a search committee to select a new CEO on Thursday.
Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
TASE is in the process of a demutualization plan, still to be approved by parliament, which aims for competitiveness, cooperation with foreign exchanges and ending Israel’s bank control on the exchange.
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